23 Burst results for "Ainsworth"
What is love?
"King is my brother. He's eight years old, and he's feisty and energetic, but he has some really good ideas. Hi, it's me He. was talking about. The question is what is Love Like one of your brain, it like someone and the their brain like like you in some. Kind of like that. Have you ever been in love I? Love My mom and dad knew yeah, so guess. What is what's that like? When I kinda love, you guys because Moiseyev Blink. Relatives and also I just live with you every day. Where have to adjust to you? Do you know why People Love Each Other? Because look the needle we put us. Yeah that that makes a lot of sense. If there was like there, there's probably a part of your brain. That's like I. Have to pass these genes on. Yeah, what do you feel when you feel love? What? What is it like well I. Love You, but it's hard to. This guy is just like someone that you just like. Uncomfortable comfortable around talking to and like. Don't get embarrassed about crime. That's Lov. Yeah, 'cause. You known them for a long time, and we also have to kind of stay to go because what bothers. By and I love you I. Love you. Bye. My brother said something really interesting there about how love actually is in the brain now I'm a science guy. I really think the brain is cool. So I did a little bit of research, looking at love, and how it works inside our brain, and what I came across. Is this weird thing called oxytocin? It's a hormone. Would in your brain that makes you connect with people? A lot of people even call it beloved hormone. And I came upon this really awesome psychologist Dave. Jennifer Barks Dr Bart's is an expert on oxytocin and how we build. In general I'm a professor of psychology. At McGill University I want to be honest. I! Looked at who you are in did a little bit of research about your work and it? You're pretty awesome. Let me say that. Thank you. Now I know this is a big scary. To tackle question, but what do you think is love so I guess? My preferred definition of Love was one that was put forward by the developmental psychologist Mary Ainsworth, as an affectionate tie that one person or animal forms between him or herself, and another specific one a tie that binds them together in space and endures time a Thai. Thai. And just getting, but I really think that definition is awesome. It's like we're floating time space, and there's just a string that keeps us together that transcend space and time. I like that I'm gonNA use that from now on. Greg. Why do you think human love? We know love plays a role in procreation, but it's way more than that. It's really there to ensure that the caregiver stays in close contact with the infant for warmth protection nutrition, just keeping the infant safe in contrast to other animals in the animal kingdom, humans are pretty unremarkable, lacking physical strength speed, big claws, big teeth, so as a result, humans really evolved to be very social animals, living in the group was their defense mechanism strength in numbers, strengthened numbers exactly, but like nowadays off to worry about getting eaten by bears not trite. No you don't, but you still have to worry about you. Know Illness, and when we don't have those social connections, we don't do as well. Lack of closeness increases risk for morality.
"ainsworth" Discussed on KCRW
"So it's easier for James Ainsworth to join in I am Curtis of paying more on conferences courses classes meetings things like that since having my injury I don't go to church as often as I used to the things that you have to do in terms of using the bathroom and getting dressed in the morning they they take a couple of hours it can take quite a bit of time that has made it not as easy to go to church but since the whole call the pandemic with the advent of streaming I've been going to church every day regularly and it's been wonderful it's it's been a wonderful blessing I'm part of the yoga and meditation group and the building is not accessible so I would only go to the building maybe once a year and I would never go on their regular retreats but I was able to participate this time because they scheduled an organized online and they did it through live streaming and zoom conferencing so I was able to participate in the workshops and seminars and I was able to participate in the singing and dancing I can dance in my chair I can move around in my chair I was able to meet new people and feel like I was a part of the group in a way that I hadn't been it's profoundly easy for.
"ainsworth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's easier for James Ainsworth to join in I am participating more on conferences courses classes meetings things like that since having my injury I don't go to church as often as I used to the things that you have to do in terms of using the bathroom and getting dressed in the morning they they take a couple of hours it can take quite a bit of time that has made it not as easy to go to church but since the whole covert pandemic with the advent of streaming I've been going to church every day regularly and it's been wonderful it's it's been a wonderful lesson I'm part of the yoga and meditation group and the building is not accessible so I would only go to the building maybe once a year and I would never go on their regular retreats but I was able to participate this time because they scheduled an organized online and they did it to live streaming and conferencing so I was able to participate in the workshops and seminars and I was able to participate in the singing and dancing I can dance in my chair I can move around in my chair I was able to meet new people and feel like I was a part of the group in a way that I had it's profoundly easy for people with spinal cord injuries.
The Power of Showing Up
"Us. Today is Dr Dan Segal. Who wrote a new book coming hanging out January? I don't know we'll get the day. Put it in the show notes but the name of the book is the power of showing how parental presence shapes who are kids become and how their brain gets wired. He co-authored that with Tina Pain Bryson But I I I feel the need to say that we've been doing this podcast for nine in years nine years and we've done over five hundred episodes on every single one. I say this phrase and I'm pretty sure it's yours. It's yours and we stole it and we give them credit. Yes we we give them credit do give but we don't give them credit every single time otherwise it'd be a lot but we have said your name many times The best predictor of child. How's well-being as a parent self understanding? Did that come from you. Yes well I mean it comes from me. Summarizing beautiful research of the field of attachment yes gutters yes. Thank you for that. Because that's become the platform for nine years of podcasts. Is that yes. So it's safe to say that we agree On a lot of parental issues. So that influenced by your work But just to jump right in so obviously the foundation of the book is I For parents to feel say for parents to help their kids feel safe seen sued. And then if you do those things that'll be securely attached. I did actually read the book. And I'm not a fast reader but would you know what I spent rates through this one so that goes to show that this is a book that anybody could read very quickly but I fear of a a good way to start. Is You talk about the introduction or close to it the strange situation research study. And I'm wondering if you can share with our listeners. What that is is and and why you decided to include your book? Sure well I mean the field. In general of Child Development Has Within it. You know the field of attachment research. which is what do we know about how kids are shaped by their experiences? after birth and one of the most important things to know about that is it's you know aspects of your parent You with you as a kid that shapes you so of course. You have your temperament that shaped by genetics on but then you have your experience which is in in the early years especially shaped by your parents. The way the field of science that studies that looks at it is by. I observing how children interact with their parents the first year life so infancy and onward and in the first year we can observe how those patterns of communication are happening and then we do a paradigm the infant strange situation which means you put a twelve month old more or less in a strange situation where there initially separated from their caregiver. And there's a a stranger in the room. been