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My name is Cortney, and welcome to the Tired Psychology Webpage! For those who’ve decided:
• Sleep is not for me
• Coffee is my preferred reinforcer
• Everyone has the potential to be a science experiment
• And you’re still trying to climb Maslow’s hierarchy of needs,
Welcome, fellow Psychology majors and enthusiasts!
I am currently working as a Behavioral Interventionist and a Clinical Assistant while obtaining my master’s in clinical psychology. I have a passion for neuroscience, the behavioral aspect of psychology, and research. I recently created this blog/webpage to occupy what little sanity I had left to organize my thoughts and hold my goals accountable. With that said, I hope to launch future research shorty and begin publishing the results here.
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