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TheSaneParty.com has just announced that its founder, Kenneth Shipman, has released a book of essays that provides a ground-breaking, simple way of looking at the Constitution that makes both
Far from processing every word we read or hear, our brains often do not even notice key words that can change the whole meaning of a sentence.
In response to high demand, the Boston-based test preparation website launches a free question bank packed with 200 analogy practice questions geared to students applying to graduate programs.
This is the first suggestion of a heritable abnormality in otherwise healthy humans, and this has important implications for our understanding of the genetic basis of cognition.
A 9- and an 11-year-old helped their mom design Brush of Truth, a book app for kids ages 8 to 12, to help get tweens into reading.
- Having a loud voice; vociferous; clamorous.
- Of grand or imposing sound.