[poll.pets]

Oct. 9th, 2015 11:05 pm
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[Poll #2024587]

Edit: I forgot rabbits, horses, and goats as options! Alas.
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It's funny that there's concepts that are _really_ difficult to explain, and yet - at least for me - clearly different.

While falling asleep last night, I found one difference that I think is consistently true (for me) between loving someone and being in love with them.

People I love, when I think of them, it's a warm, happy they exist kind of feeling.

People I'm in love with, in addition to this, is more of a... so much love it doesn't feel like it can be contained in me. It wants to spill out (often resulting in me telling someone I love them) and feels a bit like I imagine it felt when the Grinch's heart grew three sizes.

It's... bigger, I guess.

Poll time!

[Poll #1993483]
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I got curious. So you get a poll!

[Poll #1992443]
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[livejournal.com profile] ratatosk is crackers. (aka, go fill out, or at least read, this poll!)
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[livejournal.com profile] ratatosk is crackers. (aka, go fill out, or at least read, this poll!)
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I need 12, not 9. If anyone who did not volunteer in my poll about helping me do a study about jury decisions in courtrooms, who is over 18, and not a victim of a violent crime, and wants to help me out, that would be wonderful.

I _really_ don't want to re-use people who already helped in the first one, since I debriefed them, and this version is only slightly different.

I need 4 more; possibly 6 depending on how many people have replied to my ping about helping from my first poll. This time, I don't need to know about gender in this poll (but do in the actual survey).

[Poll #1281406]
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I need 12, not 9. If anyone who did not volunteer in my poll about helping me do a study about jury decisions in courtrooms, who is over 18, and not a victim of a violent crime, and wants to help me out, that would be wonderful.

I _really_ don't want to re-use people who already helped in the first one, since I debriefed them, and this version is only slightly different.

I need 4 more; possibly 6 depending on how many people have replied to my ping about helping from my first poll. This time, I don't need to know about gender in this poll (but do in the actual survey).

[Poll #1281406]
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Hey, all!

This semester, my class is a research class, including data collection and such. As such, I need 8 volunteers for a brief survey relating to jury decisions in a courtroom. We need people over 18 (I don't think anyone reading me is not over 18), and people who have not been victims of violent crime. Additionally, we're trying for gender balance.

I may or may not (I cannot recall) need more volunteers later in the semester, so even if I don't pick you (since this is a convenience sample anyway, I'm going to pick the first 4 men and first 4 women to reply), I may still need your help later. (I'm not entirely sure what I'm going to do with anyone whose gender is neuter, FWIW)

I will be sending the actual survey through email, so please give a valid email address (I will check that you really did mean to volunteer, and that it works, before sending the survey).

[Poll #1267372]

Help me do my homework! ;) Hopefully I've not done a horrible job of forgetting important stuff, and have also managed to not give too much information thus invalidating my data.
wispfox: (Default)
Hey, all!

This semester, my class is a research class, including data collection and such. As such, I need 8 volunteers for a brief survey relating to jury decisions in a courtroom. We need people over 18 (I don't think anyone reading me is not over 18), and people who have not been victims of violent crime. Additionally, we're trying for gender balance.

I may or may not (I cannot recall) need more volunteers later in the semester, so even if I don't pick you (since this is a convenience sample anyway, I'm going to pick the first 4 men and first 4 women to reply), I may still need your help later. (I'm not entirely sure what I'm going to do with anyone whose gender is neuter, FWIW)

I will be sending the actual survey through email, so please give a valid email address (I will check that you really did mean to volunteer, and that it works, before sending the survey).

[Poll #1267372]

Help me do my homework! ;) Hopefully I've not done a horrible job of forgetting important stuff, and have also managed to not give too much information thus invalidating my data.
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A poll regarding harassment of women, via [livejournal.com profile] asim. No words, I stole & rearranged his. :)
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A poll regarding harassment of women, via [livejournal.com profile] asim. No words, I stole & rearranged his. :)
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Also? Y'all have _really cool_ answers. (including those of you whose answers were in comments. Indeed, in some cases, especially those who did, as then I got more of a view into how you got there)

Just wanted to share my glee. :)

(also, it's neat watching the answers, because it gives interesting views into where people's brains go)
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Also? Y'all have _really cool_ answers. (including those of you whose answers were in comments. Indeed, in some cases, especially those who did, as then I got more of a view into how you got there)

Just wanted to share my glee. :)

(also, it's neat watching the answers, because it gives interesting views into where people's brains go)

Random

Apr. 9th, 2008 09:57 am
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The trees are insufficiently green. Naked trees make it difficult to believe in Springtime!

Must remember to bring bags with me on walks, so instead of being annoyed by trash on the ground, I can pick it up and thow it away later.

Odyssey of the Mind - _that's_ what I was part of in junior high! Neat stuff.

Because now I'm curious, I offer you the example my mom gave me of a fluid reasoning-based qeustion. (it does require not already having run into it before, mind)

[Poll #1168310]

Ok, back to work.

[edit: There is no 'right answer'. Indeed, I suspect that this is part of a hallmark of a test of fluid reasoning, that there is not one]

Random

Apr. 9th, 2008 09:57 am
wispfox: (happy gir)
The trees are insufficiently green. Naked trees make it difficult to believe in Springtime!

Must remember to bring bags with me on walks, so instead of being annoyed by trash on the ground, I can pick it up and thow it away later.

Odyssey of the Mind - _that's_ what I was part of in junior high! Neat stuff.

Because now I'm curious, I offer you the example my mom gave me of a fluid reasoning-based qeustion. (it does require not already having run into it before, mind)

[Poll #1168310]

Ok, back to work.

[edit: There is no 'right answer'. Indeed, I suspect that this is part of a hallmark of a test of fluid reasoning, that there is not one]
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[Poll #1122205]
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[Poll #1122205]

poll

Dec. 6th, 2007 01:31 pm
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Because now I'm curious. (yes, yes, I'm always curious. About _this_!)

[Poll #1101644]

Comments, as always, encouraged. Weirdos.

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