“Most of the knowledge and much of the genius of the research worker lie behind their selection of what is worth observing. It is a crucial choice, often determining the success or failure of months of work, often differentiating the brilliant discoverer from the … plodder”. Alan Gregg, former director of Medical Sciences for the Rockefeller Foundation

I am currently in the mids of 2 systematic reviews, collecting and summarizing what’s out there in the area of my research, and quite honestly I can admit that I couldn’t be further from brilliance! I am beginning to realize that when it comes to critical thinking you either have it or not, and it is not something one acquires with experience…


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