A recent study of nearly 100 children with autism and 100 typically developing peers conducted by Joshua Diehl, Notre Dame assistant professor of psychology, and colleagues at Yale and Harvard universities suggests their speech difficulty may be because children with autism understand meaning differently.
What’s in America’s future?
Identical twins really aren’t identical, as their parents or anyone who spends much time with them can tell you.
Among us returnees, here at Notre Dame as in workplaces around the world, nearly every conversation includes some reference to a fresh start, a clean slate, a new beginning.
One of the arguments against a college-football playoff is that it would wreck the bowl system. But the bowls have been ruined since about 1997, give or a take an alliance or coalition.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the 13th strip in the updated, continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends.