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  • Economic Structure

    What is the meaning of an “agent centered” notion of power? What are the three kinds of power that can be exercised in an economic system? What are the three forms of economic structures and how is each influenced by power? What is the idea of a structural hybrid? How can this approach provide a basis for formulating a viable and achievable alternative? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Real Utopias as an Alternative

    What distinguishes a ‘real utopia’ from a plain utopia? Why should the question of viability take precedence over the question of achievability when it comes to establishing real utopias? What is the meaning of an emancipatory alternative? How is Wikipedia an example of an emancipatory alternative? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Democracy

    What is the definition of democracy? In what two ways can a society fail to realize democratic values? How does capitalism impede democracy? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Class Structures

    According to Marxist theory, what forms the basis of the class struggle? What is the status of the middle class today? Why are they considered to be an “ideological illusion”? What is the meaning of “petty bourgeoisie” with regard to class exploitation? What is the Marxist analysis of classes as compared to the Weberian view? What makes the Marxist view superior? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Marxist Theory and Capitalism

    What is Capitalism? What is the Marxist view of Capitalism? How is Marxist tradition a form of emancipatory social science? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • First Five Minutes

    After somebody has suffered a severe trauma, how important are the first few minutes? If you are the first to the scene of an injury, how important is it to stop the blood flow and how is this done? What did we learn from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan that can help in a civilian medical emergency? How can army regulation first aid kits be useful in civilian life? These questions answered by: Dr. Andre Campbell, who is Professor of Clinical Surgery at University of California, San Francisco

  • Trauma Centre

    What is a Trauma Centre and System? Why do injured patients need different levels of care than ill patients? How do Trauma centers vary in their specific capabilities? These questions answered by: Dr. Andre Campbell, who is Professor of Clinical Surgery at University of California, San Francisco

  • Surgery

    Surgery What are the key issues in the field of trauma surgery? What are the future challenges in American Surgery? How can we inspire the next generation of surgeons? These questions answered by: Dr. Andre Campbell, who is Professor of Clinical Surgery at University of California, San Francisco

  • Trauma Surgeon

    Trauma Surgeon What is a Trauma Surgeon? What is Surgical Training like for general and trauma surgeons? Why did you decide to be a surgeon? These questions answered by: Dr. Andre Campbell, who is Professor of Clinical Surgery at University of California, San Francisco

  • Canadian military transitioning to civilian life

    Where is the best context to place veterans who are transitioning to civilian life? How important is it to recognize the unique nature of veterans as a cultural group transitioning to civilian life? How can culturally specific nursing be tailored to meet the needs of veterans? How can we better understand the experience of transitioning to civilian life within the context of the veteran culture? These questions answered by: Dr Susan Ray is Associate Professor at School of Nursing, Western University, London, Ontario

  • Contemporary treatment approaches for trauma

    What are the contemporary treatment approaches for trauma? Are contemporary treatment approaches helping peacekeepers to heal from psychological trauma? How important is self - healing as a treatment for trauma? What should treatment approaches be focused on? These questions answered by: Dr Susan Ray is Associate Professor at School of Nursing, Western University, London, Ontario

  • The impact of PTSD on families

    What are the main symptoms of PTSD in veterans? Why is there a limited amount of literature on the impact of PTSD on a veteran's family? How helpful are supportive families and friends on helping with the peacekeepers PTSD? What is the impact of PTSD on a veterans’ families? These questions answered by: Dr Susan Ray is Associate Professor at School of Nursing, Western University, London, Ontario

  • Healing from the trauma of peacekeeping

    What are the most common causes of trauma for peacekeepers? How common is it for peacekeepers to suffer from trauma as a result of experiencing stigma from the military culture? Why does the military need to further their understanding about military psychological trauma? What are the current treatment approaches that focus on grieving the loss of the band of brothers and their military careers? These questions answered by: Dr Susan Ray is Associate Professor at School of Nursing, Western University, London, Ontario

  • Precipitation and Arid Ecosystems

    What effect has climate change had on rainfall? Of what importance is precipitation in an arid ecosystem? What is the meaning of soil CO2 efflux, and how is this related to precipitation in an arid ecosystem? What influence does fire play on the carbon flux in drylands? These questions answered by: Professor Scott Collins - Regents Professor of Biology and Loren Potter Chair of Ecology at the University of New Mexico

  • Arid Land Ecosystems and Climate Change

    Why are arid ecosystems potentially more sensitive to climate change than other ecosystems? What influence might climate change have on dominant and subdominant species growing in these areas? What are Nitrogen Depositions and what part do they have in arid ecosystems and their response to climate change? These questions answered by: Professor Scott Collins - Regents Professor of Biology and Loren Potter Chair of Ecology at the University of New Mexico

