It’s Valentine’s Day again, so it must be another anniversary for the Scientific Fundamentalist blog.

When I began blogging for Psychology Today on 14 February 2008, I was one of only four inaugural PT bloggers; it was then a very small operation.  Now, three years later, there are four Schwartzs and four Cohens among more than 1,100 PT bloggers (but still only one Kanazawa and only one Chamorro-Premuzic).  Unfortunately, all of my fellow inaugural PT bloggers – Peter D. Kramer, Dan Ariely, and Helen Fisher – have since stopped blogging for PT.  Nearly 200 posts and 7 million hits later, I’m the only one still standing.

I’ve never quit anything in my life.  I’m still in Boy Scouts.  I have 9,000 badges.  (And I steal jokes from Tina Fey.)

About the Author

Satoshi Kanazawa

Satoshi Kanazawa is an evolutionary psychologist at LSE and the coauthor (with the late Alan S. Miller) of Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters.

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