• My 200th GPS Post!

    Dear Readers,

    I was working on the blog today and happened to look up and see that the next post published would be my 200th. It’s been right at 25 months since I started writing Great Plains Skeptic, so that amounts to about a post a week (which I am pretty happy with). The next month or so will see a veritable glut of post goodness as student posts from my Psychopathology and Science vs. Pseudoscience courses will be going up from this semester, and then after that we will probably hit a bit of lull in posting for a couple months as I work very hard on my next book (details of which are very exciting and I’ll share them soon).

    If you have any suggestions, helpful critiques, things you’d like to see me cover more often, or the like, feel free to leave them in the comments below or send me a message. I’d love to hear from you.

    I truly appreciate the fact that, with everything else out there on the web, you have chosen to spend part of your time reading what I write. Hopefully this blog continues to deliver quality, science-based information that you are interested in reading for quite some time!

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    Article by: Caleb Lack

    Caleb Lack is the author of "Great Plains Skeptic" on SIN, as well as a clinical psychologist, professor, and researcher. His website contains many more exciting details, visit it at www.caleblack.com