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Going the distance: Babies reach farther with adults around
Eight-month-old infants are much more likely to reach towards distant toys when an adult is present than when they are by themselves, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The findings suggest that 8-month-olds understand when they need another person's help to accomplish a task and act accordingly. (2016-08-10)

Helping stroke survivors recover communication skills
The Cleveland Speech and Hearing Center and CWRU have established two groups to help people with aphasia, an acquired language impairment due to a neurological event (such as a stroke) that causes the loss of part of the ability to understand and use language. (2000-11-29)

PaperPhone prototype opens door to next generation of flexible, interactive computing
A potentially major advance in interactive computing and flexible technology has been made through a collaborative effort involving researchers at the Human Media Lab at Queen's University in Canada and Arizona State University engineers. They have developed a prototype for a flexible paper computer/phone. (2011-05-04)

Technology puts 'touch' into long-distance relationships
Long-distance couples can share a walk, watch movies together, and even give each other a massage, using new technologies being developed in Carman Neustaedter's Simon Fraser University lab. (2017-02-14)

People unconsciously use 'verbal gestures' when they speak
University of Chicago scientists have determined that people spontaneously use a system of communicating when they speak that either reinforces their message or provides additional information that is not conveyed by words alone. Dubbed (2006-07-21)

Catching signs of autism early: The 1-year well-baby check-up approach
A novel strategy developed by autism researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, called (2011-04-28)

FSU researcher wins $2.4M in grants to pursue early detection of autism
A Florida State University College of Medicine researcher has been awarded two separate grants from the National Institutes of Health totaling $2.4 million to continue her work in detecting autism in children as young as 18 months. (2009-10-15)

CWRU's e-SMART technologies may help young adults self-manage mental illness
While many young adults will share the details of their daily lives with dozens -- sometimes hundreds -- of friends on Facebook, communicating with their health care providers about mental illness is another story. A Case Western Reserve University researcher at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is developing new patient communications tools, using computer-based techniques to reach young adults already tied to their technology devices. (2010-09-28)

Interactive avatar boosts performance of children with ADHD
A new study has shown that an interactive avatar, which gives both instructions and feedback on the attention of the learner, can improve the performance of ADHD children on a complex problem-solving task. (2019-09-26)

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