the caregiver comes back. Then they interact and you. Are you know filming all this taping and then Dan you have the stranger and the caregiver go away. So there's no one in the room so it goes on for about three minutes. A the child can tolerate it and parents watch you can tolerate and then Then carry it becomes back again so it's a separation paradigm but what you're finding in the research that's the most useful is the reunion behavior of the child interacting with this particular parent. So is the beautiful thing about this measure from Mary. Ainsworth built on the work. She did John. Colby Elaborated in many ways by her graduate student. Mary main is to send me to sense what you're really measuring as a relationship. You're not measuring something about the child. You're measuring how this child with this parents given their history over in this this case when you're of life manifests in the child's way of dealing with knowledge the separation but especially the reunion and that's why you know in Developing Mind is textbook not now into its third edition. I thought it would be good for graduate students and undergraduates to know about infant strange situation. Ben Ben to build on bat to understand what does it mean to have a secure mental model secure Schema of attachment that manifests insert third baby in the infants. Strange situation that continues onward for the kid and interacting with his friends with his teachers out she will be actually in summer camp and then even tracy elements of it to how we act as parents or his friends or his lovers So there's some really you know. Amazing Longitudinal findings. Of course everyone is open to change. But there are these general patterns that Research suggests Sir. You're how experience shapes nominate the direct way that our brain in a sense of takes in those experiences but then how we adapt adapt to them. Those are the two things direct impacts and adaptation and. That's what Tina Bryson and I my my old student June. WHO's now my colleague and Co Writer? Tina pain bryce tonight do in these books is take the framework of interpersonal neurobiology for presenting the the developing mind and then molded for parents gail that accessible easily to try to put in. You know remember language so you can. Actually you remember when you're in the in the heat of parenting and that's that's what we do so I have a question about 'cause it you're saying it's their experience. And then how they adapt adapt so that could explain why like we have three daughters. They they're going to grow up in this environment. Maybe have similar experiences but the way they adapt up to those experiences may be different so the way that they eventually see the world experienced the world could be unique cracked. They may not all have the same Even if we had a pretty secure attachment the way that they experienced their lives could they could have different outcomes. Correct absolutely well. Here's the thing about it. That's what you're saying is so useful you know. Even if you had identical twins where you know their genes were the thank. Each of us has a way of having energy flow through us. Having the way we turn that into information. That's unique you know and so you might say well. The temperament is likely to be very similar of their genes are identical which is true. There's a big genetic influence on temperament but the way we adapt may be uniquely our own way of basically developing personality in which is temperament of experience. Now the thing that gets complicated is parents can actually actually relate differently to different kids and this is where it gets very subtle and from individual point of view very significant. So so let's say you you have a child who's more outgoing than another child and you yourself or outgoing and you headed image in your mind of wanting child. WHO's outgoing was gonNA be a big? You know soccer player and she's GonNa be star of the musical and you know run for the president or something like that well. Those are your expectations. So you may treat your outgoing child one way but then your child house more inwardly focused. You may get frustrated with an irritated with her because preps you yourself weren't appreciated for you were were. You may have a feeling of being inadequate inside of you. This where self understanding comes and so for the parents who may not have worked through their own issues from their a childhood. They're more likely to have what you call parental presence so someone with presence would say I WANNA see my child exactly Cleo. She is how he is in. This one's more introverted. I know I may be frustrated but I'm going to let that frustration go so so I can see my child sue them keep them safe. Let them feel really good about who. They are rather that they're disappointed me. Because they're not matching my expectation dictation
"ainsworth" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"In front of everyone said how you need to put another another ten thousand and tried to negotiate with them. It just wouldn't work. Yeah with these I can contact the second and awesome to put in another bead Telam Lem reasons why that I modified gotten that. It's on bigger blocks. And I thought oh are different orientation. Whatever the negotiations and indoor can watch me and listen to my dog so that allows the vandal? Once again feel more comfort around the fact that ED paying may two or three percent to get the best outcome. I'm showing them along with that two to three percent that at that time if I can get an extra five ten twenty thousand out of that Buyoya. That's may painful awesome. Yeah absolutely it's it's well it is definitely. I think the way to prove your worth isn't was as an agent or is any Jomaa's like Tell me finding make me laugh. Yes yes Yeah yeah if they can see you in action. Yeah and I mean you can imagine with the private treaty When you contact the van door it's all done via fine you contact of enormous? I got you an extra ten count. You gave me twenty now. That wouldn't pay twenty will go back and do it again. That Kant he the conversation Thomason. You've had that kind of the the tone how hard you push didn't push back on the personality of the by the con- Braille of that. Yeah these once again. I can sit there Aaron. Wash it all and that case eyeing but they can make much more informed decisions by stone those conversations. I'm having Yep so some folks so sorta state a few years ago online auctions would never were like they were quite a few different online auction. Tools were available But none of them seem to take off until now this you know. There's a few of them like open. It's really working for you. Do see that is the way the future I do. I off vandals. All options on not wanted just Ramdan. That's right and say you must do these oil for Private Silo Treaty Auction And take them through the pros and cons of all three and then I'll let them make the decision. I God them. Because they're asking me for my expertise and I say this. This is what I recommend for your property. However you'll have indoor ye can tell me what you like to do when I take them through all the three campaigns probably ID to ninety percent of them side? Lots to do negotiation rushing. Because I can say the reasons why if the other off got some live the real welcomes going at the moment. I've got a couple of privacy is going the mind and say I'm not just going down on that Bought as Sadie works for the ball and it works. The vendola works for the agent. That is a win win. Yeah no one loses surprises his. Everyone wins so as long as everyone's doing that on pretty comfortable. That suggest process for them. Yeah absolutely and so what is next. Few say you cleaned up at the awards. What are your goals for the next month's personally my goals to along what I'm already doing as far as As a as a salesperson ONA build some more team members Iran me and build those team members up to be good real estate agents in their own rot in must've alteration and wisdom. I'm SORTA start really getting trade and interested in watching and helping other agents growed. Uh so that's that's a real K to to my business for me. Real estate is always about and everyone that knows me about work and life and the balancing between the to work on Fridays. On Sundays off had a history of mental illness. And I've got a young family and so so for me. I keep saying in my head pretty much every day that it's a marathon not a sprint and so I've built top incrementally