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11.2 Autism research

Horton, R. (2004) ‘The lessons of MMR’, The Lancet, 363, 6 March 2004, pp 747–749 Elsevier. Copyright © 2004 Elsevier.

In 1943, Leo Kanner described 11 children with a condition that differed “markedly and uniquely from anything reported so far”.4 He believed that the characteristics of these children, the fundamental feature of whom was their “inability to relate themselves in the ordinary way to people and situations from the beginning of life”,
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6.042J Mathematics for Computer Science (MIT)
This subject offers an introduction to Discrete Mathematics oriented toward Computer Science and Engineering. The subject coverage divides roughly into thirds: Fundamental concepts of mathematics: definitions, proofs, sets, functions, relations. Discrete structures: graphs, state machines, modular arithmetic, counting. Discrete probability theory. On completion of 6.042, students will be able to explain and apply the basic methods of discrete (noncontinuous) mathematics in Computer Science
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How to Draw Cars
You will learn to draw a basic sedan.  Learn first how to draw some moving 3-D objects. Step-by-step narration by artist Danny Page. English captions. (4:40)
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Learning Quotation Marks - Phonic Faces
Learning to use quotation marks is a mystery to many children. Using visual strategies to SHOW them what they mean quickly clears the confusion. Materials available at ElementOry.com
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Stellar Swarms
This film clip shows how birds swarm in flocks to stay safe. It shows birds destroying crops and ends with swarms of monarch butterflies. Discusses instinct and survival. Run time 02:33.
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BILD 2 - Lecture 13 - 11/4/2010
BILD 2 - Lecture 13
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Indian Sloth Bear-An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life footage of the Indian Sloth Bear in its natural habitat. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 3 Minutes)
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Building (and using) Big Digital Libraries - John Unsworth

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Duane McKenna Laboratory Beetle Genome Projects
he FedEx Institute is funding a groundbreaking genetic research project on the Asian Multicolored Ladybug that has yielded 592 million short sequences of DNA. Completion of this draft genome puts the U of M in the company of top-ranked research schools. Asian Long-horned Beetle Genome Project- The McKenna Lab has successfully mapped the full genome of this beetle, which was accidentally introduced to the United States in the 1990s. The research will aid in the effort to control the beetle, whos
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Glacier Cruise
This amateur video footage is of a glacier cruise.  It is not specified where exactly they are.  However, since the beautiful glaciers often do not look real, this video gives a nice perspective because you can see the people on the boat filming.  Much of the video is set to music. (02:17)
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War, Intervention and Development
How can we prevent a country from returning to civil war? When and how should external parties intervene in serious conflicts? This album looks at the decade of violence and destruction that occurred in Sierra Leone in the 1990's. Now that peace has finally come about through the efforts of the international community, it's time to debate whether the root causes of war have been adequately addressed, and what lessons can be learned. 50% of Sierra Leoneans are under 15 and unskilled. Lack of edu
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The Kingdoms of Life by StudyJams
Scientists group organisms (living things) with similar traits together.  Kingdoms are the largest group, and there are five of them: plant, animal, fungus, protist, and bacteria.  Grouping organisms into kingdoms helps scientists understand the similarities among living things.  Learn more about the five kingdoms with this cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also provided on this link. 
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Renouer avec la chaîne vertueuse de l'alimentation / Carlo Petrini

« Bon, propre et juste », c’est le plaidoyer de Carlo Petrini depuis plus de 25 ans. Que les générations qui viennent puissent bénéficier d’une alimentation saine, suffisante et diverse, qu’ils retrouvent un vrai plaisir dans l’acte de se nourrir. Et, parce que c’est une nécessité, que tout soit fait pour maintenir une agriculture locale, fondée sur un tissu de proximité, celle qui a, depuis des millénaires, assuré du lien social au sein des populations humaines.Aujo
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Music Video: LL Cool J: Punctuation
When you see a punctuation mark, you have to know what to do! (1min)
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2 Identifying potential consultants

Once you have decided on the sort of consultancy needed, the first problem, mentioned by Clark (1995), is identifying potential consultants. I asked an associate with considerable experience in this how she went about identifying potential consultants. Her initial, and unhelpful, response was ‘you just know’. Tacit knowledge is clearly important here. Probing elicited the following:

Firstly my organisation was
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The SMU class of 1962 celebrated their 50-year reunion during Commencement, May 11-12. This brief video captured just a few of the festivities.
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2.3.1 Behaviour

First, for many decades, ‘behaviour’ has provided the most dominant kind of evidence – what people and animals can be seen to do. Behaviour can cover a very wide range of activities. Think about examples such as a rat finding its way through a maze to a pellet of food, a participant in a memory experiment writing down words five minutes after having done a memorising task, a small group of children who are observed whilst they, jointly, use a computer to solve a problem, a teenager admi
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2.1.1 Should you stop reading to look words up?

It depends. Looking up words slows you down, and you may be able to make reasonable sense of their context without having to. For example, I found it fairly easy to guess the meaning of ‘habituation’ in paragraph 8, from the way it was discussed. However, I looked it up on the internet anyway, as I happened to have my computer on. I also looked up ‘real income’ and ‘marginal tax’ and found useful clarification of their meanings.

You have to decide how important a word seems
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533 GG. Etc. Short Shrift. Prepositions
FOLLOW ALONG ON THE WEBSITE How to Pronounce 'Etcetera': http://bit.ly/pronounce-etc Short Shrift http://bit.ly/short-shrift Prepositions Aren't Literal: http://bit.ly/not-literal SPONSORS http://ag.co/grammar Use the code "grammar" at checkout for a discount. http://audible.com/gg AMAZON AFFILIATE CODE http://quickanddirtytips.com/amazon FOLLOW GRAMMAR GIRL Twitter: http://twitter.com/grammargirl Facebook: http://facebook.com/grammargirl Snapchat: http://snapchat.com/add/thatg
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