SPEAKING / TRAINING
January 17, 2019
Reading to a toddler-aged child does more than just get them to sit still for a few minutes.
Led by James Law, Professor of Speech and Language Sciences in Newcastle University’s School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, researchers found something inter...
May 17, 2018
We all want to hang out with the people who really “get” us—our equals, our peers. As it turns out, this even appears to hold true for infants.
In some ways, it can be easy to know a baby’s likes and dislikes. They generally like being carried by a parent, and dislike s...
April 27, 2018
When you really think about it, the fact that you can read this sentence is nothing short of amazing.
In a fraction of a second, you are able to look at a series of complicated shapes, identify each one and connect it to several possible sounds, group those sound option...
January 17, 2018
Read this shopping list, and then cover it with your hand:
Now, how many of the items can you remember without peeking? Give yourself a moment to recall as many of them as you can.
August 21, 2015