Better-qualified staff maintain the quality of state-funded preschools, making up for the larger number of children per staff member in
Learning one’s native language may seem effortless. One minute, we’re babbling babies. The next we’re in school reciting Martin Luther
A new study from the George Mason University Arts Research Center and published in the journal Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity,
A new job, an academic career or a romantic relationship — there are many reasons for young people to move.
Infants are more likely to learn from on-screen instruction when paired with another infant as opposed to viewing the lesson
In an investigation of head impact burden and change in neurocognitive function during a season of youth football, researchers find
A new Oxford University study finds that parenting interventions for helping children with behaviour problems are just as effective in
A father’s genes are no longer thought to just provide a blueprint for the growth and development of their offspring.
A typically developing 2-month-old baby can make cooing sounds, suck on her hand to calm down and smile at people.
A new study co-authored by researchers at Michigan State University and Case Western Reserve University found that “growth mindset interventions,”