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Brian Kurilla
Works at Wingate University
Attended Binghamton University
Lives in Charlotte, NC
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Clearly, I'm new to this whole video creation thing. So just ignore the short bit at the beginning of this about editing. I was experimenting and thought that I edited that out. Guess not. 
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Hubris is the pollutant. If one notices its presence in almost every person that studies and writes psychology, the field can't help but acquire this reputation. If psych was a field I was in and if I felt the need to protect it as a science, it wouldn't be it's detractors that I would complain about – but the people within psych who's performance is so far away from scientific. In a field so easily polluted by hubris, I would advocate for a higher standard of behavior. Purge the self absorbed. Filter out those who chose psych as a path towards self-healing. Dump the dishonest. Clean up your own act from within. Psych is a field with built in noise. T legitimize as a science will require a concerted effort to filter the noise that is inherent when the studied are the study-ers.
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Sorry for my recent inactivity. That's what happens when you pick up and move half way across the country. Internet gets hooked up on Tuesday so hoping to be back soon!
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useful, should you ever at a moments notice have a pressing need to know.
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I miss teaching S&P though there opportunities to teach classes at my company. Hmmm...
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considering scrapping powerpoint for all my class lectures and returning to markers and whiteboard. I'm curious if anyone out there in academia has had any success in getting away from powerpoint.
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thanks for the comments! I had heard of Prezi but had never bothered to check it out until now. I may give it a try and give my lectures a much needed make over.
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Terrific illusion. Stare at the cross in the middle of the screen.

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Assistant Professor of Psychology
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  • Wingate University
    Assistant Professor, 2012 - present
  • Binghamton University
    Teaching Assistant, 2005 - 2010
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Post-doctoral Fellow, 2010 - 2012
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Psychology Professor, Scientist, Musician, Trekkie, & New Dad
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I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology with a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology. My research is focused on understanding human memory, decision-making, and consciousness.



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  • Binghamton University
    Cognitive Psychology, 2005 - 2010
  • Marywood University
    Psychology, 2001 - 2005
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