Chris Busath

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Want to Raise Successful Kids? Science Says Praise Them Like This for Accomplishments | Inc.com

There are two sides to every coin. Praising your kids is no exception.<p>On one hand, there's a body of evidence that supports the theory that praising your children is good. Studies have found that it helps to motivate, build self confidence and develop social skills.<p>Yet other data points to negative …

Parenting

‘Introvert or Extrovert’ Is the Wrong Way to Define Your Identity

There’s this incredibly powerful idea in popular psychology that personality lies along a spectrum of chattiness: extroverts on one side, all drawing …

Is De-Extinction a Good Idea? Scientists Offer Guidelines to Avoid “Eco-Zombies”

Changing Planet<p><b>University of California-Santa Barbara colleagues lay out a set of guidelines for how de-extinction can be made more ecologically responsible</b><p>It’s only a matter of time before the woolly mammoth can be brought back from the dead, according to their news statement released this …

How Genetic Engineering Via CRISPR Will Change Our Lives

If you were told just a couple of decades ago that you would be one day carrying in your pocket a small device more powerful than any computational …

Genetics

The future of genetic enhancement lies in China — here's why we should care

As the state of the science brings prospects like these closer to reality, an international debate has been raging over the ethics of enhancing human capacities with biotechnologies such as so-called smart pills, brain implants and gene editing.<p>This discussion has only intensified in the past year …

Molecular Biology

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New climate modeling shows Venus may have once been habitable - ExtremeTech

By on August 5, 2016 at 4:00 pm<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>It’s hard to imagine a …

The Scientific Mystery of a Man Living with 90% of His Brain Missing

What we think we know about our brains is nothing compared to what we don’t know. This fact is brought into focus by the medical mystery of a …

Is 'Curing' Autism Offensive? Neurodiversity Movements Reframe Brain Disorders as a Civil Rights Issue

While there are constant scientific efforts to find a cure for autism, some people do not feel a cure is necessary. In fact, they see <b>neurodiversity</b> …

What Science Has Taught Me About Raising Girls

I loved everything about the blow-up race car I had when I was a boy. The little toy was composed of six or seven parts—fenders, roof, hood—which …

Parenting