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Affective computing is the idea that technology can better assist us if it can read, process and simulate human experience. One aspect of this is the recognition of human emotion through motion and physiological sensors that track verbal and
Despite reports of a recent rash of suicides among Canadian first responders, Saskatoon Police Chief Clive Weighill says police departments have "come a long way" in supporting officers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and work-related
Proving that fame isn't a good measure of success, Marie "Blanche" Wittman, became known both locally and historically as the Queen of Hysterics. Her "medical demonstrations" were a kind of medical reality show one that inspired the work of Sigmund
Therapy helps patients gradually confront situations, places and activities they've avoided since the traumatic event...We have since learnt a great deal about how to help people with this disabling and often chronic condition...Of these approaches,
Between 75 and 93 percent of juvenile offenders have endured at least one traumatic event. Yet experts say the mental health of kids and teenagers often falls through the cracks of a system built to handle perpetrators and direct victims of violence.
American civilians, especially those exposed to violence in their own neighborhoods...The stories here take a nuanced look at the intersection of trauma, poverty and racism...Advertisement Please include your suggestions for other stories in the
Equality under the law includes gay marriage In response to a recent letter concerning gay marriage, the United States is not a true democracy, but a representative democracy. Our judicial branch interprets the law based on the Constitution. If the U.
Biking' priest files claim for Martial Law abuse June 24, 2014 8:23pm The country's so-called biking priest has joined the ranks of victims of human rights violations seeking compensation for abuses committed during Martial Law. Redemptorist priest
US army deserter' Bowe Bergdahl had deep and abiding questions about the justice of the cause he signed up for. EPA/IntelCenter The public debate around the recent prisoner swap that saw US Army sergeant Bowe Bergdahl returned from five years'
Ms Tripp a registered nurse says her nephew has apologised for his actions and must be cared for in prison. My concern is that Christopher may attempt suicide in prison ... he has a tortured mind over that car crash, she says in her letter to