From the category archives:

Sensory Integration

Adult Amblyopes May Benefit from Perceptual Learning

WEDNESDAY, March 5 (HealthDay News) — People with amblyopia have broader bandwidth of perceptual learning in their visual system than people with normal vision, suggesting greater plasticity and wider generalization in this population, according to research released online March 3 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Chang-Bing Huang, of the University of […]

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Goodbye Frustration

By Eleanor Skale Lowenstein (parent) I suspected that my daughter Shari was a perfectionist when she was around 5 years old.  Not that perfectionism is necessarily a bad thing; I just didn’t like watching the frustration level arise in her every time she sat at the kitchen table and tried to write or do a […]

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How My Child Learning Potential Increased Dramatically

By Kathy Caruso (parent) My oldest daughter, Anya was adopted from Russia when she was almost 6 years old. She is a great kid who came with a few challenges. She had been diagnosed with a language delay in Russia, and although, she learned to speak English very quickly, she often mixed up words and […]

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Our PACE Program and Executive Function

Executive function and attention. The ability to make effective decisions requires integrative and sustained attention. The ability to search memory, to link current sensation to immediate context and connect this experience to past memories, is the quintessential attentional task.[3] Planning and working memory are essential components of executive function.[1,2] The capacity to do what we […]

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