In humans, areas specialized for visual object recognition in the ventral stream have a more inferior location in the temporal cortex , whereas areas specialized for the visual-spatial location of objects in the dorsal stream have a more superior location in the parietal cortex . However, these two streams hypothesis, although useful, are a simplification of the visual system because the two streams maintain intercommunication along their entire rostral course.

The posterior parietal cortex is a portion of the parietal lobe , which manipulates mental images, and integrates sensory and motor portions of the brain.

A majority of experiments highlights a role of human posterior parietal cortex in visual working memory and attention. We therefore have to establish a clear separation of visual memory and attention from processes related to the planning of goal-directed motor behaviors.

This is one of my favorite visuals . I feel like I already said that about a different visual – but I’m one of those ‘you can have more than one best friend people.’ So this is one of my favs.

Students with autism (and many general education students really!) are not motivated by such typical reinforcers such as teacher praise, grades, or work completion. Sometimes they need something more tangible to work for. It drives me NUTS when people insinuate that this is bribery/should not be used. My quick sassy comeback – would you go to work if you didn’t get paid? Didn’t think so lady. (feel free to use that as needed!)

For my students who have lower receptive language, they may not be able to understand when you verbally tell them “you can have computer time after you finish your work.” They may need a visual cue to understand this. I use a mini token economy system for students like this. Students can pick what they want to work for from a visual choice board.

In humans, areas specialized for visual object recognition in the ventral stream have a more inferior location in the temporal cortex , whereas areas specialized for the visual-spatial location of objects in the dorsal stream have a more superior location in the parietal cortex . However, these two streams hypothesis, although useful, are a simplification of the visual system because the two streams maintain intercommunication along their entire rostral course.

The posterior parietal cortex is a portion of the parietal lobe , which manipulates mental images, and integrates sensory and motor portions of the brain.

A majority of experiments highlights a role of human posterior parietal cortex in visual working memory and attention. We therefore have to establish a clear separation of visual memory and attention from processes related to the planning of goal-directed motor behaviors.

This is one of my favorite visuals . I feel like I already said that about a different visual – but I’m one of those ‘you can have more than one best friend people.’ So this is one of my favs.

Students with autism (and many general education students really!) are not motivated by such typical reinforcers such as teacher praise, grades, or work completion. Sometimes they need something more tangible to work for. It drives me NUTS when people insinuate that this is bribery/should not be used. My quick sassy comeback – would you go to work if you didn’t get paid? Didn’t think so lady. (feel free to use that as needed!)

For my students who have lower receptive language, they may not be able to understand when you verbally tell them “you can have computer time after you finish your work.” They may need a visual cue to understand this. I use a mini token economy system for students like this. Students can pick what they want to work for from a visual choice board.

I was running the latest version of Visual Studio 2013 and ran into the intellisense not automatically popping up when I would type a period. Now I could hit CTRL-J (list members) and it would pop up the list which showed me that it worked and was not dead per se, but I still did not have it automatically popup after typing a period. I was also running Visual Studio 2012 on the same box and it did not have the same problem; intellisense popped the list up on the period. I thought, “This ends here” and researched it. Here is what made it auto pop for me:

That brought back the auto popup for me in VS2013 and should for you as well.  This fix should work with any version of Visual Studio 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013.

It has been reported that ASP.Net users are experiencing a different kind of intellisense failure. If it is web related intellisense look into installing Visual Studio Web tools.  See

In humans, areas specialized for visual object recognition in the ventral stream have a more inferior location in the temporal cortex , whereas areas specialized for the visual-spatial location of objects in the dorsal stream have a more superior location in the parietal cortex . However, these two streams hypothesis, although useful, are a simplification of the visual system because the two streams maintain intercommunication along their entire rostral course.

The posterior parietal cortex is a portion of the parietal lobe , which manipulates mental images, and integrates sensory and motor portions of the brain.

A majority of experiments highlights a role of human posterior parietal cortex in visual working memory and attention. We therefore have to establish a clear separation of visual memory and attention from processes related to the planning of goal-directed motor behaviors.

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