I had a bit of difficulty trying to etch out a narrative portrait of myself.. because I wouldn�t want to put out too much information out there that I come off as boastful or a brag.. flipside too little or irrelevant information would only leave a incoherent picture and not my true self. Moreover, in a context like this, there is only so much you want to say and leave a good bit for later. So I hope to strike a happy middle ground. Let see..
I am compassionate (one attribute I treasure and look for in others), sincere and trustworthy. I have good sense of humor and like to be around humorous people. Act well thy part, there all the glory lies �I do my job on hand focus not so much on the outcome. I try to get through life.. one day at a time. I am an optimist.. that is best way to look at life. When life happens at my doorstep� I hope for lighter load� but pray for broader shoulders. I am religious, insofar that I am not required to be bogged down by rituals. I believe the existence of a supreme power, however firmly convinced that GOD my understanding doesn�t plan his day around my dilemmas and my life is so very consequence of my actions. I have been in the US for more than a decade. It has had its ups and downs. . as usual. Gradually I blended in well and this has given me a unique perspective in life.. a rich blend of two polar opposite cultures.
I was born and raised in India in a moderate Hindu family and we were three boys. My parents often longed for a girl child instead we showed up and they had no choice but to deal with us three. Growing up I was more into sports, however did well at school. I was schooled at Irish Catholic Institutions�most of my formative years. I realized quite early during my schooling that I had quite a niche for soft sciences and consequently pursued and received my Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Psychology. In addition, I showed promise in picking up different languages� both European and Indian �it was almost like osmosis. I pursued German rigorously for many years and acquired high proficiency. Later I tried my hand at French and did a reasonable job�though not as adept as German.
I travelled to the US to work towards getting a graduate degree in Psychology. Though my initial choice of study was Clinical psychology, I realized that my interests drew me more and more towards rudimentary aspects human cognition like memory, language and perception. I worked towards getting Masters in Human Experimental Psychology majoring in Human Cognition with minor in Social Psychology. As part of requirements toward graduate degree I have extensively took courses worked on projects that examined working memory, cognitive aging, gerontology, language acquisition, visuospatial cognition, implicit or rapid cognition, role models and inspiration, social and racial stereotyping etc. Most times I felt overwhelmed by the amount of work that was required of me.. and I just wanted to get through the day� but at the end of the day it was heartening and very self-fulfilling and would not trade it for anything else in the world.
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|Registration Reason:||I'm registering to find myself a partner|
|Looking for someone who wears a Hijab:||Prefer not to say|
|Halaal:||I always keep halaal|
|Education and Language|
|Education Level:||Masters degree|
|Subject Studied:||Cognitive Psychology/Human Factors|
|Job Title:||Hiring and Performance Analyst|
|Marry Within:||As soon as possible|
|Marital Status:||Never married|
|Would Like Children:||Yes|
|Height:||1.83 metres (6' 0")|