and to me that's the widest Stein. A A good healthy career in real estate you can make you can ride a million dollars one year but if you're out two hundred thousand or you're not in the guy in the following that's a really silly why to look at real estate right. Say to me. It's building up from you on year but not doubling tripling building up and maintaining healthy lost all that my family can actually remember those around down the track. So that's what I'm about. So what does performing at your peak look like few like you just mentioned work life balance which is a really a big topic in the real estate industry like what does the typical dialogue like. Va so you ought to get into the office about I thirty and I would these final beating sizes as we do tend to be after our say that does take a bit more of Montana during the week. But because I'm an auction any not doing many auctions on Saturdays so I'm sort of giving anti-king taking on either way but the typical would look like thirty come in. I'd have a with mating with Montaigne. Talk about what we're GONNA do that. Die What we didn't do. The following day said everyone only prices and why we go so I would typically do some prospecting in the morning and then have i. I sort of average two to three reprisals. Di Do those in the afternoon and then I would try behind by six thirty if possible. Who dials savings is much better than I can? Keep before you'll do something with the kids and that's pretty much my day some days along but some days I might finish it five and then I'll go for the sake of saying I would to sixty awake. Yvonne finished my where can have had a productive. Dial Mama today yeah. Absolutely what advice would you give to younger agents getting into the business hey hustle hustle hustle. Linda Linda Sinai. The word no is probably the mice. Anita laws would in real estate Tell you how many people have won an appraisal on fraud. I enough said No. And they've said I will do Monday. You Must Control Your Disney and your calendar there are. There are probably ten percent extenuating circumstances that you must do certain things and I understand that. I'm not just know everything but you must be smart with your time. And if you don't control your Dari other people will and you'll be pulled from the france-inter and you wanted productive mentally physically. You just want it is about and sitting your calendar for important important meetings such as prospecting prospecting is more important than appraisal because you only got that appraisal because he prospected yet so if you're not prospecting for two hours there's a day you'll I'm not saying I'm not a matter of two hours. A day also demanded Kohl's off a bad have productive during that time. Have you got what you wanted to get involves a new. I would sit Tom Lawns. Because then that creates habits and one size habits is set. They'll they'll say if you career and you'll just two hours eighty chance. Toss him and does ideas a day. I can't do that and I would never do that. He's Shane Yeah he's a machine and right. That's amazing that he can do that. I can't and I don't want to do that so so I would to my strengths and that's just being productive in the time that I've got that that's how my Diane Wake Works. Yeah I agree with you. I think is the Lord diminishing returns to you can be productive like in your in the state of your highest productivity rather for like twenty seven tonight. Yeah and there's you know as people side is. I am managing energy and in the morning I'm usually pretty productive on the phone and then launch and you start to get lethargic then you're out in the fresh air and you're at people's house you tend to be more in a jaws. Just moving around and hang around. People say worked his strengths. If you'll not if you're the opposite then do your points in the morning. I don't follow what everyone does. Just do what works for you and just we've often duplicate what other good ideas do but then molded into what works for your personality and your marketing you business. Yeah absolutely said. Thank you for being so generous with your your knowledge. Today it's been rising to Selena about how you take properties to block it in in all those different ways. If there was one thing that you would like people to remember from listening to this interview with you what would it be. It is exactly what we sort of finished on his that Real Estate Korean. If you look at it if you come into real estate at twenty three he retired thirty five. Sorry fifty dollars. It'd be NAS is to to look at that time lawn and and make sure that you enjoy that doesn't get to the end of it and might you. Might I be wealthy. You maybe not but and not have enjoyed that career. Because that's you lost that that's fifty Senate aloft gone so make sure that when you're in dire today you are smelling arises. You breathing fresh air. When you're at Saad and just running around lucky hitless chill so often size to just take you on build incrementally and and you sustain that type plenty of time off? I do. We've got a caravan so we go a long way. Kane's got little holidays to look forward to. It's kind of like when you're at school and you look forward. Oh to the holidays. If three or four weeks away you can push today so you take as much off as early as you can give yourself somebody forward type. Yeah even if it's a message on fraud afternoon just something that you feeling about. It offers wayside with their kids. Is that you just doing something for yourself. Yeah amazing relying twit twist thank you. Thanks to connect with all things elite agent including the latest news coaching and features subscribe L. Websites elite agent dot com..
"ainsworth" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"The one basinas every single day to make sure that all the clients that you have consistently happy and the prospecting reminds regardless of how much show had little business you. Have you have to have that Tom. And you die where no matter how crazy you die is going that you put aside to do. What got you where you are which is prospecting and talking to people who are thinking of selling? Yeah and so that would be the core activity for you now is still just talking to people in you database about in market that day houses yet. It's really at my philosophy's just helping people that that's all we're doing so on calling someone who might not be selling for five years. He's telling them about how the market is telling him about. Recent siles providing them information so that the world is full of information. That's free but people die. I Watt sold yesterday unless I tell them so. It's a bad the spade of letting people knives so that on not telling him stuff that I already known on the Voice of Information and as I say bay the real aside agent before I need that real estate agent. Yeah it's kind of a why to isn't it because you know things myself but then they may sell above or below what you I thought they would someone like He. That's around. This area would be out of sight. Well that one sold for fifteen thousand above what we thought it would because the story behind the style alleys. Absolutely right Sam The sole process is one thing but it's how many Beatles did you have waited the bar come from the people let me stat. What's the demographic and the story behind the style of a lot of people locked to he? Yeah absolutely what about auctions in Shillong is a big auction market. Yeah Yeah and that's actually probably should have answered that earlier that the why I've kind of got ahead at one stage. was I work in an area coach waist which has about four thousand homes. That's who are sort of predominately. Emily do most of my business in back in about two thousand seven no-one deductions then and I wanted to create a point of difference and private sale. was what what everyone did. So thoughtful Lavar can get him auctions underway and bay that person if you WANNA sell your house in a guten prime gripe process that you come to me and so I sort of forged ahead with that auction process and that's really what leverage my business to the next level where people kind to wanted to auction it properly and an now naughty five percent of properties along waster auction. I'm not saying that is attributed for me. But I was just doing something when everyone else was doing something I was doing kind of the opposite. Yeah that's what I've always wanted to do because as divy squeaked moist agents will decide and if you can make