Everything You Look At Is What Your Looking For...
a: Geology ~
b: Studying Abnormal Psychology
What: "On the first day of Abnormal Psych, our professor told us that as the class progressed, we would all become convinced we had each and every psychological disorder listed. He assured us this was not the case, especially as some of those disorders were mutually exclusive. This did not prevent us from believing that we did, indeed, have every psychiatric disorder studied." "As I delve deeper into the realm of geology, I'm finding a corollary: I think every rock I encounter might be the type of rock I'm studying. Right now, very nearly everything looks like serpentine (even though it can't be, because serpentine's fairly rare).'"
Writer: Dana Hunter
Date: Apr 14 2013 2:57 PM
# 2721 Critique Analogy