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The Unhealthy Ego: What Can Neuroscience Tell Us About Our ‘Self’?

October 29, 2010 — With Election Day right around the corner, political egos are on full display. One might even think that possessing a „big ego” is a prerequisite for success in politics, or in any position of … > full story

A Single Interaction Affects the Way a Child Seeks Information, Study Finds

Seven-year-old children only need to interact with a person once to learn who to trust and seek information from, according to a new …  >full

Children Under Three Can’t Learn Action Words From TV – Unless An Adult Helps


(Sep. 21, 2009) — Using modified clips from the program Sesame Beginnings, researchers studied children’s ability – with and without adult support – to learn a new verb and apply that word to a new scene. The …  > read more

Innovative Approach Affords Researchers Clearer View Of Autism (Mar. 22, 2006) — Using new technology and a unique approach, Binghamton University researchers are hoping to help children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) deal with their most common and problematic areas of …  > read more

Learning Is Both Social And Computational, Supported By Neural Systems Linking People (July 19, 2009) — Education is on the cusp of a transformation because of recent scientific findings in neuroscience, psychology, and machine learning that are converging to create foundations for a new science of …  > read more

Mother-Child Attachment, Children’s Temperament Play A Role In ‘Terrible 2’ Conflicts (Mar. 26, 2008) — Attachment security was found to be related to the quality, but not frequency of conflict between mothers and their 2-year-olds. Observations with 60 mothers and their children at 30 months and 36 …  > read more

Friends With Cognitive Benefits: Mental Function Improves After Certain Kinds of Socializing

Getting Older Leads to Emotional Stability and Happiness, Study Shows

Emotional Intelligence Predicts Job Performance

Habit Formation Appears to Be an Innate Ability, Fine-Tuned by Experience

Researchers Find a ‘Liberal Gene’