The Wisconsin Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness will be holding its annual conference right here in Green Bay this year. The conference, held on April 30th and May 1st, will feature well-known speakers on topics related to mental health advocacy, crisis management, and a variety of other mental health related topics. For more information on conference registration, contact Dr. Martin at email@example.com
Here’s one more clue to help you guess the newest Pink Flamingo Editor’s identity: this person wears a lot of black. On any given day, there is a large probability that this person will be wearing at least something that is black. In fact, there is probably a statistically significant correlation (p<.05) between this person and wearing black. If that didn’t make it immediately obvious to you, you’ll have to do a bit of reconnaissance–perhaps calculating a chi-square of your psychology and human development professors and their outfit colors?
We’d like to congratulate all of the Psychology and Human Development students who recently presented their work at the Academic Excellence Symposium. Here is a list of their names and project titles:
- Andrew Johnson: “Insights on Psychiatric Rehabilitation”
- Kristie Kaczmarek: “Perceived Infidelity: Does Body Image Accentuate Women’s Jealousy?”
- Amanda Luedtke: “Counseling Center Websites as Potential Suicide Prevention Tools”
- Kristin Nick: “Midlife and Older Adults’ Perceptions of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Symptoms”
- Joshua VandenBusch and Kelly Schroeder: “Transforming College Students through Design: A Review of the Literature”
With final projects looming, concern about upcoming registration, and the knowledge that exams are about one month away, this is the time of year when students tell us they might not be getting enough sleep. We asked our resident not-enough-sleep expert and new Dad, Dr. Martin, for some signs that you might not be getting enough sleep.
10. You’re not even trying to be discrete as you fall asleep in class.
9. You ore more prome to typos wehn writting than usuall.
8. I had a good one for number 8 but I can’t remember what it was…
7. Oh yeah, I remember, memory problems.
6. You’re learning to enjoy the company of those in your sleep-deprivation-induced hallucinations.
5. Those late night infomercial products are really starting to look good. Have you seen the H2O Mop? That frickin’ thing will clean up anything!!!
4. You tried to enroll yourself in a study on the effectiveness of Madafinil, the military’s new “wakefulness promoting agent.”
3. The coffee vender knows more about you than your parents.
2. Your professors’ jokes, including this Top Ten List, actually seem funny.