obesity virus

this is a repeat from my old blog from last year, with an update. this article showed up in medicalnews: Can You Catch Obesity? Apparently You Can, Say Researchers 30 Jan 2006. Written by Christian Norquist In the past, all we had to worry about was our ability, or inability, to resist fattening foods. According… Continue reading obesity virus

the therapist as a person – pt 4

this is a long overdue continuation from a post in march, about the therapist as a person. here is another vignette, or really almost a caricature, of the kind of role that a therapist can fall into – with all the positive and not-so-positive consequences. The Irreproachable Professional What she does: Is very mindful to… Continue reading the therapist as a person – pt 4

orchestrating attention

how does attention work? how does attention improve perception? ken paller and colleagues from northwestern university conducted a study to shed some light on this mystery: You know the sensation. When something has your full attention you see it vividly. And when you don’t pay attention, you’re liable to miss something important. … The mystery… Continue reading orchestrating attention