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  1. People who are chosen to come will have the costs of travel and lodging covered, so you don't need to worry about that. And the MRI is loud enough that earplugs and such are mandatory for safety reasons. I also got a nice copy of my MRI that I plan on 3D printing later
  2. The event was 3 days long: 2 for travel, and 1 day for scans and interview. I flew in in the evening, and caught a university paid Uber to the hotel. It was in the afternoon at this point. The flight from SLC to SFO isn’t a particularly long one, so I wasn’t horribly tired and didn’t feel like crashing for much. I relaxed a bit, and decided to meet up with another mancer in the area, and get a bite to eat. After a lovely talk with them, I headed back to the hotel to try and get some decent rest for the far more busy day tomorrow. I had previously told the crew that I was more of an e
  3. I'll probably update people as it comes up, but I tend to stick to discord just because I'm lazy. Also, it will be published eventually, but I couldn't say when and where at this point.
  4. I do have notifications for this thread too. So, we have a list of probable research subjects, as well as the experiments designed. It took several months for the Ethics Board to approve everything. Right now, everything is in the scheduling process.
  5. An update for people here. There were 130+ total applicants. The Stanford research team have it slimmed down to 25 potential applicants as last I heard. They have the contact info of those people, and should there not be an email address or other easy contact method, I'll likely still be playing liaison. They'll be reaching out soon to the people they're interested in, and at this point it's out of my hands.
  6. I would not expect an email if you're not selected, but as it currently stands I don't know how many total people they're looking for.
  7. The form is now closed, I'm passing the contact info forward to the study team at Stanford.
  8. I'm sure he has enough data for his conclusions from his previous papers on the community; he's the one making this call, not I.
  9. As of now, the switch question is because Dr. V has expressed interest in getting at least a few, but it's not a hard requirement. He also assumes that people who can switch can possess/front/whatever as well. I'll likely be closing the form in a couple days, since we're already over 120 submissions.
  10. With how fast things are moving, we're just planning counting current answers as permanent.
  11. Hey guys, most of you probably don't recognize me around here, since I tend to stick to reddit and their discord. I have some exciting news for people. Dr. Samuel Veissiere has finally gotten the go ahead for a neuroimaging study of tulpas! This is more than 4 years in the making, happening this summer at Stanford University. He's having me act as a liaison to try and find as many people who fit the research subject requirements throughout the tulpa community. If you're interested in participating, please fill out the form below, and if you know people who might be interested too, pass it to
  12. I think it should only be there for those that are actively chatting, and you should try to keep it as short as possible. I have no reason to use Kronkleberry[Alyson]{Lillian} if I'm the only one chatting. Kronkleberry[Alyson] is still pretty damn long, so I often shorten to Kronkle[Alyson]. I wouldn't have any trouble taking it farther, Kronk[Aly] to make it even shorter if we're both still talking. I hate it how people join with an already long nick, ImSoFuckingSpecial, and have to add one or two tuppers who *must* have their full names too. The T/ notation is great for those who have man
  13. Go for it. I just got tired of working on the data for so long. Sorry that my included graphs were too hard to copy for you.
  14. Well, it’s been over a month of waiting. Time has been harsh, but I’m proud to announce that the census data is ready. Three hundred and sixty two people responded, from several different communities, answering over three hundred questions, producing twenty nine thousand points of data. Without further ado, here it is: http://tiny.cc/TulpaCensusData . I’ve actually had to host the file as the spreadsheet is far too wide to be hosted on Google Docs. Some notes about it: First of all, the data is only as accurate as the people providing it. Generalities can be made, but the quality of data (
  15. Tulpa Census: Half-way update! We are now halfway through the polling period for the Tulpa census! I'd like to remind those who've not taken it yet to sit do and fill it out. It's not that long, and quite a bit of it is multiple choice. We've gotten, at time of me writing this, 245 responses. So far that's really good, but considering that some of the communities boast over two thousand members, that's still just a tenth of everyone. So the census is still open for another week. I will be closing it Monday, the 27th of May (probably right after I roll out of bed). I'll do one last remind
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