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Data: Sat, 6 Aug 2016 16:34:06 +0200
Nadawca: LeoTar <LeoTar@wp.pl>
Firma/Organizacja: Sunrise Services
Grupy dyskusyjne: pl.sci.psychologia,pl.sci.medycyna

A amerykańscy lekarze nadal trwają, uparcie twierdzą, że rozwój
umysłowy to wyłącznie sprawa fizjologii i biologii. I psychika, którą
trzeba naprawić nie ma nic do tego. To tak jakby stwierdzić, że
informacja nie ma żadnego wpływu na to co się dzieje w komputerze (albo
w organizmie).

Children with Down Syndrome Can Develop Twice as Fast, Write Physicians
in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons

TUCSON, Ariz., June 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the old paradigm,
children with developmental cognitive disabilities (“mental
retardation”) were too often considered uneducable and incurable,write
obstetrician/gynecologists Patrick James (“Paddy Jim”) Baggot and Rocel
Medina Baggot in the summer issue of the Journal of American Physicians
and Surgeons. But analysis of a 25-year longitudinal data base
containing 248 children with Down syndrome showed that special training
could double the rate of intellectual development.

The method, developed at the Institutes for the Achievement of Human
Potential (IAHP), includes movement exercises, “patterning,” early
reading and mathematical education, and athletic activities. Baggot
explains that physical exercise promotes brain development in several ways.

IAHP staff train parents and caregivers to perform the therapy. The
staff performs a standardized developmental assessment before initiation
of therapy and at a follow-up visit an average of 13 months later.

The rate of change of the neurological age vs. change in chronological
age was compared for the two assessments. The authors explain that the
speed of development approximately doubled after therapy began. For
example, a child with a neurologic age of about 8 months at age 13
months was making about 6 months of neurologic progress in a 10-month
interval. That child at his first follow-up might have made 13 months of
neurologic progress over 7.5 months, a rate of 17 months neurologic
progress per 10 months, or nearly twice as fast as before treatment.

The authors state that these results, which show strong positive effects
from environmental enrichment, are consistent with findings of animal
research, as well as studies of children adopted from deprived
circumstances.

Combined mental and physical training stimulate nerve cell growth.
“Development is a physiologic process, and can be manipulated, just like
pulse or blood pressure,” they write.

“Down syndrome children have much greater potential for development than
many realize. Methods discussed here for environmental enrichment should
be studied for their potential to enhance brain development in other
conditions, and in normal children as well,” they conclude.

The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons is published by the
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), a national
organization representing physicians in all specialties since 1943.

Contact: Paddy Jim Baggot, M.D., pjbaggot@hotmail.com, or Jane M.
Orient, M.D., (520) 323-3110, janeorientmd@gmail.com

zródło:

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LeoTar 




Data: Sat, 6 Aug 2016 16:54:03 +0200
Nadawca: LeoTar <LeoTar@wp.pl>
Firma/Organizacja: Sunrise Services
Grupy dyskusyjne: pl.sci.psychologia,pl.sci.medycyna

LeoTar pisze:

> A amerykańscy lekarze nadal trwają uparcie twierdzą, że rozwój to
> umysłowy to wyłącznie sprawa fizjologii i biologii. I psychika,
> którą trzeba naprawić nie ma nic do tego. To tak jakby stwierdzić, że
> informacja nie ma żadnego wpływu na to co się dzieje w komputerze
> (albo w organizmie).
>
> Children with Down Syndrome Can Develop Twice as Fast, Write
> Physicians in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
>
> TUCSON, Ariz., June 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the old
> paradigm, children with developmental cognitive disabilities (“mental
> retardation”) were too often considered uneducable and incurable,
> write obstetrician/gynecologists Patrick James (“Paddy Jim”) Baggot
> and Rocel Medina Baggot in the summer issue of the Journal of
> American Physicians and Surgeons. But analysis of a 25-year
> longitudinal data base containing 248 children with Down syndrome
> showed that special training could double the rate of intellectual
> development.
>
> The method, developed at the Institutes for the Achievement of Human
> Potential (IAHP), includes movement exercises, “patterning,” early
> reading and mathematical education, and athletic activities. Baggot
> explains that physical exercise promotes brain development in
> several ways.
>
> IAHP staff train parents and caregivers to perform the therapy. The
> staff performs a standardized developmental assessment before
> initiation of therapy and at a follow-up visit an average of 13
> months later.
>
> The rate of change of the neurological age vs. change in
> chronological age was compared for the two assessments. The authors
> explain that the speed of development approximately doubled after
> therapy began. For example, a child with a neurologic age of about 8
> months at age 13 months was making about 6 months of neurologic
> progress in a 10-month interval. That child at his first follow-up
> might have made 13 months of neurologic progress over 7.5 months, a
> rate of 17 months neurologic progress per 10 months, or nearly twice
> as fast as before treatment.
>
> The authors state that these results, which show strong positive
> effects from environmental enrichment, are consistent with findings
> of animal research, as well as studies of children adopted from
> deprived circumstances.
>
> Combined mental and physical training stimulate nerve cell growth.
> “Development is a physiologic process, and can be manipulated, just
> like pulse or blood pressure,” they write.
>
> “Down syndrome children have much greater potential for development
> than many realize. Methods discussed here for environmental
> enrichment should be studied for their potential to enhance brain
> development in other conditions, and in normal children as well,”
> they conclude.
>
> The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons is published by the
> Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), a national
> organization representing physicians in all specialties since 1943.
>
> Contact: Paddy Jim Baggot, M.D., pjbaggot@hotmail.com, or Jane M.
> Orient, M.D., (520) 323-3110, janeorientmd@gmail.com
>
> zródło:
> https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2016/06/14/848524/0/en/Children-with-Down-Syndrome-Can-Develop-Twice-as-Fast-Write-Physicians-in-the-Journal-of-American-Physicians-and-Surgeons.html


Moje zasadnicze zastrzeżenie dotyczy następującego stwierdzenia w tym
tekście:

" [...]

Combined mental and physical training stimulate nerve cell growth.
“Development is a physiologic process, and can be manipulated, just like
pulse or blood pressure,” they write.

[...] "

Nie wystarczy manipulować fizjologią aby osiągnąć pozytywny rezultat.
Trzeba jeszcze uwolnić/wyzwolić umysł ze zniewolenia emocjonalnego,
które jest PODSTAWOWĄ przyczyną zaburzeń rozwojowych, i tych
biologicznych i tych umysłowych. Przecież zaburzenia te występują
równocześnie ale za sprawne działanie urządzenia jakim jest organizm nie
odpowiada wyłącznie biologia, lecz także - a może przede wszystkim -
informacja i procedury jej przetwarzania. Sprawna fizjologia sprzyja
dobrym transmisjom ale nie jest w stanie naprawić błędnie zainicjowanej
i uszkodzonej informacji. Taki system trzeba przeprogramować na
najniższym poziomie.

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