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Jobs for Jobs

Jobs for Jobs: Positive(ish) Discrimination in Action Wednesday, March 9, 2016 A marketing firm has caused a degree of consternation, together with some publicity for itself, by advertising for a role and stipulating that applicants must be dyslexic. The advert included a photograph of Apple founderSteve Jobs, who was dyslexic, and stated that the firm …

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Aakash Odedra

Aakash Odedra’s Inked & Murmur dances into identity issues at PuSh Festival 2016 The British artist explores his own dyslexia and a grandmother’s tattoos in a swirling multimedia program by Janet Smithon January 13th, 2016at 11:17 AM SHARED 1191 1 of 32 of 3 In the double bill Inked & Murmur, Aakash Odedra captures his …

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OCT 9, 2018 Study: Only 5% of US children ages 8–11 follow screen time, sleep and exercise guidelines recommended for brain development

By: SharpBrains ___ Limiting children’s screen time linked to better cognition, study says (CNN): “Limiting kids’ recreational screen time to less than two hours a day, along with sufficient sleep and physical activity, is associated with improved cognition, according to a study published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health. The study included about 4,500 US children ages 8 …

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The right music can hit the sweet spot between predictable and chaotic for which the brain has a strong preference.

Dean Burnett Many people listen to music while they’re carrying out a task, whether they’re studying for an exam, driving a vehicle or even reading a book. Many of these people argue that background music helps them focus. Why, though? When you think about it, that doesn’t make much sense. Why would having two things …

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The Highly Sensitive Person

Elaine Aron has studied the highly sensitive person (HSP), an easily overaroused and overwhelmed individual who is sensitive and often anxious. Aron believes that evolution has favored the careful, reflective style that tends to accompany the highly aroused individual, and not high arousal itself. If understimulated and sometimes impulsive people like those with ADHD, live …

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