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These are unbelievable! I have just read them out aloud to my husband and decided right now, I must have the best supervisor in town, I feel so very sorry for you but have to say, it has made me laugh. I need to print this off, to make me realize how priviledged I am ...
I think it is probably what has been drummed into me in the past, DO NOT SHARE etc. etc. If your whole dept. uses a single one, then I can't see why it is so bad after all. I am hoping my supervisor will offer me one as he knows I haven't got one any more, short of that, I will just ask him, by the end of the week. He is great, maybe he has just not thought about it. Or maybe after the 20th article I ask him to download for me, he may have a think about giving me one
Quite frankly, it is beaurocracy gone to seed.
Sixkitten, I have looked at the site and my student page but all they offered me was a platinium credit card and library onsite access. They said I couldn't get Athens due to regulations etc. I have sent an additional email as well, so will try again ...
I suffered from ill health for the last two years of my MSc and one of my modules was particularly affected and I got a lower mark. I chose not to say anything on my PhD application for the reason that golfpro said. I was a bit disappointed that one of my referees made reference to it but I still got in with one lower mark out of 4 and I think it shows more tenacity than giving excuses.
Just my experience...
KitKat or anyone else out there
Here are three of the papers I would really like very much, if anyone has them, would you pleeeease mind sending them onto me? I will send you a virtual cup of tea and biscuit
(PinkNeuron at Joyful dot me dot uk)
Thank you thank you thank you so much anyone that can help
Seeman, T. E., Lusignolo, T. M., Albert, M., & Berkman, L. (2001). Social relationships, social support, and patterns of cognitive aging in healthy, high-functioning older adults: MacArthur studies of successful aging. Health Psychology, 20, 243-255.
Salthouse, T. A., Berish, D. E., Miles, J. D. (2002). The role of cognitive stimulation on the relations between age and cognitive functioning. Psychology and Aging, 17, 548-557.
Newson, R. S., & Kemps, E. B. (2005). General lifestyle activities as a predictor of current cognition and cognitive change in older adults: A cross-sectional and longitudinal examination. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 60B, P113-P120.
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