Tag: psychology

You’re not in Kansas Anymore, Dr. Dorothy

It’s not a coincidence that “meaningless” is synonymous with “academic”. Since the collapse of the academic job market in the 1970’s, universities have been cranking out doctoral students across a wide range of fields. And as the graduate student population sells, the relevancy of academic research shrinks. Smaller […]

What, do I smell like a psychologist?

Ok, once and for all let’s get this straight. There are clinical psychologists who see patients, have couches, snort cocaine, and trace everything back to your mother. Then there are research psychologists. They have no patients, the only place they have a couch is in their living room, […]