  • Climate Change

    What is the main cause of climate change today? What influences have already been noted on ecosystems due to climate change? Is climate change alone responsible for the changing ecosystems or are there other factors too? These questions answered by: Professor Scott Collins - Regents Professor of Biology and Loren Potter Chair of Ecology at the University of New Mexico

  • Arid Ecosystems

    What is the meaning of an arid ecosystem? What is a semi-arid ecosystem? How is it different to an arid ecosystem? What are the characteristics of crops and animals that are indigenous to these ecosystems? Why are these ecosystems under threat today? These questions answered by: Professor Scott Collins - Regents Professor of Biology and Loren Potter Chair of Ecology at the University of New Mexico

  • Blindsight

    What is blindsight? How common are cases of blindsight and how can it be detected or described? Do cases of blindsight involve conscious or unconscious decision making processes? These questions answered by: Berit (Brit) Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri in St. Louis (UMSL) and faculty at the Network for Sensory Research at the University of Toronto. Kristian Marlow - Graduate student and managing at the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. He is president of the University of Missouri in St. Louis Philosopher’s Forum.

  • Autism

    What is the Intense World Theory as it pertains to Autism? What makes this theory different from other theories explaining Autism Spectrum Disorder? How does acceptance of theory affect treatment of ASD? Are there any limitations to this theory as it develops? These questions answered by: Berit (Brit) Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri in St. Louis (UMSL) and faculty at the Network for Sensory Research at the University of Toronto. Kristian Marlow - Graduate student and managing at the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. He is president of the University of Missouri in St. Louis Philosopher’s Forum.

  • Savant Syndrome

    What is Savant Syndrome and what are the characteristics of someone with this syndrome? Is Savant Syndrome developed or acquired? How does research suggest that most people have savant-like abilities? Do neurotypical people have a realistic chance to experience mental functions akin to those of savant syndrome in the future? These questions answered by: Berit (Brit) Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri in St. Louis (UMSL) and faculty at the Network for Sensory Research at the University of Toronto. Kristian Marlow - Graduate student and managing at the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. He is president of the University of Missouri in St. Louis Philosopher’s Forum.

  • Color Perception

    How is the perception of color involved in synesthesia? What is the difference between an internal and external color experience? To what extent are the colour associations seen in grapheme color synaesthesia unique to each synesthete? Are there any cognitive advantages associated with color-synesthesia? These questions answered by: Berit (Brit) Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri in St. Louis (UMSL) and faculty at the Network for Sensory Research at the University of Toronto. Kristian Marlow - Graduate student and managing at the Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research. He is president of the University of Missouri in St. Louis Philosopher’s Forum.

  • Adult ADHD

    What are the main facts about adult ADHD? Why do adults often trivialize their ADHD symptoms? How important is it to seek diagnosis for adult ADHD? What affect does ADHD have on relationships? These questions answered by: Dr. Mark Bertin, a board certified developmental behavioral pediatrician. Dr. Bertin is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College, is on the faculty of the Windward Teacher Training Institute. He is the author of “The Family ADHD Solution”.

  • Treating ADHD

    Why is ADHD such a misunderstood condition? What are the most common myths about ADHD? What are the behavioral and educational approaches that increase academic and social success in children with ADHD? What advice can you give when choosing medication for ADHD? These questions answered by: Dr. Mark Bertin, a board certified developmental behavioral pediatrician. Dr. Bertin is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College, is on the faculty of the Windward Teacher Training Institute. He is the author of “The Family ADHD Solution”.

  • ADHD Mark Bertin

    What are signs that one should look for in determining that their child may have ADHD? How does a specialist diagnose ADHD? If a parent thinks their child may have ADHD, what is their next step? Why is it important to seek evaluation for ADHD? These questions answered by: Dr. Mark Bertin, a board certified developmental behavioral pediatrician. Dr. Bertin is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College, is on the faculty of the Windward Teacher Training Institute. He is the author of “The Family ADHD Solution”.

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  • Erik olin Wright

  • Erik Cornish

  • Erik Young

  • Melissa Wright

  • Peter Wright

  • Mark Harris

  • Marc Bekoff

  • Loretta Breuning

  • Eitan Friedman

  • David Allen

  • William Hersh

  • Jeffrey Borer

  • Arya m. Sharma

  • Justin Brown

  • Steven Levine

  • Dr kenneth r. Pelletier

  • Edythe Weeks

  • Abraham Morse

  • Steven j. Weisman, md

  • Stephen Whittle

  • Eric Anderson

  • Barny Whitman

  • Jamie Hopkins

  • Marcia Dawkins