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Chilling Brain Scans Show the Impact of a Mother′s Love on a Child′s Brain Size : Science/Tech : Medical Daily

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Category: Health

From www.medicaldaily.com

xperts say that the sizeable difference in the two brains is primarily caused by the difference in the way each child was treated by their mothers. While at first glance, the images might indicate that the child with the right brain might have suffered a serious accident or illness, neurologists said that the truth is that the child with the shrunken brain was neglected and abused by its mother, and the child with the larger and more fully developed brain was raised in a loving, supportive home and was looked after by its mother, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

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Remains of Grandstand Recall Hitler′s Plan to Build Giant Stadium - SPIEGEL ONLINE

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Category: History

From www.spiegel.de

Prior to construction, the architect had pointed out to the Nazi dictator that the measurements of "his" playing fields did not match official Olympic dimensions. But Hitler was unconcerned and retorted: "That′s totally unimportant.

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Delaying gratification is about worldview as much as willpower Psychology Science News

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Category: Behavior

From www.sciencenews.org

Willpower alone doesn’t explain why some children forgo a marshmallow in hand for the prospect of getting two gooey treats later. Kids’ beliefs about the reliability of the people around them, such as the trustworthiness of an experimenter, can dramatically shape their willingness to wait for a sweeter payoff, a new study finds.

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