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Hand Gestures Dramatically Improve Learning

Gesturing Helps Grade School Children Solve Math Problems

Two Sides of the Same Coin: Speech and Gesture Mutually Interact to Enhance Comprehension

Gestures Lend A Hand In Learning Mathematics; Hand Movements Help Create New Ideas

Gesturing While Talking Helps Change Your Thoughts

Hand Gestures Linked To Better Speaking

In Brain-Injured Children, Early Gesturing Predicts Language Delays

People Unconsciously Use ‘Verbal Gestures’ When They Speak

Few Gender Differences in Math Abilities, Worldwide Study Finds

Believing Stereotype Undermines Girls’ Math Performance: Elementary School Women Teachers Transfer Their Fear of Doing Math to Girls, Study Finds

You Do The Math: Explaining Basic Concepts Behind Math Problems Improves Children’s Learning

It Pays To Compare: Comparison Helps Children Grasp Math Concepts

Physically Fit Kids Do Better In School

Children’s Earliest Words Stem From What Interests Them

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

Second Language Learners Recall Native Language When Reading, Brain Research Suggests

Exposure to More Diverse Objects Speeds Word Learning in Tots

Preschoolers Use Statistics to Understand Others

Children As Young As 19 Months Understand Different Dialects

Preschoolers’ Language Development Is Partly Tied To Their Classmates’ Language Skills

Collecting Your Thoughts: You Can Do It in Your Sleep!

Words Influence Infants’ Cognition from First Months of Life

Words Easily Trigger Painful Memories

Nouns and Verbs Are Learned in Different Parts of the Brain

Parents Should Talk About Math Early and Often With Their Children – Even Before Preschool, Report Finds

Person’s Language May Influence How He or She Thinks About Other People

Remembering to Forget: The Amnesic Effect of Daydreaming

Bedtime Routine Improves Sleep In Infants And Toddlers, Maternal Mood

Use It Or Lose It? Study Suggests The Brain Can Remember A ‘Forgotten’ Language

Young Children Are Especially Trusting of Things They’re Told

Young Toddlers Think In Terms Of The Whole Object, Not Just Parts

Baby Talk: Roots Of Early Vocabulary In Infants’ Learning From Speech

Toddlers Learn Complex Actions From Picture-Book Reading, Says New Research

Why Do Children Experience A Vocabulary Explosion At 18 Months Of Age?

Babies Raised In Bilingual Homes Learn New Words Differently Than Infants Learning One Language

Infants Begin Learning Language As Early As 10 Months Researchers Find