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Headlands Research quotes by Jimmy Breslin
#1. If you gather a lot of stuff, then you write it, write in scenes with dialogue. Somewhere in the middle, rising from all this research like strong metal towers, is your opinions. #Quote by Jimmy Breslin
Headlands Research quotes by Roman Payne
#2. Who's to say what a 'literary life' is? As long as you are writing often, and writing well, you don't need to be hanging-out in libraries all the time.
Nightclubs are great literary research centers. So is Ibiza! #Quote by Roman Payne
Headlands Research quotes by Clifford Geertz
#3. Learning to exist in a world quite different from that which formed you is the condition, these days, of pursuing research you can on balance believe in and write sentences you can more or less live with. #Quote by Clifford Geertz
Headlands Research quotes by John Grisham
#4. This is not science fiction. Around the world, 50,000 men with prostate cancer have been treated with focused ultrasound. Over 22,000 women with uterine fibroids (benign tumors of the uterus) have been treated, thus avoiding hysterectomies and infertility. Clinical trials for tumors of the brain, breast, pancreas and liver, as well as Parkinson's disease, arthritis, and hypertension are inching forward at over 225 research sites around the world. #Quote by John Grisham
Headlands Research quotes by Jennifer Weiner
#5. Cram your head with characters and stories. Abuse your library privileges. Never stop looking at the world, and never stop reading to find out what sense other people have made of it. If people give you a hard time and tell you to get your nose out of a book, tell them you're working. Tell them it's research. Tell them to pipe down and leave you alone. #Quote by Jennifer Weiner
Headlands Research quotes by David A. Adler
#6. I write about people I think are interesting, and then I discuss it with my editor, and she decides if she thinks it will be interesting to children as well. If I have no great interest in the subject, I find the work to be terribly boring. And if I find the person interesting, I love the research part and, by extension, the writing as well. #Quote by David A. Adler
Headlands Research quotes by Peter J. Feibelman
#7. No technical skill is worth more than knowing how to select exciting research projects. Regrettably, this vital ability is almost never taught. #Quote by Peter J. Feibelman
Headlands Research quotes by Jon Postel
#8. Then I started graduate school at UCLA. I got a part time research assistant job as a programmer on a project involving the use of one computer to measure the performance of another computer. #Quote by Jon Postel
Headlands Research quotes by Jim C. Hines
#9. There was magic, and there was magic. Thanks to Gutenberg, I could no longer pull wands, potions, and light sabers out of books, but when it came to research, give me a well-stocked library and I was a goddamned Merlin. #Quote by Jim C. Hines
Headlands Research quotes by Olaf Stapledon
#10. Conceive a world-society developed materially far beyond the wildest dreams of America. Unlimited power, derived partly from the artificial disintegration of atoms, partly from the actual annihilation of matter through the union of electrons and protons to form radiation, completely abolished the whole grotesque burden of drudgery which hitherto had seemed the inescapable price of civilization, nay of life itself. The vast economic routine of the world-community was carried on by the mere touching of appropriate buttons. Transport, mining, manufacture, and even agriculture were performed in this manner. And indeed in most cases the systematic co-ordination of these activities was itself the work of self-regulating machinery. Thus, not only was there no longer need for any human beings to spend their lives in unskilled monotonous labour, but further, much that earlier races would have regarded as highly skilled though stereotyped work, was now carried on by machinery. Only the pioneering of industry, the endless exhilarating research, invention, design and reorganization, which is incurred by an ever-changing society, still engaged the minds of men and women. And though this work was of course immense, it could not occupy the whole attention of a great world-community. Thus very much of the energy of the race was free to occupy itself with other no less difficult and exacting matters, or to seek recreation in its many admirable sports and arts. Materially every individual was #Quote by Olaf Stapledon
Headlands Research quotes by Donna Shalala
#11. I bring other constituencies - I also have ties to minority communities. And obviously, to the world of world-class research universities. So I can bring some constituencies that I'm used to working with. #Quote by Donna Shalala
Headlands Research quotes by Iain Banks
#12. Science fiction has its own history, its own legacy of what's been done, what's been superseded, what's so much part of the furniture it's practically part of the fabric now, what's become no more than a joke ... and so on. It's just plain foolish, as well as comically arrogant, to ignore all this, to fail to do the most basic research. #Quote by Iain Banks
