Over the course of this past semester, I began to have a disorienting feeling. It became particularly apparent this past spring break when I was catching up on schoolwork. I was doing reading for the Micro‑history class I was taking, while working on a presentation for my psychology research lab, when I noticed my brain would have trouble shiling between the two projects. My mind, clu:ered with information and ideas, knew no disciplinary boundaries. Instead of conceiving of the projects separately, I felt I was working on one, huge, research project.
"Reflecting on Disparities in Research Methods,"
Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review: Vol. 2
, Article 10.
Available at: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/murr/vol2/iss1/10