A new study reports gaining expertise with symbolic math refines the primal system of quantity representation in the brain, not the other way around.
A simple test using a raisin can help predict future academic performance in toddlers.
A new study reports early exposure to a language influences how the brain processes sounds from a second language later in life.
A new study reports young children can better remember a piece of information days after they have learned it than they can on initial exposure.
Study reports communicating with infants and labeling items familiar to them can help babies make connections between what they see and what they hear, improving learning later in life.
A new study provides additional insight into how the brain stores and encodes new information.