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Independently and almost single-handedly, husband and wife Uta and Chris Frith have transformed the way we view autism and schizophrenia.Chris Frith sits at the kitchen table in his northwest London home, cutting slices of smoked salmon into irregularly-shaped pieces and then placing them in a...
Neurology journal Neurocase has an interesting study of a women who started compulsively writing poetry after having brief epileptic amnesia treated with the anti-seizure drug lamotrigine. A 76-year-old woman reported having a poor memory and short periods of disorientation and was eventually...
In many parts of the world, September ushers in the start of a new academic year. Students in countries from China to Iran to the United States are heading back to school, embarking on a new year of reading classic literature, solving complex math problems, learning science, and writing essays and...
The Washington Post: Don’t throw away your kid’s stick figure drawings just yet. Researchers found a “moderate correlation” between drawing and intelligence, a link that “seemed to be influenced by genes,” according to astudy by the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London. The test...

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