Early spatial reasoning predicts later creativity and innovation, especially in STEM fields
Exceptional spatial ability at age 13 predicts creative and scholarly achievements over 30 years later, according to new results.
View full story
Post your comment.
Thirty per cent of adults with attention deficit disorder report childhood physical abuse
Drug protects mice against malaria brain damage, raises levels of BDNF in humans
Preschoolers can outsmart college students at figuring out gizmos
Postsurgical pain control linked to patient satisfaction with hospital experience
Advertisements Telling Smokers 'Why' to Quit More Successful Than 'How' Messages
Aggression, rule-breaking common among Taiwanese teenagers who have early sex
Exploring sexual orientation and intimate partner violence
Cigarette smoking may cause physical changes in brains of young smokers, study shows
Children who regularly practice family routines exhibit higher social-emotional health
Benefits of community-based treatment of schizophrenia demonstrated by milestone study