Toddlers walk through life like we all wish we could: confident, demanding, and 100 percent positive that they are the center of the universe.
The Happiest Toddler on the Block
One big reason toddlers act so wild is because during these early years, they experience an explosive rush of brain development that frequently knocks them off balance.
0: Introduction This is from businessstudent.com: Acceptance rates at top colleges have declined by about half over the past decade or so, raising concern about intensifying academic competition. T…
Source: Increasingly Competitive College Admissions: Much More Than You Wanted To Know | Slate Star Codex
Every company on the market is looking for the best talent. Companies are waiting when “the talent” will appear from nowhere as if there were some secret talent factory. The ideal candidate will have all necessary technical skills, will be a good “culture fit” and will perform well with little or no supervision.
Source: Great developers are raised, not hired – The Principal Developer by Eduards Sizovs
Source: Interactive Fiction
Acceptance and commitment therapy teaches us how to live a values-driven life even in the face of dark emotions and trauma
Source: How to live a values-driven life in the face of dark emotions | Aeon Essays
Notably, most improvements in GI symptoms were maintained, and autism-related symptoms improved even more after the end of treatment. Important changes in gut microbiota at the end of treatment remained at follow-up, including significant increases in bacterial diversity and relative abundances of Bifidobacteria and Prevotella. Our observations demonstrate the long-term safety and efficacy of MTT as a potential therapy to treat children with ASD who have GI problems, and warrant a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in the future.
Source: Long-term benefit of Microbiota Transfer Therapy on autism symptoms and gut microbiota | Scientific Reports
Clare Bucknell: Thinkers & Drinkers – The Club: Johnson, Boswell, and the Friends Who Shaped an Age by Leo Damrosch
Source: Clare Bucknell – Thinkers & Drinkers | Literary Review | Issue 474