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April 23, 2012

Atom-Based Sensor Could Help Children's Brain Research

A new atom-based sensor could improve brain imaging studies of children.

December 09, 2011

Neuroscience Ed. Winner Finds Cognitive Training Helps Parents, Students

Helen Neville has won the 2011Transforming Education Through Neuroscience award for studies suggesting parent training can compound cognitive improvements for children receiving attention interventions.

November 14, 2011

Students Conduct Research In Bug-Based Neuroscience

A school-based neuroscience program teaches students through cyborg bugs.

August 25, 2011

Toddlers May Know More About Language Than They'll Tell

A British study finds that children as young as 2 can identify grammar and complex sentence structure.

June 14, 2011

Arguing for a Nuanced Approach to Studying Video Games

A new study highlights nuances in how video games affect students.

May 16, 2011

Study Finds Interactive Approach Improves Physics Teaching

A new study suggests that interactive teaching can improve students' engagement and learning even in very large classes.

April 14, 2011

Study: Teachers Like Neuroscience, But Confusion Abounds

Incoming teachers believe neuroscience has the potential to improve their practice, according to new research, but there remain a lot of misconceptions about what science of the brain really proves about learning.

February 25, 2011

Study: Peer Pressure May Change Students' Brains

A study set to be published in the April issue of Psychological Science may point to why peer pressure is so hard to fight: It changes the brain itself.

February 16, 2011

Studies Point to New Way to Identify ADHD

A pair of studies of the brain activity and hand movements of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may point to more accurate ways to measure the cause and severity of their problems.

December 23, 2010

Brain Imaging Could Help Target Dyslexia Interventions

A new study of brain images of dyslexic students shows differences in students who are better able to compensate for their disability. The research holds promise for better targeted screening and interventions in the future.

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