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April 7, 2015


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TEMPLE GRANDIN on Learning To Drive

Temple Grandin, PhD, ranked one of the world's most influential people, will be the Keynote speaker at the 2015 USAAA World Conference July 30 - August 1 in Tucson, Arizona. There will also be a special, "One on One" with Temple Grandin following her presentation, "Journey to the Center of My Brain". Watch the video of an excerpt from a previous "One on One" with Temple Grandin at a USAAA conference. visit the Conference site...

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How can I develop SMART IEP goals for behavior problems?

The process is the same for any goal - academic or behavioral. You need to clearly define the target behavior. (Note: the behavior should be described in nonjudgmental terms.) read THE ARTICLE...
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Research Reveals Herbicides Promote Antibiotic Resistance

In the first study of its kind in the world, researchers found that commonly used herbicides also promote antibiotic resistance by priming pathogens to more readily become resistant to antibiotics. read THE ARTICLE...
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Korean Red Ginseng as an adjuvant treatment for residual symptoms of major depression

Around 20% of patients with major depression experience residual symptoms. The researchers investigated the effectiveness and tolerability of Korean Red Ginseng adjuvant treatment in patients with residual symptoms of major depression. read THE ARTICLE...
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