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FABBS Honors Arthur (Dan) Fisk

In his early life, Arthur (Dan) Fisk had his sights set on boxing as a career. From a career perspective, an unexpected loss of a fight was one of the best things that happened to him. He went to college …

Key Funding Bill Moves in U.S. House of Representative

On July 14, the House Appropriations Committee, on a vote of 31-19, reported out the Fiscal Year 2017 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations bill.  The bill funds several federal agencies important to FABBS members, including the National …

No Single Solution for Bullying

Media reports of bullying and its consequences have become distressingly common, especially for parents of children and teens. A spate of high profile cases that ended in suicide or violence helped fuel a national movement for legislation to define and …

More than Words: The Cornerstone of Reading Comprehension

Learning to read is one of the most fundamental, and yet most complex, tasks for young students. Despite many national initiatives to boost reading instruction, an alarming number of children still struggle: on a test sometimes called “the Nation’s Report …

Making Sense of Drug Addiction

June 3, 2014

We all know we’re supposed to make choices that are good for our long-term health, although that’s not easy when we’re faced with things that bring us pleasure right now. But for some people, the short-term benefits …

Uncovering the Truth About False Memories

by Suzanne Bouffard

Most of us can think of a time we forgot something important. But many people don’t realize that the opposite can happen: we sometimes create false memories of things that never occurred, even important things like whether …

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