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September 21, 2011

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Paul g. Mattiuzzi, ph.d.

Robin:

Thanks for the endorsement of my article.

The parachute research was hilarious! It is a definite must read.

The latest dust up in the EBT movement elicited some comment about some of us being too old to learn new tricks.

I assume you feel honored, as I do, to be included among that group.

It is always going to be the case that some people want solutions while others want to understand and be understood.

I don't think this EBT thing is necessarily bad, and I don't think it is going to displace the psychodynamic tradition.

paul g. mattiuzzi, ph.d.

Mary Bryan

OMG, Robin! I was mildly amused up to "It is often said that doctors are interfering monsters obsessed with disease and power, who will not be satisfied until they control every aspect of our lives (Journal of Social Science, pick a volume)," when I completely lost it. Thank you for this gem!

Robin Shapiro

Paul, glad you liked it!

Lothlorien

Oh, that was hilarious!!!!! I am an MSW student in Social Work, so I am constantly up to my neck in research. This is awesome! I just rolled when I read,"The relevance to parachute use is that individuals jumping from aircraft without the help of a parachute are likely to have a high prevalence of pre-existing psychiatric morbidity. Individuals who use parachutes are likely to have less psychiatric morbidity and may also differ in key demographic factors, such as income and cigarette use.." LOL!!!! Thanks for sharing, and I agree wholeheartedly with the rest of your post.

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