I feel you! Me personally, when I'm lacking motivation I start with things that are the least daunting. A topic I know fairly well so I can start building confidence in myself.
Andrea Ranieri Cognitive Psychologist, Ph.D.
I am a Cognitive Psychologist with experience in experimental design and analysis. My primary research focus is human judgment and decision making, including topics like choice architecture, framing, risk taking, and experiential learning.
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Here's a few things I have found useful:
- Create "concept maps." Start with a concept, say Serotonin, and start listing other concepts that are related to Serotonin and how they are related.
- Don't mistake familiarity with knowledge of a subject.... (More)
One of my friends got a job as a UX or User experience researcher, and I know someone who got a job with the state to help find funding and develop new policies for low SES families.
Oh goodness - where to start. I would say my dissertation proposal was the toughest thing I had to do. It was months of having my research ideas rejected over and over. It got to the point where I was... (More)
I don't think it's going to go away, and I would bet that in the future most session will be conducted virtually.
For me it's shoes - now that I work from home I really have no reason to buy shoes.