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Renowned body language expert says Obama lost the first debate

As far as body style is concerned, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney won the first presidential dispute by a landslide, says Boston College psychology professor and Wellesley resident Joseph Tecce. Tecce has discharge years researching and

Where to Find Mammogram Parties Near Newton

Newton-Wellesley Facility offers screenings and mammograms at its Washington Street location and at two off-site Ambulatory Care Centers at 307 West Medial St., Natick and 111 Norfolk St., Walpole. To schedule a mammogram assignment at any of these

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All information about the cost of care and the business of medicine from hospitals,' doctors' and patients' perspectives. Tidings on the state's largest health insurers; the effects of salubrity care reform on coverage; rising premium costs. I asked Dr

The Candy Bar cosmetics coming to Wellesley in November

The stockpile, owned by Candace Lucas, will offer luxury cosmetics, peel care products, bath and body products, and fashion items. As we reported earlier this month, Crossing Sheer has headed over to Linden Square. Share/Bookmark. This entry was posted in

Individual differences in ability to recognize faces

Wilmer and his colleagues in the field have made multiple discoveries in the course of their research. For example, they have found that people's ability to recognize faces varies tremendously. They have also learned that face recognition does not correlate with intellect.

"Even at a place like Wellesley, which is full of brilliant, ambitious, hard-working individuals, one finds the entire spectrum," said Wilmer, "from those who have spent their lives failing to recognize friends and celebrities, to those who recognize the shallowest of acquaintances many years later."

They now know that face recognition ability is strongly genetic and cannot easily be trained or learned. "You pretty much have it or you don't," said Wilmer, "though of course there are strategies one can use -- paying attention to voices or posture, extra rehearsal -- to boost one's recognition of a particular person."

And excellent face recognizers can come from anywhere. "They don't have to be raised in a wealthy, cultured family and can come from a humble background or have a childhood filled with adversity," said Wilmer.

I'm starting to panic/get nervous a little about the college I've just been accepted early decision to. Advice?

Well, I recently applied early decision to St. Mary's College of Maryland, a public liberal arts school in Southern Maryland. Being an in-stater, I get to pay the impossibly low tuition while still getting the liberal arts education I want. I visited


No clue, but give it a shot. Some people will hate college no matter where they go, and the college always has more to offer you than you can learn. Just give it a shot and maybe you'll love it. If it doesn't work out you can probably transfer after


No clue, but give it a shot. Some people will hate college no matter where they go, and the college always has more to offer you than you can learn. Just give it a shot and maybe you'll love it. If it doesn't work out you can probably transfer after

I'm starting to panic/get nervous a little about the college I've just been accepted early decision to. Advice?

Well, I recently applied early decision to St. Mary's College of Maryland, a public liberal arts school in Southern Maryland. Being an in-stater, I get to pay the impossibly low tuition while still getting the liberal arts education I want. I visited


I don't know about America, but here in Australia, once you graduate no one cares what university or college you went to before, or whether you did honours all they is your Grade Point Average (GPA). You have to have a certain GPA to do honours, to do


I feel a lot of this research is stuff you should've done before applying; the worst thing you can do is spend 4 years in a college where you're not happy. Basically test the waters and spend a semester or 2 at St. Mary's, then transfer out if you don't


I don't know about America, but here in Australia, once you graduate no one cares what university or college you went to before, or whether you did honours all they is your Grade Point Average (GPA). You have to have a certain GPA to do honours, to do