The CogFest Undergraduate Poster Session was held on Monday, March 25th in the Thompson Library Campus Reading Room.
A single allergic reaction during pregnancy prompts sexual-development changes in the brains of offspring that last a lifetime, new research suggests.
When your teen or tween lets you down, you could dole out punishment or take away privileges.
But developmental psychologists say there’s another option for correcting their behavior that could go a long way toward growing good adults.
Videos from February 15-16 Interdisciplinary Workshop on the Philosophy and Psychology of Visual Space talks are available on-line. Special thanks to Paul Scotti for recording them and posting them.
As we grow up we get better at tasks involving thinking. But there is something at which 5 year olds excel and that adults are really not very good at - and that is noticing things.