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Brain Activity Decoder Can Reveal Stories in People’s Minds
A new artificial intelligence system can translate a person’s brain activity — while listening to a story or silently imagining telling a story — into a continuous stream of text.
In Sync Brainwaves Predict Learning
The connection among students and to their instructor is telling about the learning process, according to researchers.
Why Some Children May Be Slower to Learn Words
New research could help identify children at risk for language delay at an earlier stage so that they can get better support.
What Happens When We Read? Decoding the Brain's Dual Networks
New research reveals how two adjacent brain networks collaborate to make sense of what we read.
New Insights on Brain Development Through Adolescence
Brain regions that support cognitive, social and emotional functions remain malleable well into adolescence, longer than other brain regions.
When Learning, Remembering and Recalling Don't Sync
What happens in the brain when your mind goes blank? New research identifies critical processes that determine whether we remember or forget.
Visual Navigation for Crawling and Walking Use Different Brain Regions (And Why That Matters)
New research findings may help explain developmental milestones as children learn to interact with and navigate their near environments.
Can Children Map Read at the Age of Four?
Children start to develop the basic skills that underlie map reading from the age of four – according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
These Movement Exercises Predicted Young Kids' School Performance
Young children who performed well on these tasks were more likely to achieve higher scores for reading, writing and math.
How to Train Your Brain to Ignore Distractions
While strong distractions may automatically capture our attention, the trained brain can rapidly suppress such distractions to help us efficiently reach our goals.
Solving a Tough Problem? Kids Use the Same Brain Network as Adults
When kids face tough problems -- like math -- they rely on the same brain network as adults.
Robot Helps Students with Learning Disabilities Stay Focused
Engineering researchers are successfully using a robot to help keep children with learning disabilities focused on their work.
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