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Need an Idea? Take a Walk

Walking spurs creative thinking, according to research from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. The research was inspired by anecdotal claims that many people do their best [...]

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Bullying’s Pervasive Effects

Bullying is largely seen as a childhood problem, but the effects of bullying are persistent and pervasive, according to researchers from King’s College London (KCL). Using data from a cohort of [...]

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Touching Aids Language Acquisition

To learn a language, babies must discern which sounds are meaningful, but how do they do it? A study from Purdue University investigated one aspect of how infants learn language: touch. They [...]

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Yoga Eases Women’s PTSD Symptoms

Women can alleviate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through yoga. A small study from the National Center for PTSD at the VA Boston Healthcare Systems found that yoga classes [...]

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Willpower Required to Pay Attention

What separates the easily distracted from the strongly focused? Research from Simon Fraser University suggests that an individual’s resolve is what makes some people focus, despite distractions. [...]

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Diagnosing Autism Using Videos

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can be identified using home videos, claims new research from Stanford University School of Medicine. For children, ASD are diagnosed through observation. Watching [...]

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Pilot Program for Autism Uses Drama

A new study from the University of Kent contributes to the growing body of research regarding unconventional treatments for autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The researchers conducted a pilot [...]

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