a point of difference that Avenue Queen team that we don't look the sign than I want to be that person that people to a different process yeah. I'm a big fan of that as a marketing tactic. Because then you can. You can easily say against other agents will arm the number one ocean agent in this area because there is nobody else corrects about funding. And if you if you the only one that's definitely number one yeah absolutely and technology also plays a big role in your business too so I know in terms of you. You know private trading and auction you guys use to accord. I've been negotiation as well. It's just where people can put bits on property as I understand using an APP can can you explain to me how that works business so pretty much. Was it two thousand seven Assad to doing auctions and now everyone does auction so then always looking for that next point the difference in it also came at a time where the banks under the Royal Commission looked into the banking industry. It was very difficult for a lot of Blasi. Get Finance and in a timely laundly MENA so I was doing lots of auctions where I had ample buys but no Beatles because I couldn't actually be under an unconditional process. I I found that a little bit of a silly Adt Com because people that wanted to buy the hyman compete. But they couldn't Judah that reason so I've been guy allows all buys regardless of their terms if the vendor chooses to accept those terms to compete for the property so it's essentially an auction where the competition is there which competition in. My opinion always always drives the hottest process but it also allows boys who can't beat it at a traditional auction to compete Sei mobilize competitive environment Maine's a hi processing assured us by some time so in essence that's what I've been. Negotiating is but I only do something that benefits vandals and boys and May and so from the the boys point of view it's a completely transparent process like a normal auctioneers where the buys can say at any given on the current beat him and he beat his era and have comfort around where the value of the property laws ONS as opposed to private silo. trae where it's a bit of cloak and dagger put your best offering an envelope. I'm not telling you what the thirties under the table. What do I NEETU Pie? Walk can't tell you that to me. That's I mean real estate agents. Don't have the pissed trustworthy. Niger as it is so I don't want people to it. Not Engage in buying a property. They feel I can't know what to pay so as I said. The auction process allows competition which allows us to buy what I think is a fair value and social proof. Guys show someone's prepared to pay then unprepared to all the other laws were paid to pilot a week more and hence why you say eight hundred thousand two hundred grand reserve because that's the true test of the market. Yeah so with open negotiation. How does it work in mark? I just how does it work in the wild. Yeah okay. It's a really good question. So essentially I've been negotiation is a hybrid of Private Silence Treaty and Auction and the private style pod is it allows conditional additional buyers to compete for the property will be involved in the process and the auction parties. It's basically a competitive environment. Where all the buys compared to find the eventual sale process so in principle it is at the time People come in and get qualified to beat so putting a starting price. It doesn't have to be what uh I think it's worth it just to stop like would they. With the normal auction in that. Have to get qualified to beat Se. They saw any often terms and contract and their signing off on their terms and conditions and the vandals Decided happy with that said Baas terms and conditions and then they were qualified beata and that the current deed is always is the advertise price. So that's probably the cato. It is that if the current beatty's law within what value is then you attract laws to the property and then you work out from there and then as the price goes up then the interest drop off. Lock any no motion when you get to the pinnacle of across point is anyone until you left left once you get to a prostate. The owner is relatively comfortable with then. You can do what we call the final beating stage which is kind of locked the auction. But it's done invite the APP so it's like going once going twice a year yet so as much as I don't like the side as it's almost like the guy where it can't stand to atone lawn but at that time law and that's when it starts not where it ends like Ebay so at six PM on Tuesday not all the beat is wherever they are in the will. I just need an Internet connection and a an iphone or an ped- die can say the current beat and HBO has two minutes to base the previous speed and once newbies my too many clock race dots so that you can go on for as long as the market continues to go on. Everything subject to the vandals reserved normal auction. So they've Indo has comfort that it doesn't doesn't may be reserved I just don't sell so older. Buys can say all the beads at any given time and it's a completely transparent process so fa mi asks. Let's works for the by because I know what to pay. It works for the Vandal. Because I can say where the value of the property the Bauza Stein into tap out so to speak because the council and beat is always the advertise price and for the agent. It allows us to determine Exactly how many beauties you've got and way there will at at any given tom say let's say property comes.
Alabama could pass near-total abortion ban as soon as Tuesday
"Week tempers flare on the Alabama Senate floor. Senators which abating exceptions to a Bill that would enact one of the toughest abortion laws in the country. When a Senate, president Republican Lieutenant governor will Ainsworth suddenly called the voice votes and declared those exceptions were dead opponents to the proposed abortion law began yelling at Ainsworth saying the vote wasn't conducted. Properly would offer some time before Ainsworth a journalist Senate until next week open. The controversy quiet
"ainsworth" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"M. e. one Keeneland be like, have you tried this pizza place? He's from Keeneland, but he's a big fan in the fact that I love walk. I'm like he, I think he's nasty. He pitched yesterday. So I'm like, oh, I bet on a minus two hundred walked the pitcher that that whole scene walk in the pitcher on four pitch on four pitches. He goes to you see what happened with kunia though. Grand slam grand slam, but you see the three, oh, pitch to. Yeah. I mean, that was a that was absolutely ball for Britain was unbelievable. Well, that is for a while was like every year, the razor in the playoffs almost got old, but it was reinvented back. So I was for those missed it hubs and I went away hubs set up a watch party at the Ainsworth hotel for free with them, set it up, and I don't know. The Ainsworth must just think they're the luckiest people in the world to put the parcel logo and have all these people show up at this event that hub sets up. Then hubs, you just decide you're not going to go. So what who cares? I set this up, emit tweeting it out and promoting it with the parcel logo and watch party this that now get tickets. I'm just going to skip it and the person who set it up apparently skipped it to from the Ainsworth. They won't give Frankie who went to cover few. They like won't even give them a table to sit down just a disgusting display of disgustingness in your rat Yankee fan. So now you're here and you're almost my number one enemy. Now the office rightfully so fucked up. You deserve to be furious at any level hub spiders hubs right now, I think I, yeah. At any level, I got this event I set up. I my brain legitimately just stopped working. There's no excuse for it is just that, you know, I was obviously going to go to it, and then we ended up Dallas brain got off working for the Oakland a.'s and we were gonna do content there, and it totally just fucking. Slipped my mind. I mean, to be fair, I think that in trying to make content at the game, once you get the word that Dallas is free to do barstool stuff would be more viable than they're sitting in a bar. Yup. But he set up a bar Sylvette I, I know I'm you're saying if like just be like, it's like, listen, I wanna go to Boston for game five if there is one, but like we have this fancy event, I can't. I'm going to fan, right, but, but I mean, that's a much bigger commitment than I watch party..
"ainsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The. Colleagues scoreboard Football scoreboard update I'm Jay Ainsworth were getting set for. Kickoff pretty excited for the twenty eighteen football season it's not like, in years, past where everything kicked off on Saturday, of course replying, on Friday night at mile high but college football some of it got started last. Week got started last night scores from last night we'll start. With some of the action from around the. Country there is a big ten game last night. If you didn't know north western was at. Purdue northwestern got the job done on the road they'll start one on the season and to know in their conference thirty. One, hundred twenty seven victory over, the, boiler makers also another. Interesting game last. Night Texas an opening at home they gotta do they've also got, a new play by. Play guy and grew Monica Is way to the white He's got a he's across the field What Three, yard JIMBO Fisher the new head coach over at Texas am that call courtesy of, the aggies radio network from learfield and aggies win big at. College station they beat northwestern state, fifty nine seven, last night San Jose State fell. At home they lost the UC Davis forty four that thirty eight UMass of sixty three to fifteen victory over, Duquesne? Also right they win. At home they knocked off very few thirty one to twenty. Eight Hawaii they one they knocked off hollow Ratto state if you recall forty three to. Thirty four and also another, interesting game Minnesota golden gophers got the. Job done here's Winfield on a, punt return and he breaks the tackle spinning outside thirty-five finds a seem to the forty phrase another tackle the midfield down, the sideline That's Mike Grimm with the call on, the golden gophers radio network from learfield Minnesota they win at. Home they start wanna know on, the twenty eighteen, campaign they be to Mexico state. Last night forty eight to ten now that's been going on currently watch out you never know what's going to, happen? In the first couple. Of weeks of a college football season eleventh ranked Michigan state. They're opening their season against Utah state here's. About seven minutes to go in the first. Half in Utah state is, leading the Spartans Utah state just scored. A touchdown and may now lead, fourteen thirteen and again they're playing at Michigan state that game in progress coming up a little bit later on this evening Interested your big time fan. And why be thirteen Stanford playing host the state now the aspects and they won ten games there are also picked the winner division and possibly win the mountain. West conference, this year's keep your eye on San Diego State at number thirteen Stanford tonight elsewhere in the well Number, five, Ohio. State, will play host on Saturday to Oregon state also ranked Auburn they've, got sixth ranked Washington coming into town Washington state they are on the. Road on the Wyoming Cowboys they will host. North Carolina number fifteen USC the UNLV in town to start the season UCLA. Hosts Cincinnati number twenty four four again they've got the bowling green. In town also hair Zona state S. hey, here's Donna Wildcats they will start their season at home they, play, host of, Brigham, Young. And, then of course Utah knocked off state forty one to ten For college football scoreboard update I'm get Hanes, work you're listening to Colorado football from learfield.
"ainsworth" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He can't stay healthy. And the thing about him is this is my opinion on him was that he was the best buddy of everybody in the NBA like us. Everybody's best friend. Therefore he could get any contract he wanted, even though you knew when you signed him. You weren't going to be able to keep them healthy. I mean, from from Mark Cuban too, I think the Andre Jordan, I the other lot of guys who were Chandler Parsons best friend, and I think that's what got him that contract for those who are unaware of how bad persons has been three season ending these surgeries, average thirty one minutes played per game in his career. He shot thirty four percent of the field scored six points a game. Yeah, that's a doozy. Would you guys down here have have bought out and Dominic ensues contract almost immediately upon signing? Yeah, probably a that wasn't a great one. It kind of reminded us of like Albert Ainsworth worth back in the day with the Redskins I seven years hundred million tough one coming up next that doesn't. I sports content. Jim, Tom Soula is back swearing near children and salting beers. The best. It's odd number is a good eras in for Dan astute today on the lebatardshow on ESPN radio, forgive batters different, look pitchers. Throw a change up your idea of a different locus sunglasses. That's true. But Makita sweets is really taken the different look. To a new level, definitely a major league makeover, starting with a bolder brighter lobby full of comfortable spaces. They'll let you settle in or Chalan front of a big flat screen like wingo would, oh, you know it, it's a changing leukemia. Look to help you get in the zone and look sharp. When you hit that big meeting, prepare to win business with Lakisha inns and suites book. Now at l. q dot com. Donlevatar that movie was good man, three hundred ROY. Are you dispute? ROY?.
Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak taking place in a war zone
"Start with the new and very worrying outbreak of the abode of virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo is just two weeks ago, the authorities they had to Clinton early outbreak in the west of the country to be over that success was put down to the rapid response approach device after the poorly contained epidemic in west Africa in two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen, but now more than two and a half thousand kilometers way in north key province near the border of Uganda, they've been thirty six deaths as we record this program, some of which have already been confirmed as Ebola. It's the same strain as before, but the outbreaks probably not actually linked the problem in dealing with it as the deputy director of emergency preparedness. Peter Salama. The World Health Organization told Claudia Hammond is this outbreak is going to be far more challenging to contain and even riskier. For the medical staff involved. The outbreak is centered around Mela beco- health zone, and particularly around us Motown cooled, men Geena. That really is the epicenter of the outbreak. We are however, receiving notifications of suspected cases that go beyond this particular healthy area and health zone. So they're being investigated in there more than thirty suspected cases currently. That this outbreak is completely separate from the one that was only declared over a couple of weeks ago. Is it because it's it's so far away across the other side of the country. We don't have definitive evidence as yet, but nor do we have any reason to believe that these outbreaks connected the distance between Ecuador, province and north keeping provinces is around two thousand five hundred kilometers. We know that this outbreak is likely to have taken off towards the end of July, and there were no active cases in the Equitor outbreak. After early Jews, how worrying is this new outbreak? This outbreak is extremely concerning in the Ecuador outbreak. I spoke of number of complicating factors, logistics affected health workers were infected early, which is, of course a ruse fan publication. The fact that the sites were much close to forested area. The fact that we have multiple sides simultaneously to address in terms of outbreak response. The fact that we also had proximity to Buddha's. So in this outbreak in northern kiva province, we have all of the above, but above and beyond. All of that here, the biggest constraint is security. There are more than one hundred groups in the North Kivu province more than twenty highly active and there is of operation really of Aleppo. Unfortunately, we've many of the areas which we're going to have to cover to reach all of the context out of the eight million population of northern kiva. One million people are internally displaced, so it's a population on the move, so that must make it much more difficult to work with communities. If you've got communities. So broken up on areas of conflict, metro difficult, much of this province is in UN security level for and what that means in practice is that many of the roads will have to travel alone who require escorts. Now, staff will require security, pistol protective equipments and not just the regular PP. We're used to using any Bill. Outbreaks to protect from infection, and we'll be relying heavily on the UN to help us with negotiations if needs be with some of the armed groups in order to access the population.
