– Doctor Judy, how common is sensory processing disorder? – So, it’s about 5 to 16% of children, and it usually starts very young, so you’ll notice things very early on, in toddler hood most of the time. You’ll start to notice that they’re developing differently, if you have other… Continue Reading Is Endless Scrolling on Social Media Harming Kids Health?

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– Parenting a teen can be challenging, but one Texas dad came up with a very creative way to discipline his daughter. He confiscated her cellphone and took over all of her social media for two weeks. Just take a look here are a few great pictures. – [Travis] That’s… Continue Reading Dad Punishes Daughter by Taking Over Her Social Media

A presumption among many thoughtful people is that the great enemy of a good life and a decent world is something called ‘bias’. By bias, people have come to understand a twisting of the facts towards dark and entirely negative ends. According to this interpretation, bias is invariably and necessarily… Continue Reading In Praise Of Bias

– Instagram because I don’t have enough followers, get enough likes, – Yeah. – Okay, I don’t have enough followers and I don’t have enough likes. It’s interesting, isn’t it, ’cause we can already start to say that you’ve given Instagram a sort of job in your life. – Definitely.… Continue Reading “I resent social media because…” (Recovery Course Excerpt)

– As a data scientist, my answer is measure everything, right? Give me all of the data you possibly can. But that’s not practical for a couple different reasons. The first is cost. It’s expensive to make a lot of these measurements and so while it’s important for researchers, particularly… Continue Reading What biological information should be collected?