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March 28, 2012

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'A quiet revolution' .. probably makes you an I
Nice logical flow to your writing ... probably a T

Hmm ... my guess ISTJ (lol)

Seriously though, I enjoyed your article.

Will :)

Karin,
What an interesting and wonderful story! Thanks for sharing. I can relate to the “upper 30’s women… married… employed” and pursuing online education. Without an online option I would not be able to study I-O at all right now. I have decided, however, not to pursue a PhD online for a myriad of reasons. If/when I’m ready for that I want the campus full-immersion experience (even if people seeing me on campus initially assume that I must be a student’s mother visiting ;) I feel comfortable earning an MA online, buy I feel that too much would be lost with an online-earned PhD in I-O.
Also, I really love your writing style. I look forward to reading future posts.
Carrie

I am looking forward to reading more as an I/O psychologist (American expat) working and living in Cairo, Egypt.

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