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Infants Can Tell If You’re a Reliable Informant

A study finds that at 8 months old, babies can figure out how reliable people are as sources of information, an important skill for learning. ... More>


A Musical Fix for American Schools


When Do Babies Learn Self-Control?


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring individual differences in children's mathematical development, 5-HTTLPR and amygdala activation, and the relationship between the vestibular system and sense of self. ... More>


Great Apes Share Our Ability to Predict Goal-Oriented Actions

Great apes' eye movements suggest that, like humans, they can anticipate the goal of another individual's movement. ... More>