Racing thoughts may be a daily reality for you or an occasional annoyance. Racing thoughts are common for people with anxiety when they’re facing a stressor. They’re also common in bipolar disorder, ADHD and other medical conditions, according to Marla Deibler, PsyD, a clinical psychologist who specializes in anxiety disorders. For instance, anxious thoughts may […]
The Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles, produced by the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, are “Loose-leaf accounts of taxa (measuring 8.5 x 11 inches) prepared by specialists, including synonymy, definition, description, distribution map, and comprehensive list of literature for each taxon. Covers amphibians and Reptiles of the entire Western Hemisphere. Individual accounts […]
The paper isn’t exactly hot off the press, but someone recently lowered my entropy by sending me a copy of Stocklmayer, S. M., & Bryant, C. Science and the Public—What should people know?, International Journal of Science Education, Part B, 2(1), 81-101 (2012). Cool article!
The piece critiques the NSF’s Science Indicators “factual knowledge” questions.
As is well known to the 9.8 billion readers of this blog (we’re down another couple billion this
How do you get into a mutually beneficial relationship? That is the question researchers asked in a recent paper in the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, albeit for a squid and its bacterial partner. The researchers showed that in order for the Hawaiian bobtail squid to form a symbiotic relationship with the bioluminescent Vibrio fischeri, […]