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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Expecting Children to Teach Enhances Learning and Memory

expecting children to teach‘Examinations’, ‘mid-terms’, ‘finals’ – a test by any other name is just as intimidating. Teachers assign tests to see whether their students have acquired essential knowledge after having the chance to learn it, or as preliminary assessment of students’ existing knowledge.   Read more

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Minimal Video Gaming Linked to Higher Quality of Life

video-game playingWith the constant influx of information surrounding the effects of children’s video-gaming, it can be tough for parents to decipher whether video games are harmful or helpful. Read more

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Preterm Babies’ Cognitive Abilities Can Catch Up Years Later

Preterm Babies’ Cognitive Abilities Can Catch Up Years LaterMost parents know that preterm, or premature, babies can face a myriad of short-term and long-term developmental issues. Compared to babies born at term, preterm babies exhibit a high prevalence of cognitive, motor, and behavioral delays. Read more

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