When Science Spoils Spoilers

Surprise! Spoilers aren’t so bad after all.

ADHD Research Peer-Reviewed By Children

Brain scans of children with AHDH have shown that differences in the activation of the striatum could explain their difficulty in focusing.

Life Is A Rollercoaster–It’s Just How You Ride It

SMU Associate Professor William Tov examines how everyday emotions shape our overall well-being.

Guess What, Parents? Toddlers May Know When You’re Lying

Toddlers as young as two-and-a-half years old can understand when others have thoughts that are different from theirs, and can process false beliefs.

Kids With ADHD Could Be More Sensitive To Failure

For children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, if at first they don't succeed, do they try, and try again?

Intrusive Parents Breed Self-Critical Kids

Children with intrusive parents had high or increased levels of self-criticalness and greater risk of depression and anxiety.

Fast Or Slow, It Was Already Decided Before ‘Go’

Research suggests that runners’ neural activity just before the start of a race can predict miniscule variations in reaction times.

Magic Tricks: Blink And You’ll Miss It

Take it from a professor who is also a magician: when performing illusions, they use the blinks of their audience to their advantage.

Bilingual Babies Learn Languages Faster (VIDEO)

Contrary to widely held beliefs, babies are not hindered by learning two languages—in fact, they learn both languages faster than monolingual babies.