Daily Archives: October 30, 2018

The quality of child-parent talk is more important than quantity

A child’s early exposure to the language is at the heart of development. Aspects of early language environments have been found to predict language skills, cognitive skills, and academic achievement in previous studies. Language exposure encompasses many elements, and researchers … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of the Aging Brain

Tantalizing evidence suggests that brain activity shifts to increase wisdom as we age. While aging diminishes activity in certain brain regions, there’s tantalizing evidence this may be compensated by changes in brain regions associated with supportive and social behavior. This … Continue reading

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Microsociology

One of the directions that is needed in social/behavioral studies is examining in detail the world of here and now, second by second, and the larger world of individual and group behavior, and, the most difficult, the relationships between the … Continue reading

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