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a year-old baby sits in a brain scanner Months before their first words, babies' brains rehearse speech mechanics
Released July 14, 2014
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current-day Wilkies (right) and ancestral Wilkies Research reveals surprising results about kids' capacity for scientific literacy
Released March 11, 2014
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education graphic Multilevel approach to coping with stigmas identified
Released February 20, 2014
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image of students in a lab NSF-funded study: Single-sex schools offer little to no advantage
Released February 3, 2014
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a child at a desk looking at drawings Boston University study examines the development of children's prelife reasoning
Released January 27, 2014
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a child playing pat-a-cake A first step in learning by imitation, baby brains respond to another's actions
Released October 30, 2013
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image of a male hand holding several books Live and Learn: Most GenXers Are Continuing Their Education
Released May 7, 2013
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image of a brain When People Worry About Math, the Brain Feels the Pain
Released October 31, 2012
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a giant spiral disk of stars, dust and gas The Generation X Report
Released October 23, 2012
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Photo of two babies playing with blocks. Babies Are Born Scientists
Released September 27, 2012
Press Release
a math problem on a chalk board Math Anxiety Causes Trouble for Students As Early As First Grade
Released September 12, 2012
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education graphic Generation X Is Surprisingly Unconcerned About Climate Change
Released July 17, 2012
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image of a child putting together a puzzle Learning About Spatial Relationships Boosts Understanding of Numbers
Released June 13, 2012
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education graphic The Generation X Report
Released April 26, 2012
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image of a student doing a math problem Deaf Children's Gesture Mismatches Provide Clues to Learning Moments
Released April 5, 2012
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Vinod Menon Stanford Imaging Study Reveals Differences in Brain Function for Children With Math Anxiety
Released March 21, 2012
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image of a video camera recording Design Eye for the Science Guy: Drop-in Clinic Helps Scientists Communicate Data
Released February 21, 2012
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girl reading the temperature from a thermometer Generation X: How Young Adults Deal With Influenza
Released January 24, 2012
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photo of two Generation X skydivers The Generation X Report: U-M Survey Paints a Surprisingly Positive Portrait
Released October 25, 2011
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image of a student at his desk A Change in Perspective Could Be All It Takes to Succeed in School
Released August 9, 2011
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photo of a teacher sitting at a desk Writing About Worries Eases Anxiety and Improves Test Performance
Released January 13, 2011
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people and society graphic Gesturing While Talking Helps Change Your Thoughts
Released January 5, 2011
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Noah Finkelstein teaching Gender Gap in Physics Exams Reduced by Simple Writing Exercises, Says CU-Boulder Study
Released November 25, 2010
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education graphic Rural Library Outreach a New Initiative in 'Free-choice Learning' Movement
Released November 9, 2010
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 Sian Beilock Psychologist Shows Why We 'Choke' Under Pressure--and How to Avoid It
Released September 21, 2010
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Cyberchase Children Gain From Cross-Platform Learning
Released July 21, 2010
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education graphic Animals Talk, Sing and Act Like Humans?
Released May 10, 2010
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education graphic Elementary School Women Teachers Transfer Their Fear of Doing Math to Girls
Released January 25, 2010
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middle school teacher doing research Science Teachers' Research Experiences Improve Student Results
Released October 16, 2009
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Photo of a person standing underneath a natural ice arch in Antarctica. Students Least Informed about Environmental Science Are Most Optimistic
Released April 21, 2009
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