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Learning by Watching

Researchers report children as young as two are able to use complex mathematical concepts to help them make sense of the world around them.
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Learning the Smell of Fear

According to a new rat study, babies can learn what to fear during the first days of their life by smelling the odor of their distressed mother.
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Same Genes Drive Maths and Reading Ability

Researchers leading a new study into the genetic basis of cognitive traits say around half the genes which influence how well a child reads also play a role in their math abilities.