Disastrous times unfolded. My project was already set and I was coming up to do the remaining bits of research which I hadn’t already done… this is when I noticed, I had taken the “identify a gap in the research” part too far… my project could not go ahead due to a lack of research […]
The previous post summarised the starting point of my independent research and ended having booked to take part in an EEG experiment with another researcher to get a feel. Later, I also received opportunity to shadow. Here are both my experiences as a participant and as an observer.
Ready to release to you, the long awaited dissertation posts. Here’s number 1.
It’s Christmas break! So I won’t be posting weekly Sunday updates on my weeks at university. But I’ll be back for semester 2! Starting at the end of January. See you then:)
So, it’s Sunday and it’s uni reflection time. This week, I had submitted my first piece of coursework for the year. It was on MDMA and it was an objective report to government officials giving them information on risks of recreational and benefits of potential use. I really enjoyed working on this report and hopefully, […]
Overview of my 7th week. Deadlines approaching, empirical project disasters and more…
It’s all part of the journey: university struggles and how stress can be a good motivator (for me)
Here’s an all-round update: Week 5 of my final year at university. Half way through first semester. Yikes.
Here’s an all-round update: Week 4 of my final year at university. I guess it’s taken me four weeks to settle in and be able to conjure up a reflection, without being feeling too overwhelmed.
I know winter is coming because I’m struggling to get out of bed more often. The sun doesn’t illuminate my room in the day, and the rain makes its appearance instead. Motivation to do uni work is a shambles right now, but I think that’s because the ball hasn’t dropped yet. Bring it on. It’ll […]