Abby has her ups and downs

I thought that I'd give you a brief update on how little Abby is doing. As you may remember, my...
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What’s it all about?

I initiated this blog for two reasons. First, I sought to provide neuroscience-related information to care-givers and to citizens who...
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A communicator gets his voice back

Ed Steenerson began his career as a rehabilitation psychologist before moving to the high-tech industry as an engineer and manager....
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Reactive attachment disorder. Part 2.

If you did not read yesterday's entry, do that first, before reading today's followup. The situation in a nutshell: An...
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A note on “Reactive Attachment Disorder”

About two weeks ago, I received the email letter posted below. I promised the correspondent that I would respond to...
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Struggling high-school-age readers break out!

We often receive feedback from school administrators, teachers, and therapists like that expressed in the note below. Because they are...
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A “cognitive reserve” is a good thing to work on!

Dave B and Alvaro have had an interesting (albeit, brief) discussion in their comments about the subject of the hypothetical...
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A City on the Move: “The Jacksonville Brain Summit”

I'm in Jacksonville, Florida today, participating in what is a very unusual and special event –– "The Jacksonville Brain Summit"....
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