May 1, 12:00-1:00pm ET “How to Research Online & Understand Journal Articles”.
Participants will now be offered two (or more) hours of support with a tCOACH!
Well, I’m not going to tell you that playing video games days in and days out is actually good for your health. It’s not, and binging is never good.
When we think about the effect of video games on the brain, it’s very similar to the effect of wine on the health. There are some very poor uses of wine. There are some very poor uses of video games. But when consumed in reasonable doses, and at the right age, wine can be very good for health.
Is there a definitive line that divides crazy from sane? Jon Ronson illuminates the gray areas of spotting the psychopaths among us, even when you have a check-list.
“It’s a lot harder to convince people you’re sane than it is to convince them you’re crazy.”
From TED Ed:
“Nina Jablonski says that differing skin colors are simply our bodies’ adaptation to varied climates and levels of UV exposure. Charles Darwin disagreed with this theory, however, as Jablonski explains, Darwin did not have access to NASA.”
“iO’s photography can be seen regularly in two features in The New York Times: Notes from the Underground and The Lowdown. She is also the creator of Self Evident Truths—an ongoing project to document the wide variety of experiences in LGBTQ America. So far, she has photographed about 2,000 people for the project. Her goal: 10,000 portraits and a nationwide rethinking of discriminatory laws.”
With magnetoencephalography (known as MEG), a technique used to study brain activity, researchers are now able to visualize PTSD’s effects on the brain and can be used to diagnose patients with the disorder. This provides physical evidence that PTSD is not purely a psychological phenomenon.