Baby and adult brains ‘sync up’ during play, finds Princeton Baby Lab

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Click Here to Read: Baby and adult brains ‘sync up’ during play, finds Princeton Baby Lab by Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications on the Princeton University website on January 9, 2020.

18-month old Sawyer Aakre is already a natural on the Apple iPad Image: Intel Free Press  Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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The Analyst: Disabled and Enabled by What’s Personal with Judy L. Kantrowitz at NYPSI

Dropped on:February 25, 2020
The Analyst: Disabled and Enabled by What’s Personal with Judy L. Kantrowitz at NYPSI

NYPSI’s 1042nd Scientific Meeting: The Analyst: Disabled and Enabled by What’s Personal with presenter Judy L. Kantrowitz, Ph.D. and discussant Theodore Jacobs, M.D. “The Analyst: Disabled and Enabled by What’s Personal” Tuesday, March 10, 2020, 8:00 – 10:00 pm New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute 247 East 82nd Street, NYC (btwn 2nd and 3rd Aves)…

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New Forms of Melancholia with Massimo Recalcati at Apres Coup

Dropped on:February 24, 2020
New Forms of  Melancholia with Massimo Recalcati at Apres Coup

FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS: New Forms of Melancholia Massimo Recalcati Wednesday, April 8, 2020 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at New York University 24 West 12th Street, NYC The Freudian clinic has described melancholia as a moral delusion mostly based on a sense of guilt. Due to the way in which repression is now being understood, we are identifying…

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Learning to Love Yiddish

Dropped on:February 23, 2020
Learning to Love Yiddish

Click Here to Read:  Learning to Love Yiddish: I used to think the language was hopelessly uncool. Now I’ve changed my tune By Samantha Shokin on the Tablet website on February 11, 2020.
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News from The Menninger Clinic

Dropped on:February 23, 2020
News from The Menninger Clinic

ebruary 2020 Celebrating Women Researchers at The Menninger Clinic Did you know only 30% of researchers are women? We’re proud to celebrate the growing number of women in research at The Clinic on International Women and Girls in Science Day. For the first time in our history, the Research Department at Menninger is led by…

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She was just a Miller’s daughter: ENO revives a middle-period Verdi

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She was just a Miller’s daughter: ENO revives a middle-period Verdi

Click Here to Read: She was just a Miller’s daughter: ENO revives a middle-period Verdi by Paul Levy  on his Plain English blog on February 22, 2020.

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A climate-sensitive bird hints at global warming’s lasting impact

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A climate-sensitive bird hints at global warming’s lasting impact

Click Here to Read: A climate-sensitive bird hints at global warming’s lasting impact: The black-throated blue warbler’s migration patterns are changing, and ornithologists can’t help seeing the signs of climate change By Denise Chow …

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Reading Howl in China

Dropped on:February 23, 2020
Reading Howl in China

Click Here to Read:  Reading Howl in China: My generation, once impassioned by the Western literature of rebellion, is now lulled by ‘Wealthy Socialism’  by Xiaolu Guo on the aeon website on August 20, 2014. Beijing, Tiananmen Square, Monument to the People’s Heroes and the Mao Zedong Mausoleum.  Image: Arian Zwegers,  Public Domain via WIkimedia…

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A History of the Alexithymia Concept and Its Explanatory Models: An Epistemological Perspective.

Dropped on:February 23, 2020
A History of the Alexithymia Concept and Its Explanatory Models: An Epistemological Perspective.

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Things Are Not Looking Good for Stopping the Coronavirus

Dropped on:February 22, 2020
Things Are Not Looking Good for Stopping the Coronavirus

Click Here to Read: Things Are Not Looking Good for Stopping the Coronavirus by Ed Cara on the Gizmodo website on February 21, 2020.  Locations with Confirmed 2019-nCoV Cases.  Image: CDC.  Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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