I am happy to say this is Interverbal’s (the blog’s) 6th
birthday. I am sad to say this will be the last post on Interverbal. When I
created Interverbal, I was an undergraduate just about to head out to grad
school. I did most of my best work on this blog during my first year or so as a
grad student. I was younger, feistier, and very much believed in doing science
advocacy in an aggressive manner. I spent most of my time working on
anti-quackery as it pertained to autism.
I have found that over time, my attitude has gentled. I
became more patient with mistakes and disagreements. My interest in constantly
debunking anti-quackery also waned.It
is clearly time to try something different. I am placing Interverbal into
retirement, but will leave it up as a resource, as I feel there is some good
work here. On the other hand I am pleased to announce my new blog. Which will focus on teaching children with autism.
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