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Melissa Kincaid
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I really, really like this article and I know I'll be thinking about it for some time to come. Well done, +Bleacher Report and +Ty Schalter.
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Cannot wait for football season... only a few days away now! #Clemson   #clemsontigers   #clemsonfootball  
Have you ever wondered what is at the end of a Clemson rainbow? 

Thanks to +Clemson_Tigers for this beautiful photo! 

#Clemson   #Rainbow   #Campus   #Football   #Photo  
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This makes me even more excited for #football  season!
ICYMI: The +Oakland Raiders and +Dallas Cowboys got into a massive brawl yesterday
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In addition to losing to a chicken at tic-tac-toe at the fair, soon you could lose to a turtle at Candy Crush... 
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I think I might start explaining what I do with some quotes from this article (that's how much it's awesome and made feel like I could relate and it said stuff I wanted to say, but couldn't quite tease out). #IOPsych   #iopsychology   #statistics   #HBR  Thanks +Harvard Business Review
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Even though I love #football more than I love myself, I might join this week 3 boycott... #NFL #rayrice  
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Love it. #neuroscience  
We humbly suggest using (@):-) to symbolize neuroscience hence forth.
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Love this #moneyball for #HR piece that goes beyond the "we should use data and science" theme that's been almost the whole story in most similar stories... #iopsychology #iopsych +Washington Post 
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Myths about the brain including the 10% ridiculosness. #neuroscience #badscience #science #psychology +The New York Times 
THREE MYTHS ABOUT THE BRAIN

"The mirror neuron claim has escaped the lab and is starting to find its way into popular culture. You might hear it said, for example, that watching a World Cup match is an intense experience because our mirror neurons allow us to experience the game as if we were on the field itself, simulating every kick and pass. But as with older myths, this speculation has lost its connection with the data..."

#science   #mirrorneuron   #neuroscience  
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