Headlands Research quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#13. One emphasis of my research has been on the question of how people spend their time. Time is the ultimate finite resource, or course, so the question of how people spend it would seem to be important. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Headlands Research quotes by Paul Samuelson
#14. Two factors explain our success. One, MIT's renaissance after World War II as a federally supported research resource. Two, the mathematical revolution in macro- and micro-economic theory and statistics. This was overdue and inevitable, MIT was the logical place for it to flourish. #Quote by Paul Samuelson
Headlands Research quotes by Albert Einstein
#15. Scientific research can reduce superstition by encouraging people to think and view things in terms of cause and effect. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Headlands Research quotes by Franz Boas
#16. We all know scientists who in private life do not come up to the standard of truthfulness, but who, nevertheless, would not consciously falsify the results of their researches. #Quote by Franz Boas
Headlands Research quotes by Amar Bose
#17. One hundred percent of our earnings are reinvested in the company, and a great deal of that goes to research. #Quote by Amar Bose
Headlands Research quotes by Steven Kotler
#18. After three decades of research, Zimbardo found that the healthiest, happiest, highest performers blend the best of both worlds. The optimal time perspective combines the energy, joy, and openness of Presents, with the strength, fortitude, and long-term vision of the Futures. #Quote by Steven Kotler
Headlands Research quotes by Cordelia Fine
#19. In the statistical gargon used in psychology, p refers to the probability that the difference you see between two groups (of introverts and extroverts, say, or males and females) could have occurred by chance. As a general rule, psychologists report a difference between two groups as 'significant' if the probability that it could have occurred by chance is 1 in 20, or less. The possibility of getting significant results by chance is a problem in any area of research, but it's particularly acute for sex differences research. Supppose, for example, you're a neuroscientist interested in what parts of the brain are involved in mind reading. You get fifteen participants into a scanner and ask them to guess the emotion of people in photographs. Since you have both males and females in your group, you rin a quick check to ensure that the two groups' brains respond in the same way. They do. What do you do next? Most likely, you publish your results without mentioning gender at all in your report (except to note the number of male and female participants). What you don't do is publish your findings with the title "No Sex Differences in Neural Circuitry Involved in Understanding Others' Minds." This is perfectly reasonable. After all, you weren't looking for gender difference and there were only small numbers of each sex in your study. But remember that even if males and females, overall, respond the same way on a task, five percent of studies investigating this question will throw up #Quote by Cordelia Fine
Headlands Research quotes by Michael K. Simpson
#20. While American taxes pay for much of the research and development that goes into creating the new, life-saving drugs, American consumers continue to subsidize the cost of the drugs for consumers across the world. #Quote by Michael K. Simpson
Headlands Research quotes by Susan Faludi
#21. Social scientists could supply plenty of research to show that one member of the family, at least, is happier and more well adjusted when mum stays home and looks after the children. But that person is dada finding of limited use to backlash publicists. #Quote by Susan Faludi
Headlands Research quotes by Peter Pronovost
#22. Quality without science and research is absurd. You can't make inferences that something works when you have 60 percent missing data. #Quote by Peter Pronovost
Headlands Research quotes by Lemony Snicket
#23. With a library it is easier to hope for serendipity than to look for a precise answer. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Headlands Research quotes by Kenichi Fukui
#24. We think that it is the best scientists working in the frontier fields of science who are best able to judge what is good and what is bad - if any - in the application of their scientific research. #Quote by Kenichi Fukui
Headlands Research quotes by Bob Menendez
#25. At a time of record energy prices, when we are trying to break the very addiction the president talked about in his speech, it does not make any sense to cut funding for energy efficiency programs and research. #Quote by Bob Menendez
Headlands Research quotes by Michael Spence
#26. We tend to think that employment is employment, and we don't ask the question: is this rewarding employment? Research establishes pretty clearly that typical notions of happiness - that more is better - really don't correspond to the way people think and feel. #Quote by Michael Spence
Headlands Research quotes by James Meek
#27. I would say that fiction is something you write in spite of the research that you've done, not because the research you've done. #Quote by James Meek
Headlands Research quotes by Ioan Gruffudd
