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7 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Publishing My First Article

  • September 15, 2019
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Congratulations! Your first article has been accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. You made it! It may feel like all of the work is done and what is to follow is just a formality, but it is important to understand that there are a number of things that can go wrong between an article’s […]

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Things To Tell Your Very, Very Smart Kid

This Article was originally posted on my old website, samlpc.com There were a number of people who asked for a version of my article written for a younger audience. As I sat down to write one, one of my first thoughts was if my younger self thought -for a moment- that he was being offered the […]

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The Disagreement Matrix

This Article was originally posted on my old website, samlpc.com There are a limited number of options regarding who can be correct (please note that I am considering anything other than the right answer to be the wrong answer -à la high school midterm-). While there is a vast literature on the nature of logical fallacies (I happen to […]

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Understanding Very, Very Smart People

This Article was originally posted on my old website, samlpc.com, and has subsequently been republished with permission on Medium, and on a number of clinical and educational websites.  Being smart is really hard. There may be people with high IQs who have an easy time in life; relationships are simple, work and school are a […]

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