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Paul Minda
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Professor of Psychology at The University of Western Ontario. I write about cognitive psychology, thinking, science, and higher ed.
Professor of Psychology at The University of Western Ontario. I write about cognitive psychology, thinking, science, and higher ed.

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Lake ice at Port Stanley Beach, Ontario. It might looks cold, but it was very warm this weekend and there is much less ice that normal. 
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Susan Fowler's account of what it's like for women working at Uber should be read by everyone. It's as good an example of "gaslighting" as you're going to find. And there are, I imagine, many other companies with a similar culture.

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Have really been enjoying +GoGoPenguinVEVO after a recommendation and now poring through their catalog on GooglePlay Music. I love the piano trio format the most in Jazz

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This is a blog post of mine from a few years ago. If anything, the problem seems to have gotten worse and it exists for writers outside of academia too. Scientists and academics, though, have this peculiar problem in which we need to publish in peer-review journals, but no one outside the field reads them but if we write popular outlets (blogs, books, etc) it does not "count" professionally.

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The article is a few years old, but I just came across it today. Very cool story behind this photo

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I used to be very much sunny side up, but these days I'm all about over easy.
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Pulled chicken, black beans, radish and slaw. Not a bad taco. I like to assemble them on the griddle so the tortillas crisp just a bit. #tacos 
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A roasted vegetable salad. Zucchini, carrots, and Brussels sprouts tossed in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Great on its own, as a side, or in a taco.
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This is my kind of thing...I love the way the trio builds momentum through the piece. A recent discovery on Google Play music. 

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A new blog post in which I think about some new strategies for breaking out of some routines in my research and also reinforcing other routines...some ideas for scientific inspiration.
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