How do sweet children turn into delinquents seemingly right before our eyes? A unique study appearing in the June issue… More
To learn a language, a child must learn a set of all-purpose rules, such as “a sentence can be formed… More
Nearly half a century ago, psychiatrist John Bowlby proposed that the instincts underpinning infants’ attachment to their mother are accompanied… More
New Research Shows Children Less Prone to False Memories than Adults, Challenging Assumptions About Eyewitness Testimony.
In the 1980’s, a spate of high profile child abuse convictions gave way to heightened concern about false memory reports… More
If you’ve ever been captivated by an M.C. Escher drawing of stairways that lead to nowhere or a waterfall that… More
Playground roughhousing has long been a tradition of children and adolescents, much to the chagrin of several generations of parents… More