Stress in low-income families can affect children's learning Children living in low-income households who endure family instability and emotionally distant caregivers are at risk of having impaired cognitive abilities, according to new research.
How do toddlers use tablets? Researchers studied more than 200 YouTube videos in an effort to understand how toddlers use tablets.
In an Advanced Placement class? Better take the AP test Each year over 2 million high school students take over 4 million Advanced Placement (AP) tests in an attempt to earn college credit. The number of AP students in the United States is growing each year, but a new study questions the usefulness of AP courses for students who don’t take AP tests
Good working memory can make you a better liar Working memory helps children tell better lies, according to new research. The higher a child's verbal working memory, the better their ability to process the verbal information necessary to tell a believable lie.