#28. It's interesting - an actor's research is different to just historian's research. I'm looking for things that I can actually physically use in the movie. #Quote by Ioan Gruffudd
Headlands Research quotes by Sam Harris
#29. Most of the research done on happiness suggests that people actually become less happy when they have children and do not begin to approach their prior level of happiness until their children leave home. #Quote by Sam Harris
Headlands Research quotes by Talal Abu-Ghazaleh
#30. With support from institutions like the United Nations as well as the donor community, governments can strengthen their national technological and scientific capacities by devising policies to link up to research networks, encourage technology transfer, and build indigenous capabilities through education and collaborative projects. #Quote by Talal Abu-Ghazaleh
Headlands Research quotes by Rutger Bregman
#31. Free money works. Already, research has correlated unconditional cash disbursements with reductions in crime, child mortality, malnutrition, teenage pregnancy, and truancy, and with improved school performance, economic growth, and gender equality.13 "The big reason poor people are poor is because they don't have enough money," notes economist Charles Kenny, "and it shouldn't come as a huge surprise that giving them money is a great way to reduce that problem. #Quote by Rutger Bregman
Headlands Research quotes by Zak Bagans
#32. Life is all about finding yourself through experiences, and about learning more and more about who you are and what you're capable of. If you're getting older and not succeeding in anything or doing anything to make a positive impact on people, then you're not living. You're just waiting for death. Get out there and make an impact on people, whether it's by helping them directly or by doing research to make their lives better or just by inspiring them. Do something good to be remembered for. This is more important than money. #Quote by Zak Bagans
Headlands Research quotes by Martin Gardner
#33. Debunking bad science should be constant obligation of the science community, even if it takes time away from serious research or seems to be a losing battle. One takes comfort from the fact there is no Gresham's laws in science. In the long run, good science drives out bad. #Quote by Martin Gardner
Headlands Research quotes by Hal Herzog
#34. The inconsistencies that haunt our relationships with animals also result from the quirks of human cognition. We like to think of ourselves as the rational species. But research in cognitive psychology and behavioral economics shows that our thinking and behavior are often completely illogical. In one study, for example, groups of people were independently asked how much they would give to prevent waterfowl from being killed in polluted oil ponds. On average, the subjects said they would pay $80 to save 2,000 birds, $78 to save 20,000 birds, and $88 to save 200,000 birds. Sometimes animals act more logically than people do; a recent study found that when picking a new home, the decisions of ant colonies were more rational than those of human house-hunters.
What is it about human psychology that makes it so difficult for us to think consistently about animals? The paradoxes that plague our interactions with other species are due to the fact that much of our thinking is a mire of instinct, learning, language, culture, intuition, and our reliance on mental shortcuts. #Quote by Hal Herzog
Headlands Research quotes by Laurie A. Helgoe
#35. What we share as introverts is the love of ideas and the desire to explore them with minimal interruption. We want and need input, but we'd rather get it through reading, research, and rich conversation than through unfiltered talk. #Quote by Laurie A. Helgoe
Headlands Research quotes by Zora Neale Hurston
#36. Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. #Quote by Zora Neale Hurston
Headlands Research quotes by Carmine Gallo
#37. New research into cognitive functioning - how the brain works - proves that bullet points are the least effective way to deliver important information. Neuroscientists are finding that what passes as a typical presentation is usually the worst way to engage your audience. #Quote by Carmine Gallo
Headlands Research quotes by Neil Postman
#38. Education Research: This is a process whereby serious educators discover knowledge that is well known to everybody, and has been for several centuries. Its principal characteristic is that no one pays any attention to it. #Quote by Neil Postman
Headlands Research quotes by E.J. Stevens
#39. My research methods were extremely advanced. I Googled vinegar. #Quote by E.J. Stevens
Headlands Research quotes by Kobo Abe
#40. The goal does not lie in the results of research, the very process of research is itself the goal. #Quote by Kobo Abe
Headlands Research quotes by Jim Gaffigan
#41. I have done extensive research and, almost universally, found that the people who view my blurbs and observations as "anti-family" are dicks. #Quote by Jim Gaffigan
Headlands Research quotes by Jean Piaget
#42. What is desired is that the teacher ceased being a lecturer, satisfied with transmitting ready-made solutions. His role should rather be that of a mentor stimulating initiative and research. #Quote by Jean Piaget

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