Genetic influences on cognition increase with age
New psychology research shows how genes can be stimulated or suppressed depending on the child's environment and could help bridge the achievement gap between rich and poor students.
View full story
Post your comment.
Long-term care may not be best for adults with traumatic brain injury; other housing needed
Psychology has important role in changing cancer landscape
Study identifies teens at-risk for synthetic marijuana use
Kids who lack sympathy more likely to share with virtuous friends
Alzheimer amyloid clumps found in young adult brains
With kids' antipsychotic treatment on the rise, study looks at prescriber decision-making
New target identified in fight against Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis
Protections, not money, can boost internal corporate whistleblowing
Teachers become healthier when they learn
Licorice manufacturers encouraged to state daily limit of consumption