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  1. I am super torn between two programs! I want to go into medical SLP and Chicago is my dream city so Rush has been my #1 choice and dream school, but is much more expensive. BGSU is less expensive and still a good all around school. I don't know much about Bowling Green and it seems much less "fun" of a place to be. If anyone has any input I would love the help!
  2. I'm in the very early stages of applying for PhD programs, and am having difficulty finding programs and professors that align with my interest (which I have yet to solidify). I'm interested in exploring the literacy development of students with learning disabilities in inclusive co-taught learning environments. I initially tried to narrow down the schools to those that only have programs in special education, but I don't want to limit myself to that. Any recommendations on how I can be more productive in my search to find professors and programs that align with my research interest? Is my research interest not specific enough? I feel like I'm dedicating so much time on this, but not getting anywhere with my search. I read up on a bunch of professors, and just get overwhelmed in the end. Any advice would help!
  3. Hi everyone, I am trying to finish an online study (http://www.cimr.ca/scales/) regarding an individual's experience of pleasure for my PhD. I am developing a new scale. I started this study in 2009 and have posted on various "online laboratories", but need another 70 participants! Does anyone have any ideas of where I can post? I was told facebook isn't ideal. I am looking for a general community sample, so pretty much "all comers". This isn't my main study--just a cross-validation of factor structure study, so it is ok if there is some bias in the sample. Thank you so much and I really appreciate your help!
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