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Four Ways To Foster Ethics In College Athletics With appropriate attention and desire, college athletics can be an excellent venue for nurturing ethical behavior and character formation. It really doesn't take that much time or money to make it happen. But will colleges make it a priority?
The Mood Drugs That Cause Brain Cancer To Eat Itself Drug combination encourage autophagy of brain cancer cells -- they eat themselves. » Continue reading: The Mood Drugs That Cause Brain Cancer To Eat Itself
New formula for life-satisfaction In a new study, a mathematical economist has demonstrated a connection between long-term income increases and personal satisfaction. Overtime also affects personal levels of happiness -- but in a negative way, he says.
What types of video games improve brain function? From 'brain games' designed to enhance mental fitness, to games used to improve real-world problems, to games created purely to entertain, today's video games can have a variety of potential impacts on the brain. A new article argues that it is the specific content, dynamics, and mechanics of individual games that determine their effects on the brain and that action video games might have particularly positive benefits.
Dear Men: Wake Up and Smell the Inequality Men see no bias, hear no bias, speak no bias
Is Marriage Worth It For Women? Why are women more likely than men to initiate divorce?
Today I Love Moving Slowly Today I love moving slowly and the different view it gives me of the world. I love that as I sit here a chevron of geese in training just flew by overhead and they were making such a racket ......
Text Messages: Impaired Communication How often do you find yourself wondering if you may have simply misunderstood the context or meaning of a text message? Most people are pretty adept at transmitting factual information … ...
Summer Ratatouille: Savoring the Season As I sit in the Labor Day beach traffic anxiously awaiting my arrival at my sandy destination as a final attempt to catch that last wave of summer fun, I reflect on this summer’s adventures. Family BBQs, beach vacations, crab feasts, long bike rides, hiking … ...
Being Your Own Doctor First off, being your own doctor is a bad idea overall. There’s a reason physicians and psychiatrists go through medical school, internships and residencies. It’s not just so they can … ...
The Secret to Successful Family Relationships Why do you usually talk to someone? You might assume that your discussions are mostly to exchange information. If you think about your dialogues more carefully, you will notice that almost all your talking really has an alternate goal: to create, develop, or nurture a … ...
FREE Autism Downloads Following is a list of links which offer free downloads related to autism. Educate Autism This site offers a variety of free downloads for individuals with autism. Examples of some of the available downloads include: body parts identification worksheets, colors, hand-writing, fine motor skill activities, … ...
Strengthen Your Marriage: Respect Day three of this five day series on strengthening your marriage focuses on respect in your relationship. Communication Kindness Respect Humility & Forgiveness Quality Time Respect and love go hand in … ...
Benefits of Music Therapy & ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis)... As a Behavior Analyst in training, I have witnessed the incredible benefits that many children with Autism can experience by use of applied behavior analysis (ABA). However, I also notice that many children with ASD also receive services, such as speech therapy and occupational therapy. … ...
Math and me: Children who identify with math get higher scores How strongly children identify with math (their math “self-concept”) can be used to predict how high they will score on a standardized test of math achievement, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Washington. The study, published in the October 2015 issue of the journal Learning and Instruction, is the first [...]
Stress causes infants to resort to habits Under stress, people are inclined to resort to habits, rather than trying out new things. In the journal PNAS, psychologists from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Technische Universität Dortmund report that this is true not only for adults, but also for infants. Unfamiliar situations akin to everyday life caused an increase in the stress hormone [...]
Gas-lighting: Burning the Bridges of Truth One of the more insidious forms of mental abuse has come to be referred to as gas-lighting. It refers to those who attempt to destroy another person’s sense of reality.
Pauses can make or break a conversation Long pauses can make speech difficult to understand, but short pauses can be highly beneficial. This is shown in a new doctoral thesis in linguistics from the University of Gothenburg. When we speak we don’t. Pause. After. Each. Word. Instead we pause between longer utterances – sometimes to breathe, sometimes to think and sometimes to [...]
Study: Children with autism benefit from theater-based program Children with autism who participated in a 10-week, 40-hour, theatre-based program showed significant differences in social ability compared to a group of children with autism who did not participate, according to a Vanderbilt study published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Acting is an inherently interactive process that involves many aspects of socializing [...]
Does Uncertainty Breed Prejudice? How does the quest for certainty impact prejudice towards people who do not belong to our social groups?