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The Party: a virtual experience of autism - 360 video. The Party allows you to enter the world of an autistic teenager, Layla, who is at a surprise birthday celebration.

The Party: a virtual experience of autism - 360 video

You will hear her thoughts about what she is experiencing and how it is affecting her, and share the sensory overload that leads to a meltdown (an intense response to an overwhelming situation). The drama provides viewers with a powerful first-person perspective on the challenges that social situations may present to someone on the autism spectrum. Autism affects more than one in 100 people in the UK. Compared with autistic males, females on the autism spectrum are more likely to go unrecognised and unsupported, often with severe consequences for their wellbeing and mental health.

This is partly because the diagnostic conventions are biased towards males, meaning they are insensitive to more female-typical autism presentations. You can watch the film as a YouTube 360 video. Warning: this film contains effects which may cause anxiety for some viewers. Divergent thinking exercise. Ted Ed Riddles. Thought Experiments. 1.

Thought Experiments

Common Features of Thought Experiments Thought experiments are conducted for diverse reasons in a variety of areas, be it in the moral, mathematical, or natural realm (see, e.g., De Mey, 2006). We leave aside those that simply entertain. Some thought experiments fulfil a specific function within a theory (see Boorsboom et al., 2002). Others are executed because it is impossible to run the experimental scenario in the real world (see Sorensen, 1992, pp. 200–202). 101 ethical dilemmas. Frans de Waal: Moral behavior in animals. Docs, Comedies, Videos & Articles. Hand Feeding & Playing With A Friendly Platypus. Information is Beautiful. RSA Animate: The Truth About Dishonesty. You Can Hear The Difference Between Hot and Cold Water. Entre chien et loup. Entre chien et loup Vous êtes 1.506.000 auditeurs à écouter cette émission (elle a été classée 1ère en audience cumulée parmi toutes les stations nationales et 1ère parmi les stations généralistes - résultats Médiamétrie sur la période septembre-octobre 2016) Merci de votre fidélité Articles scientifiques: Frantz LA, Mullin VE, Pionnier-Capitan M, et coll.

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Untitled. Pinterest brainteasers. Paula Zuccotti documents the things people touch in a day. Paula Zuccotti How many things do you touch in one minute?

Paula Zuccotti documents the things people touch in a day.

How about an hour? Paula Zuccotti asked people of different ages and backgrounds all over the world to make note of how many objects they touch during a day for her series “Every Thing We Touch.” The photos were turned into a book that was published this past December. Zuccotti—a designer and trends forecaster who founded the Overworld, a consultancy agency that specializes on the interaction between culture and technology—was curious to learn more about how our daily interactions come to define ourselves and what she might be able to learn about the things we “need, appreciate, consume, or simply touch.”

“I was amazed at the honest X-rays from our everyday lives that emerged from the photos,” she wrote via email. How it's made : comment remplir des tubes de dentifrice. BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts. 25 Superb Optical Illusions For Kids. An optical illusion (also called a visual illusion) is characterized by visually perceived images that differ from objective reality.

25 Superb Optical Illusions For Kids

The information gathered by the eye is processed in the brain to give a perception that does not tally with a physical measurement of the stimulus source. There are three main types: literal optical illusions that create images that are different from the objects that make them, physiological ones that are the effects on the eyes and brain of excessive stimulation of a specific type (brightness, color, size, position, tilt, movement), and cognitive illusions, the result of unconscious inferences. Source Wikipedia. These optical illusions for kids help them in increasing concentration power and sharpen their focus. Though these optical illusions are for kids, we are sure that adults will enjoy them, as well.

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