Psychology’s Bright Yellow House

I found out yesterday where the psychologists at Babes-Bolyai University have been hiding while I’ve been hanging out with the political scientists. I gave a lecture yesterday to some psychology Ph.D. students on null hypothesis significance testing, population, and effect size (thrilling, right?!).

They are near the botanical gardens, in a lovely, very yellow, old house.


building that houses Political Science

I must admit I’m jealous of their location and architecture, though I imagine that, like many beautiful old houses, the place is drafty, with creaky floors and odd spaces. As a reminder (for those of you who haven’t been reading this since October) here’s the modern architecture of my faculty.


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