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Genie was a feral child who was discoverd in the fall of 1970 when the debate over language development was at its peak. Genie soon found herself immeresed in the "Forbidden Experiement".
In 1848, Phineas Gage had a strange accident that forever changed the way we understand brain injuries and the inner workings of the brain itself. His case will forever be a part of medical history.
Iceland, believe it or not, is not a far trek from the East Coast of the United States or Western Europe. In five hours or less, you can be walking the streets of Reykjavik enjoying the people, the food and drink, and their World class spas.
Parakeet's are great starter pets. This article explores some of the things you should consider before you buy one of these wonderful birds.
Saint Petersburg is filled with many wonderful and culturally relevant attractions. This article offers some suggestions as to what should not be missed.
Going to Russia seems like a daunting task, especially for those of us who grew up thinking it was off limits to visit. Saint Petersburg is a place not to be missed. This article offers tips for preparing for an adventure to Saint Petersburg.
Have you ever been frustrated that you can't remember something? This is a common occurance for most humans, yet it's easy to forget how much we take memory for granted. Clive Wearing, the man with no short term memory gives us a glimpse into how important our memory system truly is to our lives.
The Bystander Effect is a tragic, yet real, part of the human experience. Why do we not help others when they may or may not be in trouble? Video examples of this very interesting psychological concept are provided.