A decade ago all the newspapers where talking about the so called “Mozart effect”. It stated that by simply listening
Since the early 90s, professor of psychology Susan Hallam, from the University College London, has set out to study how
These are some ideas on how to easily set up scenarios that can spark your little one’s interest. According to
Noticing, recalling, and identifying different colors and shapes is a skill that underlies any activity in which we need to
The guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggest that, between 2 and 3 years of age, children learn
Humans rely greatly on the information obtained through the eyes. Neuropsychologists call this process “visual object recognition” and is such
In 2005, psychologists Debora Stipeck and Rachel Valentino from Stanford University looked into the relationship between memory and attention skills
Working memory, as the name suggests, refers to the cognitive skill that allows us to hold information in our minds
Following the cognitive developmental milestones proposed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, here are some practical ideas to help your
According to neuroscientist Michael Posner, there are three underlying cognitive networks that relate to different functions of the attention skills.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says that between 36 and 48 months of age, your preschooler is working hard to
As you can observe from your own experience, memory is not only a muscle that needs lots of exercise, it’s
Attachment became a buzzword in pediatrics and developmental psychology when London’s psychiatrist John Bowlby used the term to describe the
In 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics released an update on its guidelines for children’s exposure to screens and media.
Preschoolers are known for their curiosity. So many of the things surrounding them constitute brand new experiences while their own
Every time you answer one of your child’s questions, you are actually fostering their cognitive development! Specifically, you’re stimulating their
After hitting the 24-month mark, you might notice that your toddler’s verbal and cognitive skills have developed so much and
As adults, our understanding of the world relies on our ability to differentiate appearances from reality. We know from experience
Have your ever wondered how your 3 or 4-year-old develops their understanding of characteristics and proprieties? When your little one
Young children are the definition of fast learners! When they are just 12 months old, they are already taking in
The American Academy of Pediatrics states that, between 36 and 48 months of age, children start developing their conceptual reasoning
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