U.S. judge halts 3-D printed gun blueprints hours before planned release
"Well Marilyn Manson. Marilyn Manson is coming to town with rob zombie I think the I think Zarab's only well I I, think that is the tour. But I think he, is not doing it, anymore I, think it's just robs all Maryland Maryland, is not doing well, he's who's in Bangor Maine on the tour the Bangor. And and he got. Arrested, but the, but then the Bangor Maine police department said it. Was he didn't get arrested it was a, joke Marilyn Manson. And, a police officer were joking around and he was briefly handcuffed and people took pictures of it and so everybody reported on a video of the handcuffing was. Posted to Marilyn Manson's Instagram account, Lieutenant Tim cotton took to Facebook to say it. Was good clean fun he. Said the, officer at Curtis Greiner is. No longer allowed to, work backstage however except, during Lord, of the dance or something related to, Disney Manson and rob, zombie performed Sunday night wrapping up three day impact festival. Featuring anthrax and slayer So I haven't heard anything about Marilyn Manson being all heater he canceled a couple of shows but the. Tour is still on yeah let's see US judge has blocked the planned release of three d. printed. Printed gun blueprints hours before they were set to. Hit the internet citing with states that sued to halt publication of designs. To make weapons that security screening may not detect US district judge Robert Lynn week in Seattle said the blueprints publication could cause irreparable harm the. US citizens the decision blocked a settlement President Trump's administration had reached with a Texas company which. Initially, said it didn't plan to put the files online these, are files. That people can look at and figure out how to make guns out of. Plastic, using three d. printers go wrong is so bad these are untraceable undetectable ghost firearms that pose a threat to global security some gun rights groups say the Technology is expensive the guns are unreliable. And the threat is being overblown And I wonder, that too in the in the way that, people are screaming about it it's it's sort of smacks of of a let's let's have a, major panic over something. That really is not that. Much to panic. About but I don't, know I haven't looked into it These says it says a r. AR fifteen style assault rifles but then I, heard you can only. Put one bullet in it Now the gun, the? Gun that they're talking about is is. A one bullet gun and, it, doesn't look like any are, fifteen it's a handgun right that's. What I kind, of square looking but I. Heard somebody saying no they've got us style cartridge the cartridge that you can make so you see that's that's what happens here people are purposely making. It, confusing gun in the three d. printer, deal is a one. Shotgun that is kind of bulky and a handgun right now I Great idea no it's not I don't think it's a great idea however let's get our facts wine and not panic over things like this all. Right Let's see One of the teenagers who, prosecutors say played a role in the overdose deaths of to Park, City boys two. Years ago. Remember this Who They say that she was having ecstasy and other drugs delivered from overseas to her home as recently as two weeks ago Two weeks ago a community alert was sent out to Park City parents advising them the damages excuse me the charges. Were being recommended against multiple teens in connection with control and synthetic controlled substances being shipped to them using the dark net one of the. Juvenile's being investigated was also involved in the September twenty sixteen deaths of grant Seaver and Ryan Ainsworth, both, thirteen years old the boys died just. Two days apart after overdosing on synthetic opioid manufactured in China called you four seven seven zero zero also known as pink the teen involved in. The investigation of girl who seventeen Goes to Park City high school Is is being charged, with four counts of drug distribution. Which is a second. Degree felony she's not been charged I don't think me in the deaths of those kids, authorities, think that it was heat heat heat stroke The. Death of a hyper whose body was located in southern Utah Monday night the body of, Christoph poaching of Belgium located by. Bureau of land management..
"ainsworth" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To the countryside to stay with a family or friends or wherever and he started studying them intently eventually young canadian psychologist mary ainsworth came over to work with him and she is very instrumental in continuing the research on attachment theory i'm gonna jump a threat of a head a few decades and just cut to the chase until you with the results are research is very clear the trauma of four separation can cause long lasting physical and emotional effects on children it can change how they process information yes it can affect their academic potential it can change how they react to stress how they develop executive function and decision making skills and because these kids are like hyper vigilant later in life reactive to stress they're more prone to inflammation and disease there is also research to show that attachment trauma early in life is linked to increased aggression decreased capacity for empathy and increase into mystic violence here's what's happens damaged babies always find each other in adult romantic relationships i often say it damaged babies find a new play pen in adult life and it's called a bed and they meet together they do an unconscious handshake and say hey you're gonna treat me the way my abandoning daddy did cool you're going to be there like my violent mother great it's on our blueprint for love is matched so i wanna give you a quote from john boultbee himself he died in nineteen ninety is son still continues theory it's worldwide studied boby said threat of loss arouses anxiety and actual loss gives rise to sorrow while both of these situations are likely to arouse anger the unchallenged maintenance of a bond however is experienced as a source of joy if you're listening and you're lucky enough to have one or two parents or other quality consistent attachment figures you are.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged
"Three fifty four here's marina with our aaa traffic our things gone rough southbound i five is difficult out of federal way as you head through tacoma it'll take you about fifty minutes to do that it's also very difficult in lakewood those slowdowns began in south tacoma from about seventy second through lakewood and down into jbl am all also struggling and dupont northbound is going to be difficult from the nisqually cutoff road as you head towards the jbl maingate westbound five twelve that's been a struggle for a while now from before you get to steal street over to i five and eastbound now is slow because it looks like there might be a crash after you had passed ainsworth so that's why it's going to be slow from steele street to that scene southbound one six seven solid now from highway eighteen into sumner and we have slowdowns northbound out of sumner into pacific we also have it pretty rough in the north puyallup area on one six seven southbound north meridian really heavy from thirty six down to the river we have slowdowns both directions of highway eighteen particularly westbound between one six seven and i five it's going to be difficult southbound four zero five from kirkland through bellevue to coal creek parkway both is struggling midspan over to i five and southbound i five still solid northgate into downtown next komo traffic at four oh four komo forecast for tomorrow mostly sunny high in the upper seventies low eighties for your sunday and a lot of sunshine it will be in the eighties all next week close to ninety possibly on tuesday and wednesday right now in seattle mostly sunny we have sixty nine degrees this morning elizabeth holmes was the ceo of a high tech company now she's awaiting trial in federal charges abc's daria albinger with more on her and her parents her partners indictments the indictment unsealed in san jose federal court charges theranos founders elizabeth homes and ramesh sunny bell wanting with nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud it accuses the defendants in a multimillion dollar scheme to defraud investors and a separate scheme to defraud doctors and patients with what they claimed were state of the art blood test the fda later determined the test failed to detect conditions there are no said they could including hiv the indictment was unsealed.
