Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ways to Inflate Your IQ Your Intelligence Level Can Fluctuate, Studies Show

Cognitive neurocientists have found that a person’s IQ may not be constant throughout life. Intelligence measures can rise and fall over the years, sometimes quickly. A program of cognitive training, even if just a few weeks in duration,  can make a … Continue reading

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Justice and ADHD

A pair of UK police officers have developed great resources to help police and public safety officials better understand Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). Justice and ADHD also helps parents and children prevent misunderstandings that could lead to unnecessary incarceration or injury. The … Continue reading

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Join us for ‘Evaluation & Testing: Who Needs Them?’

‘EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION AND TESTING: WHO NEEDS THEM?’ A NEW, FREE PROGRAM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OFFERED BY THE STUDENT CONNECTION BIRMINGHAM, Mich., Nov. 7, 2011 – The Student Connection, a company founded to create capable learners, invites the public to … Continue reading

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Hard Decisions for Learning Disabled

By JACQUES STEINBERG The New York Times,  November 3, 2011 The admissions process can be stressful for even the most gifted, organized students. But to applicants with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or learning disabilities, the path to college can feel … Continue reading

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