“The most salient finding was that children severely deprived up to 6 months and non-deprived UK adoptees had similarly low levels of problems, whereas severe deprivation lasting 6 months or more had persistent detrimental effects on individuals’ behavioural and social development in terms of symptoms of autism spectrum disorder, disinhibited social engagement, and inattention and overactivity through to young adulthood (pooled p<0·0001 for all), despite the fact that they were raised in supportive and caring adoptive families. Continue reading
Unlike other first world countries, Americans express solid belief in the supernatural aspects of religion and the old books of their religions. From Pew reserch; Continue reading
…the main kind of support for anything to do with tech and gadgets. Anecdotal evidence – from a 6 year old.
Sweet weeping jesus, mary and Joseph and the donkies they road in on! The phamous filosopher Daniel Dennett apparently DID finally read something about the medical facts about human/animal behavior and the brain and “admitted” he was, well, dead wrong. Continue reading
It is a cultural The question for professionals in business, the professions and policy is do “beliefs’ correlate and cause behavior. For example, do beliefs correlate or cause consumption behaviors, medical, voting actions? I haven’t seen any evidence, so far.