Researchers identify how cytoplasmic dynein-2, a molecular motor essential for human development, works.
Researchers report children as young as two are able to use complex mathematical concepts to help them make sense of the world around them.
Role playing with dolls to simulate interacting with an infant allows researchers to predict which parents-to-be could be headed for conflict when their baby arrives.
One key to learning is uninterrupted playtime between siblings, a new study reports.
A new study reports emotional and behavioral problems can occur with even low exposure to lead. Additionally, as the levels of lead increase in the blood, so do the problems.
A new study reports stresses experienced in early life could change areas of the brain responsible for learning, memory and emotional processing.
Moving in time with another to music helps babies to bond, a new report suggests.
According to new research, children who are physically fit have faster and more robust neuroelectrical brain responses during reading tasks than their less fit peers.
In order to overcome their egocentric take on the world, the supramarginal gyrus region of the brain must be developed in children, a new study reports.
A new study reports neurons survive better when mastering a task early in life.
The earliest childhood memories may develop earlier than previously thought, a new study suggests.
New research details where genes are turned on in the brain during pregnancy. The study provides new insight into diseases such as autism and the origins of human uniqueness.
According to new research, children who use their hands to gesture during math lessons obtain better understanding of the concepts taught.
Researchers reveal the effect the immune system has on brain development in infants.
A new study reports a father's advancing age at childbearing can lead to higher rates of psychological and academic problems for the offspring.