Learning to Play an Instrument Requires a Good Night’s Sleep

Learning to play an instrument requires deliberate and frequent practice, but a good Learning to Play an Instrument Requires a Good Night’s Sleepnight’s rest following practice may be just as important, a new study shows. Read more

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How Children’s Brains Learn Math Facts

A new study reveals how children’s brains learn math facts through the process of How Children’s Brains Learn Math Factsreorganization. Read more

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Visual Experience, Not Age, Predicts Infants’ Gaze Following Abilities

Visual experience, not maturational age, influences preterm infants’ ability to follow Visual Experience, Not Age, Predicts Infants’ Gaze Following Abilitiesanother person’s gaze, a new study suggests. Read more

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Babies Know More Than We Might Think

Hey, diddle, diddle… the cow jumped over the moon. Can a baby grasp that a cow can’t Babies Know More Than We Might Thinkactually jump over the moon like in the Mother Goose rhythm? Does a baby know that a cow can jump over a low fence, but a car cannot? Read more

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Sound Symbolism Helps Children with Language Acquisition

Quite coincidentally, words in the English language are structured to help children learnsound symbolism through sound symbolism, new research shows. Read more

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