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Video of magicians discussing attention, perception, and memory at Neuroscience 2009 by Stephanie Allen Posted Thu 17 Dec 2009 7:08am From the Society for Neuroscience Web page: On Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009, internationally known magicians Apollo Robbins and Eric Mead joined attendees at Neuroscience 2009 for an interactive discussion on Magic, the Brain, and the Mind. As the featured Dialogues Between Neuroscience and Society lecture, the magicians explored how attention, memory ... Read on »
Visual Perceptual and Attention Skills in Moderately Preterm Children by Your Therapy Source Posted Thu 10 Oct 2013 1:55pm Pediatrics published research on 248 moderately preterm (born at 32-35 weeks gestation) and 130 full term, seven year old children.  The children underwent various assessments including IQ, memory, attention, visual perception, motor skills, visual motor skills, and parental report of executive functioning.  The following results were rec ... Read on »
Autistic symptoms in children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder. by Leslie M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:31pm Clark T, Feehan C, Tinline C, Vostanis P. Parkview Clinic, Moseley, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Children with the syndrome of disorders of attention, motor control and perception (DAMP) invariably fill diagnostic criteria for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and commonly have symptoms of autistic spectrum disorders. This stu ... Read on »
Perception and stimulus statistics: any good experiments? by Gualtiero P. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Aug 2009 10:11pm As part of a series on consciousness I am writing, I am presently writing up some notes on the Necker Cube. I have a question perhaps some of the more historically minded readers could answer. Most of you are familiar with the Necker Cube (see one to the left), a line-drawing that can appear as a cube facing down to the left, or up to the rig ... Read on »
Parallel Perception: A Global Community of Light Warriors by Mizpah Matus Facebook Posted Mon 03 Oct 2011 5:53pm Lujan Matus is making ripples in the space-time continuum. A multi-faceted shamanic teacher, Lujan is the author of two revolutionary books on consciousness and evolution. Both ‘The Art of Stalking Parallel Perception’, and ‘Awakening the Third Eye’ are full of innovative wisdom and techniques that invite us to enter into that next ... Read on »
HealthCare Reform Revolves around Participation, Perception and Education For Success by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 07 Sep 2009 10:20pm About 2 years ago I told many that Healthcare in the US was going to reach a point of revolt and riots, and sad to say it appears we are knocking on that door today.  We are seeing more efforts with organizing labor groups as people are in fear and want representation of some sort.  Things we used to count on being a constant are no longer that, ... Read on »
Developmental attention and visual auditory synesthesia by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 1:00am 1 Comment Caveat lector: This post presents more questions than it does answers. It may also be appropriate to ignore all this theorizing and file this separately under 'Kids say the darnedest things.' A colleague asked me to review one of her cases because the child was presenting with some peculiarities. This four year old child's main difficulties a ... Read on »
Media Psychology: What It Is and Why You Should Care by Dr. Erik G. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 9:21am What is media psychology? It’s a field with no consensus definition, no clearly-defined career paths, and no easy answers. In spite of that, it can add value anywhere human behavior intersects media technologies. Here’s why: Media technologies are everywhere People of all ages use media technologies a lot Young peo ... Read on »
How can we use marketing strategies to promote Health Literacy? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 15 Nov 2012 9:29pm This is a guest post by Hema Vishwanathan. Advertisers are masters of the art of persuading people to buy stuff! How can we use their skills to help promote health literacy? What lessons can we learn from them? I have extensive experience in using marketing to promote public health and would like to share two examples. It is my hope that ... Read on »
CIOs Have Everything To Worry About Compared to CEOs Fiddling Around With Branding Perceptions Related to Profits, No Popularity by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 22 Oct 2013 7:22pm This is not to say CIOs don’t worry about branding as they do but they have a lot of other items that come first by all means, like IT security, bring your own device security and just running their enterprise IT infrastructures, so that leaves the CEO with plenty of time to make blog posts about what they consider important with branding. Man ... Read on »