Social Sciences and Psychology - Pedagogy

Life Sciences - Feb 27
Life Sciences
Different learning difficulties do not correspond to specific regions of the brain, as previously thought, say researchers at the University of Cambridge. Instead poor connectivity between 'hubs' within the brain is much more strongly related to children's difficulties. Between 14-30% of children and adolescents worldwide have learning difficulties severe enough to require additional support.
Pedagogy - Feb 27

Parents who experience food insecurity might think they're protecting their children from their family's food situation by eating less or different foods so their children can be spared.

Materials Science - Feb 14
Materials Science

Researchers from the University of Geneva and CY Cergy Paris University have shown that current situations conjure up past situations that share deep, structural, similarities.

Pedagogy - Feb 4
Pedagogy

Altruistic helping - the act of giving away something desirable, even at a cost to oneself - is perhaps no more evident than when it comes to food.

Pedagogy - Feb 19

Century-old theories that having girls or boys ‘runs in families' have been upended by a University of Queensland study, proving parents' genes do not determine their child's gender. Dr Brendan Zietsch from UQ's School of Psychology said the study was the largest conducted on the often-debated question, and concluded the sex of offspring is essentially random.

Pedagogy - Feb 12

Parents often put their own relationship on the back burner to concentrate on their children, but a new study shows that when spouses love each other, children stay in school longer and marry later in life.

Pedagogy - Feb 3
Pedagogy

Used in virtually all of the world's languages, parentese is a speaking style that draws baby's attention.

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