7 Second Movies - Inspired by Psychology, Ghosts and Whispering. Turn the lights out and grab the popcorn its the third instalment of Windows 7 second movies. Take position behind the sofa and see if you can guess which movie the guys have sweded this time.
Windows is launching its search for Britain's creative talent with its nationwide Windows 7 Second Movies competition giving you the opportunity to have your film shown at this year's 54th BFI London Film Festival. If you want to get involved click here: http://www.windows.co.uk/7secondmovie
Author danah boyd, a leading youth and technology expert, offers original research on teens’ use of social media, the myths that frighten caring adults, and how young people form communities. Find out more at http://www.danah.org/itscomplicated/ It’s Complicated by danah boyd. Published by Yale University Press. non-fiction/educational
Watch this video to learn how to pick the right brand colors! This video will teach you how to choose colors for logos and all marketing materials.
Did you know that understanding the psychology of color could bring you more business? Indeed it can. Color and psychology are related i.e, one is the cause and the other is the reaction. Colors have an effect on our behavior which can be positive or negative. The study of this is called color psychology. There are some popular associations to colors like the color red is symbolic of love and white of purity.
Understanding what colors mean can help businesses come up with powerful branding.
Anjalli Rajput Was Recently Honoured as Mrs Universe Asia Queen 2017 at a great function held where curtain was raised for “Mrs India Universe” titles organised by Being Tushar Dhaliwal and Archana Tomar
Quranet reveals the beauty of the Quran and its respect for human dignity. Quranet transforms the Quran into a modern and useful educational tool for parents and teachers.
Quranet interweaves the Quran, in unprecedented fashion, with modern educational approaches, thereby helping the Islamic world and the West to better understand each other.
The bold and thrilling quest to finally understand the brain—and along with it our mental afflictions, from depression to autism—by a rising star in neuroscience
Sebastian Seung, a dynamic young professor at MIT, is at the forefront of a revolution in neuroscience. He believes that our identity lies not in our genes, but in the connections between our brain cells—our own particular wiring. Seung and a dedicated group of researchers are leading the effort to map these connections, neuron by neuron, synapse by synapse. It is a monumental effort—the scientific equivalent of climbing Mount Everest—but if they succeed, they will uncover the basis of personality, identity, intelligence, memory, and perhaps disorders such as autism and schizophrenia. Seung explains how this new map of a human “connectome” might even enable us to “upload” our brains into a computer, making us effectively immortal.
Connectome is a mind-bending adventure story, told with great passion and authority. It presents a daring scientific and technological vision for at last understanding what makes us who we are, both as individuals and as a species. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/yEBoyq Non-Fiction
Dr. Ethan Lightman has invented a device that has the power to produce religious ecstasy. But after a colleague is murdered in their Yale lab, Ethan descends into a web of treachery involving a secret CIA mind control program where only he can prevent a modern Holy War. Find out moreat www.jeffreysmall.com The Jericho Deception by Jeffrey Small book trailer Thriller
As brain health becomes an ever greater concern for people of all ages, the nation’s largest senior living provider is now guiding its residents on developing and putting into practice personalized brain health plans. Brookdale devised the new resident program with the help of a neuropsychologist specializing in brain health. The company is putting it into place at its independent and assisted living communities across the country.
Through the new initiative, Brookdale’s residents will be offered a four-session course that explains key factors in brain health through classroom learning and hands-on activities. Each participant will be guided on creating an individual brain health plan to use on a daily basis. The course was developed with the assistance of Dr. Paul Nussbaum, who is Board Certified in clinical and geropsychology with a specialty in neuropsychology. An adjunct professor of neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, he is the author of “Save Your Brain.”
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Ever since Donna and John met at work three decades ago, they've had the kind of smooth, comfortable relationship that comes when attraction is accompanied by compatible interests as well as strengths and weaknesses that balance each other. They pictured their senior years as an extension of what Donna Dean calls “this nice, easy life. We didn't see the calamity that was coming.”
Brookdale Senior Living, the nation's largest dementia care provider, has created new resources for care partners as part of National Alzheimer's Awareness Month in November. The candid discussion of many of the disease's most difficult challenges includes an up-close look at Donna's and John’s lives since he developed dementia.
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