Front. Integr. Neurosci., 24 May 2013 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnint.2013.00038
- Human Development and Psychology Division, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
The autism diagnosis requires deficits in social interaction and communication, yet neither occurs in isolation. This brief literature-based analysis provides evidence that other factors are involved in autistic people’s atypical social communication. Continue reading “Empathizing with sensory and movement differences: moving toward sensitive understanding of autism”
Here’s another video of my boys engaged in mortal combat, this time with the Sutherland Medieval Regiment (SMR) at the … Continue reading SMR Medieval Display Combat for Heritage Week 2015
The theme for this year’s Spheres Of Light Samhain Weekend on 1st – 3rd May 2015 is “Day of the … Continue reading Samhain Weekend: 1st -3rd May 2015 “Day of the Dead”
Originally posted on The Human Physiology and Energetic System:
Abstract The effect of opposing energy fields such as alternating currents and microwaves creating ‘reverse bio-polarity,’… Continue reading Auric Bleeding and Maintenance By Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.
14th March – 15th March 2015
Liverpool Girl Guide Hall (Sydney, NSW Australia)
Sponsored by the Pagan Awareness Network Australia Inc. with a discount for PAN members!
Festival of the Minds is a celebration of wisdom, curiosity, and the search for knowledge within ourselves, our fascinating world and the mysteries beyond.
It is a weekend of lectures for the pagan practitioner looking for something new or challenging, or the inquisitive mind who craves to be mentally stimulated. The Festival aims to provide unique topics, hard to come by information or alternative viewpoints to enhance the minds of our attendees. Continue reading “Festival of the Minds”
Originally posted on Seventh Voice:
Art work by Aegis Mario S. Nevado “A ground-breaking theory suggests people with autism-spectrum disorders such… Continue reading Theory finds that individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome don’t lack empathy – in fact if anything they empathize too much