The University of Grytviken is championing its forensic psychology programme and is pleased to announce that a significant percentage of Grytviken’s permanent residents are so enamoured by the course that they have enrolled. Who would believe that Grytviken, being the capital of South Georgia – part of the British Overseas Territory of South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands – could become a world-leading research centre for human behavioural analysis?
Then again, as the university’s departmental head, Prof. April Phool, points out, “It’s only by studying the latest research into profiling that we can address the threats of the future.” The university is not able to make the trip to the University of Northampton (which is itself launching a forensic psychology degree course this year) to present its findings at the Behavioural Analysis 2022 conference but it would encourage others to do so. They point out that the presentation entitled, ‘Common fallacies relating to behavioural analysis’, given by An Gaiser, should be of particular interest. Myth-busting is certainly one of the conference’s core objectives.
Furthermore, if you are supportive of the idea that Behavioural Analysis 2023 should take place in Grytviken, please email the event organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org to explain why, whether you would agree to present yourself and suggest how best to transport the delegates to South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands next July.
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Friday 1 April 2022