2.3 Other points for diagnostic consideration Besides having ‘criterial’ symptoms, many people with autism have additional difficulties. For instance, they may experience perceptual distortions such as perceiving normal noises as extremely loud and disturbing. These features are not always present, and are not specific to autism. It has been suggested that problems such as dyslexia and ADHD similarly have some shared features. Omitting such shared features from criteria helps to ensure that they discriminate autism from other di
Besides having ‘criterial’ symptoms, many people with autism have additional difficulties. For instance, they may experience perceptual distortions such as perceiving normal noises as extremely loud and disturbing. These features are not always present, and are not specific to autism. It has been suggested that problems such as dyslexia and ADHD similarly have some shared features. Omitting such shared features from criteria helps to ensure that they discriminate autism from other di
Great Depression and Dust Bowl
Photos for use in the Classroom
How geograph is useful in the classroom
41 Love is a Drug
Institute of Psychiatry / Maudsley Debates
Hacienda Pública I (Grupo 2)
Análisis de la intervención pública que se realiza mediante la regulación normativa y las políticas de gasto e impositivas para resolver los problemas de eficiencia y equidad del sistema económico. El curso comienza por explorar detenidamente el significado de la eficiencia económica y las diversas concepciones de equidad, para pasar posteriormente al estudio de situaciones ineficientes como el monopolio o la contaminación y sus soluciones. Se analizan también las razones principalmente
How mental health law discriminates unfairly against people with mental illness
Institute of Psychiatry / Gresham College Lectures
The Bill of Rights
Do you know your rights? Professor of Law Henry Chambers explains the lasting wisdom of the Constitution's first 10 amendments.Author(s):
Conversations with History - Ron E. Hassner
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Berkeley political scientist Ron E. Hassner for a discussion of his book, War on Sacred Grounds. Hassner discusses the challenges facing international relations scholars and policy makers as they address political conflict in which religion plays a central role. He emphasizes understanding religion on its own terms in order to move toward rationally addressing the religious processes at work in conflict situations. Hassner defines the essential feature
An quick overview of AI from both the technical and the philosophical points of view. Topics discussed include search, A*, Knowledge Representation, Neural Nets. Video of each class is available, as are problem sets.
Targeted Marketing to Referral Sources for Addiction Treatment
How to increase admissions to addiction treatment organizations by marketing to referral sources.
This is a course that covers techniques for altering speech or sound in several different ways using signal processing.
Special Subjects in Music Theory
Meant to follow the Introduction to Music Theory course. For eighth grade and up, some interesting subjects in music theory, with an emphasis on Non-Western music.
Sound, Physics and Music
For middle school and up, a short course that explains acoustics (the physics of sound waves) as it relates to music and musical instruments. Suggestions for presenting some of the concepts to younger students are included.
A Practical Laboratory for Optics Experiments
Noisy Learning: Loud but Fun Music Education Activities
The activities in this course are designed for children preschool or elementary school age. Some introduce basic music concepts; others focus on music of a particular culture. All encourage noise and activity, so they make excellent breaks from desk work, but be sure you are not disturbing the class down the hall!
Musical Travels for Children
A combination social studies and music course for children at elementary school level. Some lessons feature music to learn; others introduce interesting aspects of music in other cultures. Individual lessons can be used in any order or left out.
labview graphical programming
labview graphical programming
A project by Rice University students done in Fall 2004 for ELEC 301. An investigation of signal processing techniques applied to iris recognition.
Introduction to School Leadership
An Introduction to School Leadership for the Principal Certification Program
Introduction to Music Theory
This course introduces the basic concepts and terms needed to discuss melody and harmony. It is intended for teens or adults with no background in music theory but some familiarity with reading common notation and playing an instrument (or singing). Concepts covered include interval, major and minor keys and scales, triads and chords.