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  • Theory of Cortical Function

    Theory Cortical Function

    Heeger presents a simple and lucid framework for a unified theory of cortical function that he suggests should be useful for guiding both neuroscience and... Read more

    The 01 March 2017 by   Deric Bownds
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  • Understanding the "unusual Gait" Part of Asperger's Syndrome

    Understanding "unusual Gait" Part Asperger's Syndrome

    One of the more bizarre questions on the Asperger's diagnostic forms concepts whether the person has an “unusual gait”. I remember reading that and thinking tha... Read more

    The 25 March 2017 by   Gbollard
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  • What is “awe?”

    What “awe?”

    The emotion of awe fascinates as much as it confounds. Scientific and popular attention in awe is surging, yet awe remains one of the most commonly misunderstoo... Read more

    The 06 March 2017 by   Andrewtix
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  • Promoting Peace Through a Human Library

    Promoting Peace Through Human Library

    Many of the greatest problems facing our world today are caused or exacerbated by stereotypes and prejudices individuals harbor across group lines. Read more

    The 01 March 2017 by   Andrewtix
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  • Heroin in Vietnam: The True Story of the Robins Study

    Heroin Vietnam: True Story Robins Study

    Editor's note: The famous Robins study on heroin use among Vietnam veterans has been so often—and so recently—misinterpreted that I felt motivated to reprint... Read more

    The 25 March 2017 by   Dirkh
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  • He Doesn't Look Autistic to Me...

    Doesn't Look Autistic Me...

    It's a phrase that every parent of a child on the autism spectrum dreads. Apparently it's meant as a compliment but in reality it's a fairly impressive bit of... Read more

    The 04 March 2017 by   Gbollard
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  • #Lifesucks

    #Lifesucks

    What's a mother to do? This is the start of today's blog entry. I admit that it's been four days since I wrote last, but the sour grapes part is just discoverin... Read more

    The 23 March 2017 by   Aynetal3
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  • Sometimes Autism And/or Aspergers is Very Detectable

    Sometimes Autism And/or Aspergers Very Detectable

    Throughout my life, I've had people reacting to me in a fairly protective manner.If I was a different type of person, I'd probably find it quite patronising... Read more

    The 12 March 2017 by   Gbollard
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  • Little Blue Books and Drooling Dogs

    Little Blue Books Drooling Dogs

    Contributed by Rhonda Rinehart.Chances are if you had a question, Little Blue Books had an answer.  Actually, many answers.  On any topic.  For everyone,... Read more

    The 14 March 2017 by   Chp
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