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Dr Thomas Insel, director of the US National Institute of Mental Health which supported the study, said: 'Although the diagnosis of autism is not usually lost over time, the findings suggest that there is a very wide range of possible outcomes.'For an individual child, the outcome may be knowable only with time and after some years of intervention.
"Research on undergraduates shows that those who have a working style based on breaking down tasks into small, manageable parts end up with better degrees," she says.In a lot of ways, your overall intelligence is fairly well established before you ever have anything to do with it.Family genetics, your diet as an infant, vaccinations, illnesses during childhood, your preschool education, even the types of punishment your parents chose to dish out—there are studies linking all these factors and hundreds more to your eventual smarts as an adult.Revision should never simply be seen as soaking up knowledge.Pupils should try to get involved in what they are studying - preferably by trying to marshal the topics they are revising.
These rats also grew more cells in their brains over the course of the study—and had more connections between those cells—than the more virginal rats.