Educational genomics could mean tailor-made curriculum programmes can be created based on a pupil’s DNA profile.
Babies first learn to recognize the rhythm and intonation of language. The process begins in the womb, where the intonation patterns are transmitted to the baby through the fluids.
Children feel sympathy for others from an early age. Two development psychologists explain how children can learn, based on feelings of sympathy, how to act more thoughtfully.
Researchers have found that some individuals have a 'language aptitude,' which depends on how their brain is organized.
What effect does music have on the developing brains of babies who haven't even learnt to talk?