An intervention treatment called Mindful Awareness in Body-oriented Therapy, or MABT, helps women recover from, and prevents relapse, in substance use disorder when used in conjunction with community-based programs.
According to researchers, the prevalence of being left-handed is lower in children who were breastfed compared to those who were bottle fed. The study proposes breastfeeding may optimize brain lateralization towards dominant handedness.
Study reveals the ability to anticipate touch also indicates a child's ability to focus.
According to a new study, practicing mindfulness can have beneficial effects on both parents and children. The study reports parents who practice mindfulness have better control of their emotions, which helps them to apply consistency and encourage their children. Children showed improvements in social skills and a decrease in negative behaviors when interacting with others.
At 60 days old, the infant brain shows greater neurological activity associated with the lips than any other part of the body, a new study reveals.
Eight weeks of specialized tutoring helps strengthen white matter connections in those with dyslexia, helping to improve reading performance, researchers say.
Reading ability in kindergarten predicted later reading, math and language skills in children. Researchers say adding language to 'kindergarten readiness' skills can help to improve academic success in other subject areas.
University of Washington researchers report activity in the somatosensory cortex for both felt and observed touch demonstrates 7 month old babies can make a basic connection between self and others.
According to researchers, young teens who suffer from chronic or severe forms of depression are at an increased risk of developing problems with cannabis by the age of 18.
Researchers from the University of Washington report that with special tuition, babies from monolingual homes can develop bilingual abilities that remain even after their training is complete.