Acknowledgment

December 13th, 2010 by Editor B

A package arrived at the office Friday containing the latest edition of a psych textbook, hot off the presses.

Psychology Applied to Modern Life

It’s Psychology Applied to Modern Life by Wayne Weiten, Dana S. Dunn and Elizabeth Yost Hammer. That’s right, my boss is one of the co-authors. We (meaning her staff) knew a little something about this book, because we were with her through every step of the writing process. No drama, however small, was left unexplored. We shared her pain at every excruciating deadline. But it’s all good, because look at the acknowledgments.

Acknowledgment

Famous at last. OK, there are too many “finallys,” but still it is always nice to be acknowledged, and even nicer in hardcover. When Olivia saw this she was so happy she showed it to everyone on our floor.

Note that I am listed as “challenging.”

2 Responses to “Acknowledgment”

  1. chrissieroux Says:

    I think she was commenting on your behavior, not your character; it’s an important distinction! :)

  2. David Says:

    I was going to say, “challenging” is just psych-speak for “asshole.” But at least she’s thankful.

    I joke because I love.

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