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Topic - James W. Pennebaker
"It seems very comprehensive and well done," Mr. Pennebaker says. "There are two types of data, imperfect data and no data. If you're going to wait around for perfect data, you are going to wait around forever."
"Those numbers are quite staggering," says James W. Pennebaker, author of "The Secret Life of Pronouns" and chairman of the psychology department at the University of Texas in Austin. "Pronouns are a sign of people paying attention, and as women become more present in the workforce, in the media and life in general, people are referring to them more."