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Visually Perceptive Moms Are More Sensitive Parents

A mother’s ability to recognize positive emotions on the faces of other adults predicts her sensitivity and responsiveness to her child four months later.

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A New Way to Fight Pigmentary Retinopathy

The visual system adapts to the loss of photoreception by increasing sensitivity but simultaneously becomes deleteriously hyperactive. The findings could lead to new therapies to protect vision or reverse vision loss.

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The Gift of Language

“I will never do (X) ” “I Can’t” “I am always going to be this way” “I will be this way forever” “This is impossible” If you have been following me for a while, you know that I discourage this type of language. It is self-limiting at best, and self-destructing at worst. Some people recognize […]

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