Category - Science of Learning

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How much screen time should parents let their kids have? — Quartz

For those who’re a mother or father, you’ve in all probability despaired greater than as soon as on the sight of your child indelibly glued to their smartphone...

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It isn’t easy being Elizabeth Koch — Quartz

Elizabeth Koch is obsessive about the self—not simply hers, however yours and mine, too. She’s the founding father of a neuroscience nonprofit referred to as...

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A genetic expert tackles the nature vs. nurture debate — Quartz

Robert Plomin is not any stranger to controversy. It comes with the territory, he tells me, for somebody who has spent over 4 many years learning the position...

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How do you know if you’re losing your mind? — Quartz

You may be an skilled on brains and spend 30 years learning psychological issues, and it nonetheless won’t put together you for your personal insanity...

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Here’s how to learn anything, according to a leading expert — Quartz

It’s straightforward to get discouraged once we’re making an attempt to learn a troublesome new topic. However according to the creator of one of many world’s...

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Rebellion is a skill, argues a Harvard professor — Quartz

A lot relies upon upon a pink wheelbarrow—or a pair of purple sneakers. Harvard Enterprise Faculty professor Francesca Gino, who research nonconformity, as...