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Mumbai :: India | 3 days ago

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Mumbai-resident, Kevin Rodricks, a spelling bee winner at his school, believes that the dictionary is your best friend. However, new words and changes occur constantly, so it is necessary to constantly be in touch with them. No matter what, only

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Des Moines :: IA :: USA | 8 days ago

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For the first time, dyslexia has been officially defined in state law in an attempt to improve literacy among young students across Iowa. Gov. Terry Branstad signed a bill into law Wednesday that effectively establishes a definition for the reading

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 9 days ago

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Read more What is your reaction to CBS's choice to replace David Letterman on Late Show? Read more Can you identify the number of commas that belong in the sentence from the article? Read more This word has appeared in eight New York Times articles

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Mumbai :: India | 12 days ago

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Christoph Beglinger from the University Hospital of Basel and Prof. Stefan Borgwardt from the Psychiatric University Clinics found that green tea extract increases the brain's effective connectivity, meaning the causal influence that one brain area

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Canterbury :: United Kingdom | 13 days ago

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The pitch, pace, pause, tone and volume of your voice comprises about 38% of all your communication. We challenge you to reflect on the quality of your voice, to take action to improve it whether or not you have lost it. World Voice Day is an annual

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Pittsburgh :: PA :: USA | 20 days ago

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The national dyslexia organizations she contacted referred her to experts in Philadelphia. "I kept saying, 'I don't live in Philadelphia...Today, she's a reading therapist and chairwoman of the Pittsburgh branch of the International Dyslexia

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 30 days ago

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Where did you go on vacation last summer?  Here are three strategies from cognitive science and psychology that may help you to remember better: 1. Be conscious of the limits and capacity of your working memory . That's the mental holding area that

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San Diego :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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The moment when you log onto Facebook and your top Newsfeed post has the word "alot" instead of "a lot." Or, maybe, your friend forgot the Golden Rule that there's an "I before E, except after C." In honor of Spelling Bee season and with the hopes

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 1 month ago

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Speed-reading all rage...Quick History Americans have been intrigued by speed-reading for a long time. Back in the 1930s, researchers were exploring systems to help people read faster. At Stanford University, according to the New York Times in 1934,

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Uni :: Russia | 1 month ago

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The Name That! smart phone app helps patients with a type of speech disorder called aphasia. The app was developed by AppsLab at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), which seeks to help professors or faculty develop apps with educational value.

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