Support: Study claims that encouragement is more effective than criticism in improving an athlete's performance.
"Dr Paul Freeman said that a player's game is definitely affected by their frame of mind and negative feedback could have the opposite effect.
'There are times when the hairdryer treatment works but as a general rule positive support is going to have more long term benefits,' he said.
'Over a longer period I definitely think this support is more affective.'
Scofflaw: Big Bad Wolf gets off lightly, as jury of Philadelphia third-graders pronounce him "not guilty" after being charged with destruction of property and frightening the Three Little Pigs".
"A similar scene took place in five other City Hall courtrooms yesterday where 200 children from Philadelphia-area schools acted as "jurors" in "trials" based on "The Three Little Pigs," "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" and "Jack and the Bean Stalk."
The Law Day program, in which the Philadelphia Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division acted as attorneys, defendants and witnesses, was planned to help pre-kindergarten through third grade children learn about the justice system."
Sad: Video poll: "How many millions in a trillion?"
Solved?: A new theory for Ripperologists to argue over. Can it really be that there never was an actual "Jack The Ripper", and that all those deaths in Whitechapel in 1888 were committed by different people?
"In his book Jack The Ripper: Case Closed, [Dr. Andrew Cook] argues that the famous letter bragging about the killings - signed 'Jack the Ripper' in the first-ever
use of that name - was actually forged by journalists desperate to sell their newspaper.
The Star only unveiled the notorious letter from 'Jack the Ripper' in the midst of a drastic fall in sales after the exoneration of a bootmaker it had identified as a key suspect.
Handwriting expert Elaine Quigley, recruited by Dr Cook to examine the letter, has identified it as the work of Star journalist Frederick Best."