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Science of ADHD
Name: Charles T.
Date: 2002-05-24 11:52:21
Link to this Comment: 2133

For your info, here's a new ADHD resource which discusses ADHD and the science behind how some FDA approved medicines can temporarily reduce distractibility, increase attention span, and improve fine motor control.

Discusses EEG, MRI, and SPECT brain scans.
Name: arnold2500
Date: 2006-07-17 06:57:22
Link to this Comment: 19880

Dramatically improve comprehension and test scores. Focus until material is mastered .Get better grades, Receive immediate results and one-on-one tutoring. Regards

Class Assignment
Name: R Heaton
Date: 2006-11-03 00:23:46
Link to this Comment: 20858

For my CS380 class I am attempting to affect the results of the Bryn Mawr Google-type search engine.
I would like to increase the ranking of some of my spam-type sites. As it is now they don't even show up in the search engine!
I don't think they are getting crawled. By the way, my name's Rachel Heaton, though to be honest, the previous link has nothing to do with me.

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Name: Webmaster
Date: 2006-11-28 14:33:16
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