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    Whatever

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    It’s one of those perfectly luminous May days in New York, and Professor Bob Burghley, chair of the NYU psychology department, is being honored at a sendoff party in the faculty lounge overlooking Washington Square.

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    She had expected to be nervous when she accepted the invitation to Paisley Park. She knew she would wrestle with the basics: how to respond to the first come on, whether to seem eager or play it cool, whether

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