The University of East Anglia’s researchers have discovered a strong correlation between infants’ and toddlers’ early brain development and speech listening. According to University of East Anglia research, parents who communicate to their infants or toddlers unintentionally promote brain development. Talking to your little one even briefly helps mould their developing brain. The Journal of […]
What effect do parents’ cognitive and non-cognitive skills have on their children’s education?
According to a recent study, parents’ genes that are connected to both cognitive and non-cognitive talents have an impact on their child’s educational performance. A new study from King’s College London’s Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) demonstrates that parents’ genes associated with both cognitive and non-cognitive talents have an impact on their children’s […]