How I study Korean: 1 notebook for grammar 1 notebook for phrases at least 3 korean dictionaries on my phone 3 phone games, all in Korean 1 phone app that shows animated korean nursery rhymes(?) All of these and I'm still at a beginner level? I guess I need to spend more time with it then. And, really. A basic, Children book would help me. I remember how those kinds of books made me be able to understand basic English at the age of four (That's based from what my mom told me )
Today, I participated in a really stupid study. I was given a fake £100,000 and it was invested in fake companies. Then I was told how much money I gained or lost compared to what could have happened if I invested differently. They tried to measure my emotional response and feeling of regret... But it was all fake... So I felt no emotion or regret... And it was controlled by the computer so I didn't care... In a second condition, people controlled where money was invested but I still don't see how they would care about fake money... Maybe they'd show a little regret but that's all... I hope my future studies are better than this!