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Nour dijo el 26/06/2013
Maybe this will help put your extended adolncesce in perspective, courtesy of John Rosmonde also known as products of late 1980 s and 90 s Gifted really? and talented programs. How they raise their kids is a touchy subject for lots of parents. When I was growing up, it was said that one should not engage in discussions of religion or politics. These days, engaging in conversation concerning how someone raises their children is just as likely to end the relationship as a discussion of their religious or political beliefs. The further problem is that anti-intellectualism is in the air. In “The Iron Lady,” the aged Margaret Thatcher, as portrayed by Meryl Streep, becomes quite agitated when her physician asks her how she’s feeling. She reprimands him, noting that it is a person’s thoughts, not their feelings, that truly count, that truly reflect the character of the person. Indeed, feelings are functional only when they are under intellectual control. When the opposite is the case, when feelings rule thought processes, irrational thinking and behavior are the inevitable outcome. Furthermore, when feelings rule, facts become irrelevant. Examples abound of widely held beliefs that have little if any basis in fact. To the believers in question, that makes no difference. They FEEL, and that’s enough for them. I recently came across a study showing that when adults praise ability, performance actually worsens. Praising effort, on the other hand, raises performance over time. This is the difference between telling a child he’s really good at math and telling a child you’re proud of how much effort he put forth studying for the math test (irrespective of his grade). Over time, the former child’s math grades are likely to go down, while the latter child’s go up. Apparently, ability-based praise causes the former child to believe he is entitled to good grades in math, no matter his effort. So, he does less and less. This finding just goes to show that regardless of context, entitlement is corrosive. It does not bring out the best in people and may in fact bring out the worst, including increasing demands for more entitlements. The interesting thing about the research in question is that when the researcher informed parents–who tend, in general, to believe praising ability is good–of her results, the majority dismissed it, became defensive, or flat out told her they didn’t care, they were going to keep right on telling their kids how wonderful they were. That’s irrational. That’s a prime example of the axiom that when a person “thinks with his feelings,” he does not think well. Here we have parents for whom facts are irrelevant. They won’t even consider them. They think that they, and only they, know what’s best for their children, not some academic. That’s not true, of course. It is difficult at best for parents to be objective. The purpose of research-based information is to help them make better decisions. Granted, not all research is equal. Some is garbage, but this particular study was not. Why didn’t the study’s results cause parents to reconsider their praise policies? Because giving praise made them feel good, and receiving praise made their children feel good. As the refrain of a popular ’70s tune put it, “Feelings, nothing more than feelings.” They rule the day. For more than 40 years, parents and schools have put more emphasis on children’s feelings (i. e., making them feel good about themselves) than their thoughts. This is why so many of them have such difficulty thinking straight: choosing responsibility over irresponsibility, delaying gratification, holding back the wild horses of their impulses. It’s bad enough when children operate on the basis of feelings. It’s potentially catastrophic when their parents do as well.
Sonia dijo el 26/06/2013
美國早已出現強勁通漲了 小弟身在溫哥華 不時會南下到美國買食物 (溫哥華食物價貴得離譜) 現時美國日用品和食物價格已比年初上升了10-20% 美國CPI計法得淡笑 1. 美國 (特別是Osama Ben Bernanke) 最喜歡用Core Inflation 亦即是CPI 減能源價格 減食物價格 理由 噢 因為食物和能源價格波動大 把他們放在CPI不準確 (並不是因為能源和食物佔開支只是一小部份) 2. 如果某一樣在CPI內的商品因價格太高而令人們少了購買 這東西將不會再被CPI計算 例. 如果牛扒是CPI的成份之一 而牛扒價格上漲 人們可能買不起牛扒而去買漢堡扒 而因此 牛扒被撇除在CPI成份以外 理由 因為現在人們不買牛扒了 (但不買牛扒正正是因為價格上漲 不把牛扒持續放在CPI內是一種bias)3. 美國計算通漲會進行hedonic adjustment 亦即把 品質 計算進去 例. 如果昨天一輛車是10000USD 今天是20000USD但車的速度是從前的兩倍 那通漲是0 例2. 如果昨天一隻雞蛋是1USD 今天是2USD但雞蛋的 營養價值 是從前的兩倍 那通漲是0 其實看看國際商品價格 便知道有沒有通漲了 通漲跟本早已殺到全世界 美國即使不斷輸出通漲也未能避免本地物品價格持續升高 那些不斷地說 通漲溫和 的人 必定是早已修練得一身好本領 可以只吸仙氣不吃人間煙火便能活的奇人
Dilly dijo el 28/06/2013
That's a smart answer to a trkicy question
Stretch dijo el 13/07/2016
Ik heb Herman 2 keer 8o681ntmoetࢩ De eerste keer toen ik vrijwilliger was in een buurthuis in Weert. Ik was 15 jaar en ik vond het maar een gekke vent en een arrogante ‘L’.De 2e keer woonde ik net in A’dam. Overdag liep ik een cafe in aan de Prinsengracht en stond een klein mannetje midden in de doorgang naar buiten te staren. Moest even uit zijn trance komen om mij door te laten. ‘s Avonds kwam ik weer in de Jordaan en was er een filmcrew bezig om filmopname te maken voor Cha Cha en realiseerde ik me wie dat mannetje was geweest ‘s morgens….