Saying goodbye to Tübingen
After an almost 3 month visit to the Psychophysiology & Optical Imaging research group, it’s time for some thanks and goodbyes. I’ve received excellent help running the study from the tech staff. We’ve collected data of an even 20 dyads who went through two conditions/sessions, so the data will keep us all quite busy for the time to come. What makes this research group pretty great is that it resembles a small close-knit community where people share their resources and help and look after each other. Haven’t really experienced that before in any other group, it’s something to cherish. And even though it was exhausting at times, and a mountain of work, I’m happy to have climbed those steps up to the University building in those early mornings to bring home this project. Here are three postcards I saw at the department that sum up my time in Tübingen quite accurately.