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  • Being an Older Adult with Asperger's Syndrome

    Being Older Adult with Asperger's Syndrome

    A couple of weeks ago, I officially hit the big 50. I guess that makes me an "older adult" now. Nothing much has changed but I thought it would be worthwhile... Read more

    The 04 August 2019 by   Gbollard
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  • #UACulture

    #UACulture

    The National Museum of Psychology is just one of several really cool cultural institutions on the University of Akron campus. Our cultural partners on campus... Read more

    The 15 August 2019 by   Chp
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  • Our Partners and Autism Acceptance

    Partners Autism Acceptance

    Last week, I read a post from a lady who didn't feel accepted by her partner. The interesting thing was that while she knew what she wanted to say, she felt tha... Read more

    The 18 August 2019 by   Gbollard
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  • More Diversity in Flow-land.

    More Diversity Flow-land.

    I will pass on part of an email from Mr. Todd Denen occasioned by my 8/16/19 post, in which he assures me, that unlike the Flow Genome Project and Flow... Read more

    The 21 August 2019 by   Deric Bownds
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  • What We See is Biased by Ongoing Neural Activity.

    What Biased Ongoing Neural Activity.

    Rassi et al. (open source) show that ongoing neural activity in our brain, as in the fusiform face area, can influence what we perceive in an ambiguous sensory... Read more

    The 23 August 2019 by   Deric Bownds
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  • From "Love Your Enemies" - Arthur Brooks on Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory

    From "Love Your Enemies" Arthur Brooks Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory

    I have read through Arthur Brooks' new book, "Love your Enemies," which addresses the many facets of our current political polarization, with the goal of... Read more

    The 26 August 2019 by   Deric Bownds
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