"ainsworth" Discussed on Super Station 101
"There's a union waste said i like to push peoples buttons but your your facebook history that the things that you've said on there i think there's going to be issues well model not real fear not necessarily as from the democratic candidate but from a person there still time for a person to to run as an independent in this campaign and if if if alice ainsworth decides to run as an independent and get on the ballot but between now and who is she i don't know she just somebody with two as in her name somebody's going to be the first one on the ballot because the her name starts with s the only thing i could come up as out to have a middle name alicea but anyway let me go back to the caller who was talking about being right i've got two daughters and let me tell you something if either one of those was raped by someone to to do her harm i would kill them i mean unequivocally i would go jail over that or possibly even the electric chair because we wouldn't go to court about my daughter being raped i won't make sure that your understanding myself there but if my daughter goes to a rock star hotel room and takes drugs and comes back and tells me she was raped i'm going to say hey maybe there's some circumstances here that doesn't really warrant me going to jail over final words own what you would do if you happen to be elected to the public service commission.
"ainsworth" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Narrative in divide this country and it just makes me sick we're talking about a sick individual here we're not talking about a racial thing in this jumps up on his high horse starts to divide the country for white people i know plenty of white people who've been arrested everybody listening those plenty of white people that have been arrested this incident has nothing to do with race this incident has to do with a mentally unstable evil individual carrying out a horrendous act of evil it doesn't have anything to do with race it doesn't have anything to do with the weapon he used it's a sick individual carrying out a sick and evil deed said it's so sad that we have people like that i mean people just don't care anymore and like i said earlier you could teach morals and decency in classrooms without bringing any type of religion and why we're not i don't understand why we aren't taking these such simple such easy measures to protect these schools and the children that are inside of them it's frustrating i would love to see alabama be one of the first states to actually push some legislation where it is mandatory that schools have metal detectors to operate or armed guards at these schools don't care let me tell you something right now i don't care about this arming teachers miss you hear me i don't care because that is one of the stupidest ideas that i think i have ever heard and and you know why i think that's stupid because if a teacher in a three story high school was on the third floor and she has a gun and there's a shooting occurring downstairs teacher's gonna take a little while to get downstairs she's in her classroom she might have even hear the gunshots it's gonna take her a little while to get downstairs and first of all the same argument can be made with the resource officers though sorry push back too much but it could be made with the same resource officers but right don't like the teachers and another reason why i don't like the teachers says because they're not going to be as equipped as trained to deal with a criminal who really knows what they're doing well will ainsworth actually is pushing legislation bless his heart there's so many alabamians i hate it well i mean his plan calls for comprehensive training.
"ainsworth" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"No you shouldn't alexa thank you stop so i think that you know i think that that's the game having nine month old not having a sense of like what you've done with like let's say apartment or home or what you and your wife need for like luxuries but it's literally basic pl just running a business you know it i would look at on the brand side your intake of dollars and then again if your partner and my partner is believe this if you partner believes that it's the best interest of the ainsworth if the overhead of audio guy written gal the mean gal the video guy if that goes into the ainsworth pnl fine that's you understand what i'm saying that you and your partner decide and i have a mixed certain things to come out of my pocket interesting thing that bainer dot it so on your side enki personally for me touch on your side i would pour as much money into people to build the infrastructure to content at scale contextual for platform in written form audio video and pictures so make you reaching out to your helping middle east but i got it we ccomplish that goal to get author diene so then how can i really the connects what everybody has to define level are you saying monetize that opportunity like but i don't think that's a bad thing for sure i need to next level is for me rebel but here it out for me next level is complete penetration of weirdness charge for nothing.
"ainsworth" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"That that you wanna look for on pet food labels because it indicates that the product has been through irradiation and this article that i have posted there is is a column that was written by dr michael fox you know who's our wonderful policing over light a veterinarian and who has written so many great things remember i had him in the studio and the komo days when his book eating with conscious consciousness came out and a fabulous book anyway so an article here on food irradiation and that is the cause of o of that that he believes it is sickening animals and he comes up with what may be a very plausible explanation for the deaths related the animal sickness and death related to the chicken jerky treats coming out of china okay well he say in this article he thinks it could be because of the radiation these products are put through so you definitely if you buy food and treats for your animal friends you wanna see this column you want to see the symbol so you know what it looks like because dr michael fox and al aunt martha's say by irradiated food your animal friends especially and then that that could be the kicker on the chinese jerky treats i don't know if they even put the symbol on the bags i don't know if it's if you have to if it's required and i doubt anybody's policing who knows so anyway the j m smucker company is purchasing ainsworth pet nutrition now why is this an issue well typically when when a smaller companies make good foods and the and the food gets popular enough and it selling enough and we're making enough money well then a big corporation buys them out and then what happens well even though they promise it'll stay the same and all of this then they generally start lowering the quality of ingredients in order to make more money and and that's really a shame and then of course what we some of the information we know from susan fixed and in truth about pet food dot com there there are some rules but they aren't being enforced about how how soon companies are required to change their labels reflecting ingredients changes that's one of the the the article says that came into the subjects that came up that susan addressed recently let's see probably would find information on that on the animal.
