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Spring 2017: Reading "A Circumplex Model of Affect," by James A. Russell.(Published 1980, in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 39, No. 6, 1161-1178).

Spring 2017-Spring 2018: Photographing pet cat

Summer 2018: Cartoonizing cat's facial expressions

July 15th-16th, 2018: Representatives of the American Statistical Association use poster to collect data from 140 school counselors', on personal emotions associated with memories of undergraduate- and graduate-level statistical education (Pictured: Karen-Leigh Beatty, OCLBASA chapter; Paul Buckley, Washington Statistical Society DC Metro Area). Brief picture of data gathered pictured below. 

 July 16th, 2018: Vendors at the American School Counselor Association conference (Pictured: Mr. Sarbjit Singh of the American Sikh Council says he feels "excited")

Summer 2018: Sending the chart to mental health and/or education professionals

Summer 2018: Japanese and English versions of chart used as part of youth kitten training camp offered by the Human-Animal Interaction Lab at Oregon State University and the Willamette Humane Society (Photo credit: Dr. Kristyn Vitale, Oregon State University, College of Agricultural Sciences)


Summer 2018: Prints of chart start sold by the Pasadena Humane Society, with 100% proceeds going toward support of the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. 

Summer 2018: Feedback from Louie, whose owner is an school adjustment counselor in Rockland, Massachucetts

Summer 2018: How You Feline? poster and language charts at the Health Education Outreach (HEO), an office which provides health and wellness education and resources to students at the Claremont Colleges (Pictured: Alex Washburn, HEO coordinator)

 September 30, 2018: Fuzzy Brained serves as in-kind gift sponsor for the 2018 Wiggle Waggle Walk at the Pasadena Rose Bowl. 

October 17, 2018: Poster version of chart used at the UCI Wellness & Health Promotion booth at the annual UCI ZOT Health Fair

October 18, 2018: Informal item analysis using emotions based on the works of Ekman & Friesen (1972) and Carroll Izard (1992), with undergraduate students in an introductory psychology class at Azusa Pacific University in Los Angeles County, CA

Fall 2018: Introduction of a scoring sheeting with Spanish and English versions of How You Feline? chart at Downtown Los Angeles location of SHARE: the Self-Help And Recovery Exchange - an organization that operates community self-help support groups and recovery programs for substance abuse, childhood abuse, addiction, anger management, self-esteem, and goal achievement.

October 2018: Identification of student feelings at the start of piano lessons (Tree of Life School, Hong Kong)