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‘Affairs of the heart’+Modern view of poetry

Hello, Hola, Ciao, bonjour! Fiona is back into the world of blogging again. In my last post I looked at why we turn to poetry and Elizabethan Poetry, if you want to go read it check it out 👉  408 more words


The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories


What psychological factors drive the popularity of conspiracy theories, which explain important events as secret plots by powerful and malevolent groups? What are the psychological consequences of adopting these theories? 161 more words


New network member - Dr Jasmine Hornabrook

Dr Jasmine Hornabrook is an Institute of Musical Research Early Career Fellow and Associate lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London.

She completed her PhD in 2016, with a thesis entitled… 141 more words


Is it possible to define poetry? + Why I dislike Elizabethan poetry

Hi! Hello! Hola! Ciao, Fiona is back. This is my first journal entry. I have learnt so much in the last four weeks of term ( Woah! 387 more words


Choosing Math Tasks for ELLs

This is the first of my #ShareMathEdResearch summaries. This is a work in progress. I welcome comments and questions on the format. Is it helpful? Are there other things that would be helpful to know? 682 more words


Am I writing this for you or for me?

As an off shoot of an essay for my MA, I’ve been working on getting a journal article published. I’d like to share a little of my experience around this and relate it back to a little theory. 713 more words


The All-Cause Mortality and a Screening Tool to Determine High-Risk Patients among Prevalent Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Source: Journal of Diabetes Research

Follow this link to read an abstract

Date of publication: Jul 18

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: This study aims to determine the all-cause mortality and the associated risk factors for all-cause mortality among the prevalent type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients within five years’ period and to develop a screening tool to determine high-risk patients. 29 more words

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