Author Archives: bohdanp

Society, the Helicopter Parent, and the big Failure

There are two articles that I’ve read lately that have me satisfied.  The first, Why French Kids Don’t Have ADHD, discusses child rearing in France.  The second, Declining Student Resilience, addresses college students’ coping with […]

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Book Lists

TED posted some books on mathematical subjects.  I’ve read a few of these; make sure you do too.  Click here! Chase Jarvis, one of the more interesting photographers on the internet, posted a list of […]

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Violence in America…

I wasn’t sure what to title this article.  It’s always a very touchy subject.  Discussing this issue raises emotions on all sides.  Joseph Pierre looks at the issue from a psychological point of view that […]

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Can Creativity be Taught

“Can Creativity be Taught?”  As a scientist, I believe this question is complete crap.  Creativity cannot be taught, it is inherent in our DNA.  Everyone has it.  If you boil down creativity to the basics, […]

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Brain Training Scam…Again

About two years ago, I posted short article about brain training (link).  The commercials for Lumosity keep coming, but I still have not seen anything solid from them from research.  Scientific American, addressed the story (link). From […]

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