Nadine Bailey

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How toxic femininity is damaging us

Women in all of this have no agency, no ability to exist as a person in their own right. They are defined by their relationship to a man and their …

How to Think About ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) involves a biological (usually genetic) set of traits that interfere with executive functioning …

Neurofeedback Therapy Improves Behavior Outcomes in Patients With ADHD

Physicians have used neurofeedback therapy to effectively treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, and, more …

Hong Kong is still failing ADHD and other special-needs children

I refer to your report on the lack of government support for special-needs children, as revealed in a study that came days after a grandmother was …

Lack of awareness of the behavioural disorder has meant many people found it difficult to hold down jobs. But proper diagnosis and support are allowing more employees to make the most of their talents<p>‘As an employee, I wasn’t very good because I was inconsistent,” says Jannine Harris, 44, from …

Autism

What we know about Emma Gonzalez, the fiercely outspoken teen who stunned America with her silence

<b>(CNN) —</b> She strode on stage at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington over the weekend, and listed the names of the 17 students and staff gunned down at her high school in Parkland, Florida. And then she went silent.<p>Minutes ticked by. One. Two. Three. Four.<p>It was a visceral moment -- one that …

Gun Control

Researchers Asked Kids to ‘Draw a Scientist.’ Here's What They Came Up With

Between 1966 and 1977, a group of researchers gave more than 5,000 schoolchildren a simple instruction: Draw a scientist.<p>The kids drew scientists of …

Photograph: Corbis<p>1959, Boston, Massachusetts, USA: James Watson and Francis Crick, crackers of the DNA code. Photo taken on occasion of the Massachusetts General Hospital …

Genetics

#MeToo and the evolution of man

A male friend who runs a small organisation recently recruited a senior executive. The best candidate, by a margin of perhaps 5 per cent, was a man. …

Picture a Leader. Is She a Woman?

This series of images emerged from a simple prompt: “Draw an effective leader.”<p>Tina Kiefer, a professor of organizational behavior at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, fell upon the exercise accidentally, while leading a workshop full of executives who did not speak much English. …

Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng appointed new UCT vice-chancellor

Phakeng said she was "humbled" by the appointment, which takes effect on July 1, 2018.

This Three-Story Tiny House Fits In The Footprint Of A Parking Space

With a floor for working, another for sleeping, and a greenhouse on the top, the Tikku house is designed to replace a city’s parking spots with living space.<p>In Helsinki, like many cities, there isn’t enough housing to keep up with demand. Some people blame a lack of land to build new housing, but …

Small Spaces

Language previously unknown to linguists discovered in Southeast Asia

A language previously unknown to linguists -- dubbed Jedek -- has been found in the Malay Peninsula, researchers from Sweden report. The community in …

Computer reads brain activity to find out the music each person is listening to

It may sound like sci-fi, but mind reading equipment are much closer to become a reality than most people can imagine. Researchers used a magnetic …

The Brain

Local language versus English education?

Q. Should we choose a local school for our children, or an English-language international school?<p>A. This is a common question, as more families are …

The note said she didn't deserve her promotion. Here's her mic-drop response.

I was promoted a few weeks ago, which was great. I got a lot of nice notes from friends, family, customers, partners, and random strangers, which was …

I Started the Media Men List

In October, I created a Google spreadsheet called “Shitty Media Men” that collected a range of rumors and allegations of sexual misconduct, much of …

The Three Barriers to Deep Thinking in School

Almost a decade into my teaching career, I’ve learned a lot—about recurring decimals, British slang, the life cycle of fidget spinners. But one …

Pedagogy

Hearing different accents at home impacts language processing in infants

Infants raised in homes where they hear a single language, but spoken with different accents, recognize words dramatically differently at about 12 …

Talking to ourselves and voices in our heads

As far as our brain is concerned, talking to ourselves in our heads may be fundamentally the same as speaking our thoughts out loud, new research …

Neuroscience

Talking Back to ADHD - Making Care Complete

Research shows that people with ADHD tend to under-report their own symptoms compared to others, such as family members and teachers. It’s a vital difference to explore, because you cannot completely address ADHD until you accept all that it does. For anyone living with ADHD, effective management …

This Video Game May Help Kids with ADHD

Akili Interactive Labs on Monday reported that its late-stage study of a video game designed to treat kids with ADHD met its primary goal, a big step …

Does an A.D.H.D. Link Mean Tylenol Is Unsafe in Pregnancy?

We can date our pregnancies by what we were told was safe that later turned out to be more problematic. My own mother often told me lovingly (and laughingly) of the understanding doctor who advised her to drink rum every night when she was pregnant with me and had trouble falling asleep. And we …

Is there a musical method for interpreting speech? Researchers evaluated whether musicians had an advantage in understanding and reciting degraded speech as compared to nonmusicians

Researchers evaluated whether musicians had an advantage in understanding and reciting degraded speech as compared to nonmusicians<p>Vocoded speech, or …

Book Club

Since the beginning of our project, in 2014, we have chosen one author to feature as our book club Author of the Month. Browse the menu on the left …

Want to listen better? Lend a right ear

Listening requires sensitive hearing and the ability to process information into cohesive meaning. Add everyday background noise and constant …

Is early English-language education always the right choice?

There is a common presumption among ex-pat families, in particular, that if you have a choice between primary school in the home language and in …

Language Learning

Brains of Bilingual People Solve Math Problems Differently — NOVA Next | PBS

For anyone who’s breezed through literature class yet struggled with algebra, it may surprise you that language and math skills are more closely …

Language Learning

Learning a mother tongue: A universal process?

Specialists in language development in children have studied a traditional population in the Bolivian Amazon, the Tsimane. They show that, on …

Luck plays a role in how language evolves, team finds

Read a few lines of Chaucer or Shakespeare and you'll get a sense of how the English language has changed during the past millennium. Examining …