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Monthly Archives: January 2020
Adults prefer natural settings to urban ones. We can easily imagine an evolutionary explanation for that preference. But: do children share it? Continue reading
Congratulations to one-time Learning and the Brain blogger, Dr. Kate Mills. The Association for Psychological Science has named her a “Rising Star” for her “innovative work [that] has already advanced the field, and signals great potential for [her] continued contributions.” Dr.