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  • The Psychology of Sleep (or Lack Thereof)

    Psychology Sleep Lack Thereof)

    Contributed by Lizette Royer Barton. This is the second installment of the “Psychology of…” book of the month blog series.Two years ago I was 38 weeks pregnant... Read more

    The 28 April 2016 by   Chp
    HEALTH, HISTORY
  • Essential Role of Default Mode Network in Higher Cognitive Processing.

    Essential Role Default Mode Network Higher Cognitive Processing.

    The respective roles of attentional and default mode networks in our brains has been the subject of numerous MindBlog posts (enter 'default mode' in the search... Read more

    The 25 April 2016 by   Deric Bownds
    SCIENCE
  • Book Review: The Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide: Handbook for Autism,...

    Book Review: Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide: Handbook Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, Learning Disabilities More! Cara Koscinski OTR/L (The Pocket)

    The Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide looks like a thin book but it has one of the highest “fact per page” scores of any of these types of books. It's really... Read more

    The 21 April 2016 by   Gbollard
    HEALTH
  • Brains Learn to Perceive, Not Predict, the World

    Brains Learn Perceive, Predict, World

    The current trendy way to think about brains is as predictive machines. Bayesian methods, free energy, generative models, and all the other things in Andy... Read more

    The 19 April 2016 by   Andrew D Wilson
    PHILOSOPHY, LANGUAGES, SCIENCE
  • An Exhibition on Akron’s Past, Present, and Future

    Exhibition Akron’s Past, Present, Future

    – contributed by Cate Conley, Museums Archives Certificate student. “We shape our buildings, therefore they shape us.” – Winston Churchill When looking at... Read more

    The 18 April 2016 by   Chp
    HEALTH, HISTORY
  • Student Project Makes Psychology Journals Accessible

    Student Project Makes Psychology Journals Accessible

    –Contributed by Christina Gaydos, Kent State Library and Information Science practicum student.As part of my 150 hours at the CCHP as a practicum student, I... Read more

    The 14 April 2016 by   Chp
    HEALTH, HISTORY
  • Autism, Asperger’s and Surviving in the Workplace

    Autism, Asperger’s Surviving Workplace

    For many people with autism, getting a job is a pretty difficult prospect in itself but once they have one, the difficulties shift towards keeping the job. Read more

    The 14 April 2016 by   Gbollard
    HEALTH
  • L is for Lea!

    Lea!

    And so we are on to LAnd that brings me on to my lovely LeaLea is a beautiful golden retriever Like Honey Lea is eleven years old We got her when she was 5... Read more

    The 14 April 2016 by   Rubytuesday
    HEALTH, COMMUNITY
  • K is for Knitting!

    Knitting!

    Over the years I've been quite partial to a bit of knitting Not that I am any good mind youFor the last ten years My Mother and I have been trying to make a... Read more

    The 13 April 2016 by   Rubytuesday
    HEALTH, COMMUNITY
  • H is for Honey!

    Honey!

    Of course it's for HoneyWhat else could it be?A couple of readers said the knew what I was going to post todayWere you right?SoLet me tell you a bit about... Read more

    The 09 April 2016 by   Rubytuesday
    HEALTH, COMMUNITY