According to new research, children who use their hands to gesture during math lessons obtain better understanding of the concepts taught.
Researchers find those who are blind from birth visualize numbers the opposite way around from sighted people.
A new neuroimaging study could help explain how the brain reorganizes itself as children learn math facts.
A new study reports individualized math lessons reduces anxiety and alters fear circuits in children while improving their arithmetic performance.
Researchers discover toddlers with poor motor function also exhibit poor math skills. The findings could help educators to identify children who may require extra math help.
Psychologists are using quantum physics to explain how we make decisions.
Researchers have developed a new math method that can detect geometric structures in the brain's neural activity.
Researcher proposes a Theory of Connectivity which suggests neural cliques provide a basic framework for how neurons connect and function.