The study focused on how children’s knowledge level influences what information they find interesting. The findings suggest that children are not simply attracted to information by its novelty.
Young children who practice visual working memory and reasoning tasks improve their math skills more than children who focus on spatial rotation exercises.
Zero to minimal intervention during conflict among children is a characteristic of the mimamoru approach practiced in Japanese schools to foster the voluntary participation of kids in their learning.
Children born in December are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with a learning disorder as those born in January.
Using eye-tracking technology, researchers find that people with dyslexia have a profoundly different and much more difficult way of sampling visual information.
A new study explains why people rarely look at a situation, object or idea that needs improving -- in all kinds of contexts -- and think to remove something as a solution. Instead, we almost always add some element, whether it helps or not.