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Video as Data

Children’s behavior is rich, complex, and fascinating. But it is transient. At every time scale, from milliseconds to months, behavior happens and then it vanishes. Newborns’ “gas smiles” metamorphose into expressions of real pleasure, babies’ babbles become reciprocal conversations and teen poetry jams, and infants’ awkward toddling steps transform into ballet recitals and soccer goals. But all of it disappears into the ether as soon as the moment has passed. ... More>


Making Connections Within Text: A Review of Anaphor Resolution

Psychological scientists examining children's eye movements found evidence that both working-memory capacity and reading comprehension are important for developing a specific skill. ... More>


Handling Money Decreases Helpful Behavior Among Young Children


How Our Brains Respond to Race