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Piaget's theory of learning was developed based on research with young children. His theory also has strong implications for adult learning.
Published by Deborah Livingston 94 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +9 votes | 5 comments
What would you do if every day, when you leave your office and walk home, a man would always trail you behind? You surely donÂ’t know him. He doesnÂ’t approach or talk to you rather just follows you behind until you reach your house. ItÂ’s like that, he want to make sure you go home safe or can be that he just wants to know where else you go.
Published by Rosita Barbo 95 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +3 votes | 1 comments
Kristen McCurry explores the results of a famous classroom experient by Jane Elliot known as the "blue eyes/brown eyes" exercise. This experiment reveals that racism is based on arbitrary physical characteristics and can be unlearned once exposed in a community.
Published by Kristen McCurry 97 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +3 votes | 4 comments
It took until 2001, for the Quebec government to acknowledge the grave injustices afflicted upon the Duplessis Orphans of the 1940's and 1950. These children were taken out of orphanages and incarcerated in mental institutions not because they were mentally ill because they were not, but because of the lucrative federal government funding at the time.
Published by carol roach 98 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +6 votes | 6 comments
Despite the warnings of the pioneer of neurosurgery, Antonio Egas Moniz to reserve lobotomies for the most severely disturbed, Freeman campaigned for their widespread in the United States. 1940's and there were about 50,000 lobotomies performed worldwide.
Published by carol roach 98 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +7 votes | 6 comments
Self-awareness or self-knowledge commonly denotes having an in depth understaning of one's subjective internal state of mind. This article will attempt to delineate the philosophical exploration of what self-awareness describes.
Published by Sophia Thesson 99 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +6 votes | 0 comments
Hispanics and Afro Americans are at a higher risk for Alzheimer's disease than their caucausian counter parts.
Published by carol roach 100 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +3 votes | 6 comments
Mysticism and Monotheism can exist as a part of the same Belief System and not be at odds.
Published by Abron Toure 102 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +1 votes | 0 comments
Conceptual reality verses tangible reality
Published by Richard Regener 103 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +2 votes | 2 comments
Published by Richard Regener 103 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +5 votes | 0 comments
No Matter what we do, if we have developed, and then USE and ability to establish and maintain rapport with others, this ONE factor alone will help us to get the most of what we want in life.
Published by Colin Dovey 106 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +6 votes | 2 comments
Color conveys mood and personality.
Published by Amy Mimm 106 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +4 votes | 2 comments
One's strength comes from within
Published by Kiran 107 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +2 votes | 3 comments
Your intuition acts as an early warning system, like radar, setting off alarms when things aren't right
Published by Sy Kravitz 107 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +21 votes | 10 comments
Published by Charlene Collins 113 months ago in Cognition, Perception & Senses | +0 votes | 0 comments
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