But not my degree: I still have another year's worth of electives that I'm going to channel into a human resources major.
My last psych course, which I'll be completing over the next two weeks, concerns the psychology of learning, particularly the history of the subject. I believe dual-type theory will contribute to that particular discipline by a great deal.
I also have a capstone course to complete, which I think will involve some sort of research project.
A master's program will be expensive, so I intend to pay for it out of pocket and complete it over 3-4 years, instead of 2.
Anyway, I think it's high time Albert Bandura learned about socionics. We'll see what his reaction is.
EDIT: Actually... I'm a little hesitant. Bandura is a big name... he's given a huge amount of credit. I'm not sure if it would be wise to set something like that in motion. He's not the only one... what about the other people in the psychology community? But maybe Bandura can tell me who to get into contact with, so that we can get people aware of dual-type theory.