The Shame of Stupidity

Once, I was told me that I liked to pretend to know things when I don’t and that I’ve always been, ever since I was kid. I don’t know where it came from but I felt the sting of those words. It wasn’t like a sucker punch or anything. I knew that already. I didn’t…

Nitty gritty psychology

Exams are around the corner and I (Yes, I) took some time to do a little bit of revision (Yes, revision). Amidst the mountain of theories and definitions, the deceptive descriptive and inferential statistics….I actually found a handful of interesting facts. It’s in the textbook (Life-span development 14th Edition by John Santrock), so it must…