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Autism

Autism is a life-long developmental disorder which affects how a person relates to and communicate with other people. This is a summary of how the condition can affect people, and some of their views on the disorder.

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New Study Shows That Social Networking May Cause Increases in Narcissism

The current study aimed to find a correlation between the amounts of years individuals have used the social networking website Facebook.com and the personality trait narcissism. Individual’s level of narcissism was calculated using the Narcissistic Personality Inventory or NPI-16, developed by David R. Ames, from the University of Columbia. Seventy-three participants took part in the study by completing a 36 question survey. The results of the study showed a significant correlation between the amount of years one uses Facebook and their calculated level of narcissism.

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Preventing a Lifetime of Bullying

It’s sad. I can’t go a day without reading an article in the news about someone with autism being bullied or discriminated against.

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Sensory Processing Delay

It wasn’t until about 1996 when we first began to acquire an understanding of the CNS (central nervous system) and its effect on sensory development.

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Genetic Influences on a Child’s Life

This is a brief overview of things that can affect a child before they are born, including Chromosomal Abnormalities, Developmental Factors, and Psychosocial Factors.

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The Different Fields in The Study of Psychology

There are different fields involve in the study of psychology. These fields includes Physiological, Developmental, Differential, Educational, Abnormal, Clinical, Industrial, Social, Vocational, Legal, Human Relation, Mental Hygiene and Engineering psychology.

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Hi My Name is Jayden and I AM AUTISM!

A quick view from a mother’s point of view when dealing with Autism.

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Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy has come to the forefront of Autism treatment. The success rate is a welcome help to overburdened families.

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Can Figurative Language Skills be Taught to People with Autism?

As people on the autism spectrum (ASD) grow in so many ways, the area of figurative language, idioms, sarcasm, jokes, has always been a complex and arduous area for them to understand as well as for professionals and parents to teach. Whichever side of the table you are on, it isn’t easy. Hope is here!

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