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Slips of The Tongue

Imagine you and your boyfriend were lying in bed, holding each other, comfortably and delightfully. And all of a sudden, he called you by his previous girlfriend’s name. What would you do? Did he call the ex’s name because he still had feelings for her? Or did he, as he would defend for himself, just make a slip of tongue? And can we judge whom your boyfriend truly loved by that slip? To understand what he was really thinking about at that moment, we have to examine what slips of the tongue are and what they can tell us.

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See no evil...

December selection of the Slippery Brain Sodality, discussion started Dec. 5th, 2010

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 14E

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 14E

Facilitated by Amenah, skindeep

Emotions and Classroooms

 

 

 

 

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See no evil...

 

 

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 14B

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 14C

Facilitated by epeck, LizJ, bennett

Stereotypes and Stereotype Threat

 

 

 

Your continuing thoughts about this and its relation to the classroom in the forum below ....

 

 

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 14A

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 14A

Facilitated by Abby EM

Carol Dweck's Mindsets and Consequences for Educators

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 11B

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 13B

Facilitated by Evren

Athletics, Music, and Education

 

 

What role does repetition/practice play in the development of athletic, musical, dance skill/ability?

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