Rules for life
- Be nice to others.
- It's okay to say "no."
- Don't take what belongs to someone else.
- Be willing to share.
- It's okay to cry. It's better to solve the problem.
- Try a new thing each week.
|* The Psychology of Attitudes by Alice Eagley and Shelly Chaiken|
|* Descartes' Error by Antonio Damasio|
|* Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin|
|* Stigma by Erving Goffman|
|* The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt|
|* "General Concepts in Full Scale Simulation: Getting Started", Michael A. Seropian, MD, FRCPC; Anesthesia & Analgesia, 2003|
|* "Role-Playing vs. Role-Taking: An Appeal for Clarification", Walter Coutu, American Sociological Review, 1951|
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CSUN 2016 was fun. A lot of fun.
Mostly because of the people I got to hang out with for a week. Thinking about it, I can't really come up with anything I didn't like. Which is good.
What I took away from CSUN '16: