Okay, well this brings us to the end of our eight week course. It's been quite an experience for me. I've learned a phenomenal amount in the, in the course. I hope you have as well. And what I want to do in this last little module here is just acknowledge the many, many people. That have helped out in putting together this course. When I think about a course and whether or not a course is successful to my own way of thinking, you know, one way you can think about a course is, well, have I learned new information? And hopefully, you've done that in this course. But I think more important that if, if this course, at least from my perspective, has succeeded or failed. It really depends upon whether or not you think about things differently. That's what will take, you, you'll take with you for many years. So I hope that you have been able to watch the lectures and you think about behavior or differences among us in a different way, than you did eight weeks ago. So, to put on a course like this, is the work of really a very large team of people. There's a a large support staff. I'm almost the least of it, in, in a sense. So, I want to acknowledge the help of the many people I've had. Over the last really five or six months, we began this about six months ago. So first of all in terms of academic leadership here at the University of Minnesota our provost is a great champion of e-Learning Bob Rubinyi is the head of our e-Learning initiative in the Provost office. And I want to put make a special mention of the Chair of my department, Monica Luciana, the Chair of the Department of Psychology. Who's a great advocate of e-Learning. She, she's really pushing the envelope in a sense. Within our department, to try to help us develop a, a profile of courses on the internet. Secondly, there was a team of people who worked on putting together the, the the, the slides, the lectures the videos, the the forums. Most significantly in my own mind, is Kim Wilcox, who was the Project Manager. Kim and I go way back, we've known each other for oh, probably 30, over 30 years and I was very fortunate to have Kim assigned as the Project Manager for this course. Kim actually, when she came to the University of Minnesota, worked on the Minnesota study of Reared Apart Twins, the, the MISTRA study that we, that we discussed very early on in this course. And she has a PhD in biology. There's not one aspect of this course that hasn't benefitted from her input. You've seen her on the forums. She's commented on every lecture. and, and made extraordinarily valuable contributions. I also got a lot of help from Paul and Bill, at the Center for Teaching and Learning here at the University of Minnesota. They actually reviewed every bit of written material. They also sat in on lectures and gave me feedback, in order to try to help me improve my presentation. Their input was really very invaluable. I, in fact, I've completely changed the way I present material on slides, given the, the, the feedback that I got I got from Paul and Bill. So thank you very much to them. Bridget, of course you've seen on office hours, she's helped put together the quizzes. The inline questions. She, she composed the glossary. Kristi kept me out of trouble, I think, in terms of copyright. I'd, I'd learned a lot about copyright. I think I survived the course without getting into any trouble with copyright. And if I did, it really was because of Kristi. Then there's a, a large team of videographers that, that work each week in, in putting together the lectures, as well as the off, office hours tape. The head of that team is James Ondrey. James recorder everything and edited everything for this course. One of the thing there is a lot of great things about James. But one of the great things about him is that he's a twin. And so we could talk about him being a twin when I came over, as we're getting set up to do the recording. So, James was great, he was ably assisted by a large group of undergraduate students here at the University of Minnesota. They would actually put in the in video questions, they would edit things they did a fantastic job. Almost all of these students I think, were from more the, the technical majors here at the university, I don't think we had any psychology major. But maybe in the future I don't know. And then the last thing I want to do is I want to thank you for those of you who have stuck through the course. You're here at the, the end of this eight weeks. It's been a great experience for me, I've learned a lot, and I think for me one of the most rewarding things about this course, has been, to see how kind you are to one another on the forums. It just, doesn't cease to amaze me how people jump in and help their fellow students answering their questions, and going into great detail in helping out other students, and's, that's, for me, an extraordinarily rewarding experience. I, I, I, I will remember that for the rest of my career. How wonderful you have been to each other on, on the forum. So, thank you very much. I hope you have enjoyed the course. And, we'll see you later, bye.