Thursday, August 30, 2007

Don't Trust Experts' Forecasts, Experts Suggest

Um....yeah. Sure.
Don't Trust Experts' Forecasts, Study Suggests

Science Daily — A study about predicting the outcome of actual conflicts found that the forecasts of experts who use their unaided judgment are little better than those of novices, according to a new study in a publication of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.
Thank you, INFORMS, for those words of wisdom.

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At September 02, 2007 6:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Neurocritic,
I am sorry that I do not know very much about your topic, but I wanted to let you know about myself. My motivation is not narcissistic, but altruistic. Thank you for your time and kindness my friend.

My name is Craig J. Phillips. I am a traumatic brain injury survivor and a master’s level rehabilitation counselor. I sustained an open skull fracture with right frontal lobe damage and remained in a coma for 3 weeks at the age of 10 in August of 1967. I underwent brain and skull surgery after waking from the coma. Follow-up cognitive and psychosocial testing revealed that I would not be able to succeed beyond high school. In 1967 Neurological Rehabilitation was not available to me, so I had to teach myself how to walk, talk, read, write and speak in complete sentences. I completed high school on time and went on to obtain both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. For an in depth view of my process please read my post,

Through out my lifetime I developed strategies to overcome many obstacles and in so doing I have achieved far beyond all reasonable expectations. On February 6, 2007 at the encouragement of a friend I created Second Chance to Live. Second Chance to Live, which is located at presents topics in such a way to encourage, motivate and empower the reader to live life on life’s terms. I believe our circumstances are not meant to keep us down, but to build us up. As a traumatic brain injury survivor, I speak from my experience, strength and hope. As a professional, I provide information to encourage, motivate and empower both disabled and non-disabled individuals to not give up on their process.

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Thank you for your time and kindness.

Have a simply phenomenal day!

Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA
Second Chance to Live

Our circumstances are not meant to keep us down, but to build us up!

At April 15, 2008 9:28 AM, Blogger Booker said...

Hello, I am also a TBI survivor who has since gotten my BS and MS (in Rehabilitation Counseling, no less).

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