"ainsworth" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Cheat now to two stories looking the state of our oceans and the devastating impact plastic pollution and other issues like rising sea levels a having clear ainsworth has been looking into the first one and this this is a report for the uk government yes that's right it's called the foresight future the report and it's being written by experts for the uk government detailing the medium and longterm issues both positive and negative facing the most oceans and although it's been written with the uk government ministers in mind report points out that these all global concerns you know as a human population set to sorta nine billion by twenty fifty but we will increasingly turned to the ocean's resources such as food energy rule materials and a new medicines hacking we responsibly manage news the issues resources and given how volatile the asians ought to our planet how can we heat those actions healthy and what's the main problem the pointed out well they're full key issues they identify in the report one is something nickel see blindness which is a lack of knowledge about the sea now the being sought to make great strides in exploring the oceans but there's much that needs to be learned the second is coordination so you we need a joined up policy across different departments you can't you effectively develop a healthy ocean the third one is that will this is going to be a long term plan because the c changes slowly over time so you can't have any shortterm policies if you want to be effective and lastly as i said these global challenges and they need everyone to pull together to to really make them work but we've talked about sea level rise and past pollution's these the sort of problems that this report is looking at yes i mean one of the key challenges that they highlighted was plastic pollution and it predicts this report predicts that the amount of plastic littering the ocean is set to triple between two thousand fifteen twenty twentyfive on this on the stunt curve it and this is where you know for example a good joined policy could really help so that you know.
"ainsworth" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Youth giving chappy because having six youth the more likely to smoke because it's cool and something at advancements are catchy enough it'll catch them and then lastly just by virtue of the fact that they have to bre gonna gate to keillor's a niche we do something about this and and that is the perfect hannah mcnish reporting from cape down clear ainsworth freelance journalist and expert in developmental genetics is my steed our guest today in clay staying with the health theme news on research which may offer away to prevent other serious diseases what's this about base i all day doesn't come alone it comes with various nasi diseases like cancer or near degeneration and the wall modern medicine has allowed us to sort of maximize human lifespan it hasn't been quite as good as at preventing the onset of these diseases and watch research the talking about now is how can we maxim noise health span how can we age and a healthy way and it's been nine precaution while that if you restrict the number of calories that are an animal takes and you can have a dramatic effect on us only its lifespan but also it's health and that's been proved in animals as shown in animals yes shortlived animals like rodents for example if you restrict the calorie intake in the not starving but they're not they're not partying either you can extend the lifespan but also you can prevent or delay diseases such as type two diabetes cancer and neurodegeneration.
"ainsworth" Discussed on Super Station 101
"For the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm andrea ties the tragedy of what happened in florida is terrifying the danger undeniable but what to do about it is not as clear as the liberal media would have you believe that's why alabama conservative will ainsworth has a plan i'm roy ainsworth a no this is going to be politically incorrect but so be it more gun control is not the answer using this tragedy to advance liberal political agenda is not okay as a dad i know we have to keep our kids safe but leaving all the guns to the bad guys is not the answer will ainsworth conservative family man second amendment champion that's why i wrote a bill to allow specially trained alabama teachers to carry firearms on school campuses heaven forbid a shooter ever enters an alabama school but if they do we owe it to our kids to protect them with more than a number two pencil will ainsworth for lieutenant governor paid for by friends of bill ainsworth seventy five twenty john's valley road gunners hill alabama revive nine seven six all right jessica jessica ni we would love to incentive it holy goodness why would love to come and bring our show to your areas so you can show off your city that'll make sense so you can show off your city to the one i went okay that does make sense jessica and kamal sister get with the program we would love to attend why can't i say that jessica i would love to come we would love to attend an event that you have already plant stop stop log onto one o one w white log on the winner one so that's not one word it could be something new i'm done you know what i'll give up those superstation is coming to your hometown go to one oh one w i d e dot com for details good morning this look at traffic is brought to.
"ainsworth" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I get it but the just a defense what is this a football players the again this is a rage debts in them hence their success i get that pot or grunted he had a think about it wasn't like to davis what went down and bone nene him it was if you watch it back like i said earlier in this program if you watch it back moves he it was premeditated right but here's where i hate us i hate the argument well it's bad but it's not as bad as this of course were always going to be examples of worse instantly incidents on the field and what grump dave wasn't the worst transgression in nfl history but it's still bad nonetheless and don't try and change the subject matter the talking point by saying well he's not as bad as this guy he's not an dominic in sue it doesn't have the history of adama could super what he did last week he deserved more than a one game society the great i completely completely with that a chris in boston hello logan the meaning boston not you chris you are on with moose ten tasr on cbs sports radio what's going on you're going i was up i feel like this is a lot more liked albert ainsworth in uh he's stepped on the human or the dolphins head um you know alber ainsworth really wasn't considered a dirty player before then and he was definitely label that afterwards and he perceived uh fivegame suspension for doing that right it was the guard for the dallas cowboys didn't have his helmet on work on was scuffling right entree and i'm saying it like but it's very similar to the situation here's what scott five games and grow got one row i gotcha i i think if if memory serves me correctly hain thanks grows worse abut groggy i got a lot of ala was i i remember that i won't allow and congo that's a long time ago it's got to be seven years ago now six seven years ago uh a point i i.
"ainsworth" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"And to quote from asthma this is quote corroborating hibs idea remember donald heb from earlier idea that some discrepancy between a new perception and previous background stored experiences causes the fearful response remember how the chimps were frightened by any unfamiliar morphology right knee shapes they weren't familiar with uh so asthma continues quote theoretically one could condition an animal to be unresponsive st to snakes and hawks but utterly terrified of fluffy bunnies so this is asthmas position um he he sort of working toward this thing i won't let let's let's get there on our on time yeah he he says that all of this makes sense though if you look at it in in light of darwin right he's saw him up the generic conditioning idea right yeah because he talks about the the quote fearful reaction to categorial mismatch so as asthma puts it quote the local environment will condition the infant animal and then the cognitive development will lock in the categories creating a software program that recognizes some animals in mismatches novelties so asthma sort of proposing a hybrid model of the origins of fear imagery not necessarily that it's that it's received imagery from your ancestors and not necessarily that it's all learned in life but it's one that combines elements that are automatic an instinct you will along with elements that are modifiable and learn india he calls it a quote contentfree recognition system and so the the basis of this is that we if it whatever we are exposed to in early childhood becomes part of our okay category and whatever were not exposed to become as part of the fear category exactly and in fact he points to a specific study this is a good studies a uh that were conducted by mary ainsworth in the 1970s.