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Don Munro (munro@psychology.newcastle.edu.au)
Tue, 25 Oct 1994 14:37:53 +1000

>A few days ago, one colleague wrote:
>> I'm an independent researcher in the psychological disciplines.
>> My main research interest is a Grand Unified Theory of psychology;
>> fitting the vast number of known psychological facts into the
>> structure of a single conceptual network, rather than the dozens of
>> independent theories presently needed to explain them all.
>Then another replied:
>> I am also working on developing such a theory dealing with personality
>> issues rather than all of psychology.
>Tonight, a third wrote:
>> Further to the above, I have similar aims, mainly in relation to motivation
>> theroy, but personality would be seen as on the fringe of that anyway.
>I can't resist!
>What we _really_ need is a Grand Unified Theory of r(G)s.
>Devi Jankowicz

Reply from No. 3 above: I'll start working on it straight away if you tell
me what an r(G) is!

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