The population required to achieve such a score on a test (+13 standard deviations) would indicate an intelligence so rare that there isn’t a realistic way to consider it. Also, the population itself would likely require a society that has … Continue reading What would an IQ of 325 look like?
What Effect Does Personality Have on the Perception of Body Image in University Students? Abstract The purpose of this research is to identify a correlation between Extraversion and Body image Satisfaction, as well as the effect of current enrollment in … Continue reading Personality and Body Image
I explained this to a friend once who is concerned that her younger adult brother is likely on the high functioning end of the autism spectrum. My first question is always, how is it affecting their life? Are they having … Continue reading Should Autism Be Diagnosed If Someone Can Live With It?
Imagine this: You’re lying on your bed, peacefully playing Tetris, while there’s a circle of people running in a circular pattern around you, squawking like chickens. Occasionally somebody squawks at you and starts crying when you stare at them blankly, … Continue reading How Do Autistic People Think?
I. Introduction Why is school so boring? This is the ubiquitous question that has nagged at school-aged children ever since the inception of the now archaic Prussian system of standardized education. (“Why Is The United States Still Using The Prussian … Continue reading Interest Oriented Education: Death to Standardized Education
One of the major innovations in music since the late 20th century has been the advent of a new type of music, called “electronic music”. Electronic music developed parallel to other genres of music in the past, especially rock and … Continue reading History of Electronic Music Since 1970
Introduction Below is a conversation I had on Facebook with a former friend. I had noticed many narcissistic traits throughout our friendship, but I always let them slide. This conversation was simply the straw that broke the camel’s back. I … Continue reading Conversation With A Narcissist
The standard, quantifiable definition of “gifted” denotes possessing an IQ of 130 or higher as per Psychometric testing, though there’s also musical, artistic, creative, and athletic giftedness. These are considered by many to be concrete forms of intelligence in and … Continue reading How Likely Are Two Average Parents To Have A Gifted Child?
Success in mathematics has more to do with work ethic and diligence than raw intelligence; even people that are gifted or talented in ways that are conducive to mathematical ability (spatial reasoning, pattern recognition) have to practice consistently, or else … Continue reading Is There A Such Thing As A Mathematical Brain?
In the spring of 2019 I achieved the goal I abandoned over a decade prior: I achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University – Japan Campus; a degree in two fields I actually enjoyed. These fields were the … Continue reading Why I Dropped Out Of Graduate School