Entitlement Boosts Creativity

Entitlement Boosts CreativityEntitlement is usually constructed and viewed as having a negative effect on children’s and adult’s attitudes and how they may treat others. However, a new study finds that small doses of entitlement may have a positive effect on boosting children’s creativity. Read more

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Are School Lunches More Nutritional than Packed Lunches?

are school lunchesDo school lunches offer children greater nutritional quality than a packed lunch from home? According to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior schools do provide children with nutritional meals. Read more

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Action Video Games Boosts Overall Learning in Children

action video gamesPlaying action video game can improve children’s skills beyond those taught in the game, extending to more general learning capabilities, a new study shows.

The research, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, conclude that playing fast-paced action games can help children become better learners. Action games require players to predict what will happen next and what moves will lead to a successful outcome. Read more

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Children’s Ability to Distinguish Musical Rhythm Relates to Grammar Skills

children's ability toChildren’s ability to distinguish musical rhythm is related to their capacity for understanding grammar, a new Vanderbilt study shows. Read more

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Fun and Simple Exercises Help Children’s Attentiveness

Fun and Simple Exercises Help Children’s Attentiveness

A new study shows that simple, high-intensity exercises help children learn and stay attentive in class.  Read more

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