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How Smart Is a City Raccoon?
crystallized intelligence (assoc w/ experience) and fluid intelligence ("ability to think logically and solve problems in novel situations, independent of acquired knowledge")... city raccoons got'em
via Tbeck
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april 2016 by cluebucket
ALTA's Scoring Protocols for Language Testing
this test is b.s. but useful reference for proficiency scoring
altalang.com  alta  language  test  work  study  score  protocol 
march 2016 by cluebucket
Economists Bashing Sanders's Tax Plan Admit They're Clueless
"According to CTJ’s analysis, everyone but the richest 5 percent of Americans would end up with a higher after-tax income under a single-payer health care system."
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march 2016 by cluebucket
I have water but can you drink from my hands? | MetaFilter
"'Young Scheduled caste children were taught not to stand in doorways so that they would not cast a shadow into the room where higher caste people are eating and mistakenly contaminate their food.'"

also good comment summary - "the villagers had sound economic reasons to lop more tree branches, they noticed the change and realized that it could become a problem, and they are compensating for it by reducing their dependence on the forest (which also allows the trees to grow more anyway)."
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october 2015 by cluebucket
Why trying to help poor countries might actually hurt them - The Washington Post
"The United States gave aid to Ethiopia for decades under then-President Meles Zenawi Asres, because he opposed Islamic fundamentalism and Ethiopia was so poor. Never mind that Asres was 'one of the most repressive and autocratic dictators in Africa'"
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october 2015 by cluebucket
How a Computer Predicts Schizophrenia and Psychosis - The Atlantic
“'In our study, we found that minimal semantic coherence—the flow of meaning from one sentence to the next—was characteristic of those young people at risk who later developed psychosis ... It was not the average. What this means is that over 45 minutes of interviewing, these young people had at least one occasion of a jarring disruption in meaning from one sentence to the next. As an interviewer, if my mind wandered briefly, I might miss it. But a computer would pick it up.'"
adrienne_lafrance  theatlantic  computer  health  speech  schizophrenia  mental_health  2015  2010s  psychosis  psychology  brain  prediction  algorithm  cognition  semantics  guillermo_cecchi  language  cheryl_corcoran  gillinder_bedi  study  science 
september 2015 by cluebucket
Empathy Is Actually a Choice - The New York Times
"An experiment... found that even people temporarily assigned to high-power roles showed brain activity consistent with lower empathy. ... People with a higher sense of power exhibit less empathy because they have less incentive to interact with others."

"In our view, empathy is only as limited as we choose it to be."
nytimes  2015  2010s  empathy  morality  emotion  study  daryl_cameron  michael_inzlicht  william_a_cunningham  psychology  bias  gray_matter  society  science  daniel_batson  keith_payne  experiment  motivation  karina_schumann  jamil_zaki  carol_s_dweck  jeremy_hogeveen  sukhvinder_obhi  argument  choice 
july 2015 by cluebucket
Learn something new every day: How to make learning and personal development a regular part of your life | INTO MIND
1. don't push yourself to learn something you don't enjoy
2. every little counts
3. have a goal
4. find the right study method
5. create a study plan
6. get into a routine
7. keep track of your progress
2015  2010s  into-mind.com  self-help  learning  learn  tip  how_to  skill  topic  study  goal  progress  life  hobby  josh_kaufman  carol_dweck  hour  skillshare  coursera  treehouse  w3schools  lynda  duolingo  italki  memrise  language  coding  design  programming  ted  academic  independence 
january 2015 by cluebucket
www.mainichi.me/
(っ•̀ω•́)っ✎⁾⁾ Learn Japanese each time you open a new tab
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january 2015 by cluebucket
Mythcommunication: It’s Not That They Don’t Understand, They Just Don’t Like The Answer |
"These women said they generally offered excuses that posited an inability rather than unwillingness to accept the offer because, in one woman’s words, 'that would stop the boy from blaming you.'”
...
but then the takeaway of the study? "The problem of sexual coercion cannot be fixed by changing the way women talk."
yesmeansyes  communication  conversation  speech  analysis  refusal  no  denial  power  politeness  gender  language  understanding  society  u.k.  study  sex  rape  violence  celia_kitzinger  hannah_frith  thomas_macaulay_millar  rachel_o'byrne  culture  social_change  2011  2000s  2010s 
july 2013 by cluebucket
Can You Die From A Nightmare?
"But in the last few months I've started considering a more mundane possibility: That things as common as a breakup, my dog dying, or stress at work are the primary causes of my sleep disturbances. It's deflating to think that there are people with what I consider real problems who are probably managing just fine, and here I am running into doors and almost jumping out of windows because of a breakup — but that seems to be my reality."
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september 2012 by cluebucket
For Japanese Linguist, A Long And Lonely Schlep : NPR
「シュリマーゼル」かな?
そして、
"As for Ueda, who pats his dictionary every night before going to sleep," ^_____________^
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august 2012 by cluebucket
The Benefits of Bilingualism - NYTimes.com
"The key difference between bilinguals and monolinguals may be more basic: a heightened ability to monitor the environment."
well... chyeah
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march 2012 by cluebucket

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