2012 Haiku


January

Honours year’s over

Time to celebrate with friends

And family.

February

Starting my PhD

Meeting the people who will share

A four year journey.

Blue Marathons

March 

Classes mean meeting

New “friends” beginning with W:

WAIS, WISC and WMS-IV.

Two weeks into a Clinical (P)retty (H)uge Deal

Hiding Behind Cushions and Writing Letters

Aliens, Race-walking and Psychological Testing

April

My graduation.

Smiles, sunshine and flying hats,

Four years ’til the next.

Reflections at the End of Term 1

Moving from the General to the Particular

A Day in the Life of… A Clinical PhD Student

May

Research presented

For the faculty and the

PhD cheer squad.

Fragments

A Stapler, a Stapler, My Kingdom for a Stapler!

June

A fledgling idea

A proposal meeting and…

My thesis takes flight.

Writer’s Block: Is it Because of Procrastination, Not Feeling Ready or Something Else?

A Crash Course in Evaluating Diagnostic Tools: Validity

July

Fractures and moon boots

Lifts, lifts and more lifts. Peg leg.

Please just go away!

Bootylicious… Pun Intended

Hitting the Wall

Coming Full Circle: It’s Raining Wizz Fizz

August

I run my study

And for undergrad students

I play the tutor.

I did it!

Through the Eyes of a Clinical PhD Student: Balancing Research and Practice

September

A life of its own

Evading paper, my research

Is caught in a Net.

Through the eyes of a Clinical PhD student: Embracing difference

Serendipity / se – ruhn – dip – i – ti /

October

It’s not quite Inklings,

But ASD research chats

Begin once a month.

November

One chapter’s over

But others are just beginning

Now I’m an RA.

Impostor syndrome

December

Time to celebrate

The year that’s been and the one

That’s just beginning.

Data Analysis: Discrimination Indices vs Chi-Squares and Principal Components vs Factor Analyses

The first year of my PhD in 2012 is full of good memories, here’s hoping the next is too.

Happy New Year!

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