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illustration of a head with molecules Researchers identify a brain 'switchboard' important in attention and sleep
Released August 14, 2014
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a year-old baby sits in a brain scanner Months before their first words, babies' brains rehearse speech mechanics
Released July 14, 2014
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neuron networks in the brain In the brain, the number of neurons in a network may not matter
Released February 3, 2014
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people and society graphic Babbling babies--responding to one-on-one 'baby talk'--master more words
Released January 6, 2014
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people and society graphic Carnegie Mellon and Temple researchers offer fresh perspective to improve learning by taming instructional complexity
Released November 21, 2013
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people and society graphic How poverty molds the brain
Released October 29, 2013
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people and society graphic Brain Anatomy of Dyslexia Is Not the Same in Men and Women, Boys and Girls
Released May 8, 2013
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Photo of a child holding two puzzle pieces. Puzzle Play Improves Math Skills
Released February 16, 2012
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photo of a child holding two puzzle pieces Puzzle Play May Help Boost Learning Math-related Skills
Released February 15, 2012
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Image of a young woman being prepared by a researcher for a brain imaging system. Gallaudet University Opens New Brain and Language Laboratory
Released December 12, 2011
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image of two young children playing with balls Learning Spatial Terms Improves Children's Spatial Skills
Released November 9, 2011
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a baby wearing an EEG cap Bilingual Babies' Vocabulary Linked to Early Brain Differentiation
Released August 29, 2011
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image of a baby boy Learning to Count Not as Easy as 1, 2, 3
Released June 14, 2011
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image of hands signing Sign Language Users Read Words and See Signs Simultaneously
Released March 22, 2011
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two girls in front of a chalk board Gender Stereotypes About Math Develop As Early As Second Grade
Released March 14, 2011
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Photo of a baby playing with numbered blocks. New Research Finds Number Talk Is Important Before Preschool
Released November 9, 2010
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image of a child doing math problems Parents Should Talk About Math Early and Often With Their Children
Released November 9, 2010
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researchers with the humanoid robot I Want to See What You See: Babies Treat 'Social Robots' as Sentient Beings
Released October 14, 2010
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soccer move from left to right Fouls Go Left: Soccer Referees May Be Biased Based on Play's Direction of Motion
Released July 7, 2010
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dad talking to baby Talk to Your Babies
Released March 25, 2010
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Photo of men playing a saxaphone and a trumpet. Report Says Musicians Hear Better Than Non-Musicians
Released November 13, 2009
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Generic News Image Learning about Learning: NSF Awards $36.5 Million for Three Centers to Explore How Humans, Animals and Machines Learn
Released September 30, 2004
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