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Join us for a conversation with disability advocate, Madelaine Sayko. We'll discuss cognitive, neurological, and psychological disabilities in the workplace, implementing comprehensive return-to-work programs, and how to foster better collaboration among organizations that provide services to individuals with brain injury.
Madelaine is President of Cognitive Compass, where her work is directed towards improving employment outcomes for challenged individuals in both the veteran and civilian community. She sits on the board of The Acquired Brain Injury Network of Pennsylvania (ABIN-Pa) and is the Community Education Coordinator for Delaware County, PA. Madelaine authored a significant portion of the ABIN-Pa peer-to-peer training manual: Building a New Life After Brain Injury, and is a contributor to the brain injury guidebook: You Look Great, by John C. Byler. She has also written a caregivers guide that was used in brain injury training for social workers, and served on the Governor’s Brain Injury Recovery Task Force as Chair for Cross Collaboration of Services, and as a representative on the Stakeholders Committee.
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THE SCIENCE AND METAPHYSICS OF LOVE
ºLo-phi (love). When the nest of electrical and sound pressure fields
around the heart converge in golden mean ratio wave nests, then
unlimited information transfer between worlds can cascade. Waves
find this arithmetic and geometric heterodyne or beat note noninterference
pattern, most touch permissive. EL-(the turn or phase
Laughology is a unique and innovative system which uses the psychology of laughter and humour as a personal development tool. Listen to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston RGN is joined by, Stephanie Davies a cognitive laughter and humour consultant, to discuss the links between humour, laughter, health and well-being. Explaining how we can use humour as a positive thinking and behaviour tool, to improve our communication and relationships, enhance our well-being and resilience in difficult times.
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Analytical chemist Raychelle Burks talks forensic chemistry, using pop culture to explain chemistry, the Curly-haired Mafia, #BlackandSTEM, girls in science, DIY Science Zone with ethicist and science writer Kelly Hills. Follow @DrRubidium @rocza
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Logicast regular Jeremiah Beene joins us to discuss the Science of Rioting and how Law Enforcement officials might be working with outdated or false information when dealing with this phenomenon.
Also on tonight's show: Answers in Genesis got its ass kicked in Kentucky and the Torture Report was released.
Logicast is a weekly radio show that airs every Thursday @ 9:00 PM EST. Check us out at www.facebook.com/logicast or follow our channel at www.blogtalkradio.com/logicast and catch up on previous shows.
Cognitive neuroscientist and author of FLICKER, Your Brain on Movies Jeff Zacks talks with Jennifer Ouellette about the history of cinema and the latest research to explain what happens between your ears when you sit down in the theatre and the lights go out.
Zacks is the Director of The Dynamic Cognition Laboratory in the Psychology Department at Washington University in St. Louis.
"Research in the lab explores two main areas - how we perceive and represent temporal structure in everyday activity and how we process spatial relationships between the body and external objects. Research methods combine behavioral experimentation, functional neuroimaging studies, and information technology design." Follow @JenLucPiquant
Bethany Brookshire talks with Kelly about drugs, cookies and science in the kitchen. Follow @rocza @SciCurious
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