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Straight from the keystrokes of the founder of Yello Dyno, Jan Wagner, the Yello Dyno Memo is an insightful and provocative series of well-crafted thoughts about protecting children from child predators. Sometimes a practical application and other times a philosophical muse, the one thing you can be sure of is that the Yello Dyno Memo will get you thinkin’. More often, it will reveal a new perspective you had never previously considered. No matter what the subject matter, there's always a prize; some little nugget of research, teaching tip, knowledge on predators or wisdom that will speak to where you are right now. The Yello Dyno Memo is free of charge, your e-mail address will never be shared, and it's easy to unsubscribe. Why not give yourself something to look forward to each month?

A Rational Decision? Don't Bet On It.
“Though they might be loathe to acknowledge it, even the most analytical people likely rely on emotions when making the simplest decisions that affect their lives, according to a brain imaging study being presented by Dr. Dean Shibata at the 87th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America. - RSNA 2001 News From Science to Patient Care

"... Our imaging research supports the idea that every time you have to make choices in your personal life, you need to 'feel' the projected emotional outcome of each choice - subconsciously, or intuitively. That feeling guides you and gives you a motivation to make the best choice, often in a split second," - Personal decisions exercise the emotional part of the brain - Walter Neary, Nov. 26, 2001, UWNEWS.org

 

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