By Emma Young. Teach kids how to positively respond to stress — but don’t shield them from it, research suggests.
With big data come new challenges – as a recent debate between researchers illustrates. By Jon Brock
Lots of reading suggestions for psychology fans.
The majority of surveyed sports coaches in Britain and Ireland said they believe in “learning styles”. By Christian Jarrett
The level of bias uncovered in this new research could have significant real-world implications. By Emma Young
Participants who’d taken many courses in neuroscience endorsed nearly half of all brain myths, on average. By Christian Jarrett
There’s no question this new research addresses an important issue. There is a lot of hype about educational neuroscience. By Christian Jarrett
Two study sessions interleaved with sleep seems to lead to especially efficient, long-lasting learning. By Christian Jarrett
It seems a little soul searching of our own is required to better understand the people around us. By Marianne Cezza
By Emma Young In 1750, Benjamin Franklin wrote: “There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know…