Sleeping In: Teens’ Circadian Clocks Keep Their Own Time. Should Schools Adapt?

Sleeping In: Teens’ Circadian Clocks Keep Their Own Time. Should Schools Adapt?

"There are always some students who can't get the motor...
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Take Two: Lessons Learned from Twins Research

Take Two: Lessons Learned from Twins Research

Few scenarios have seemed more promising for the unraveling of...
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Human Scale, Curiosity, and Technological Extensions: Part 2

Human Scale, Curiosity, and Technological Extensions: Part 2

Last month's column described a dilemma that our curious brain...
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Brainy Figuring

Brainy Figuring

In pondering the possible relations between inventive thought in mathematics...
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Afraid to Leave Mom: Separation Anxiety in Children

Afraid to Leave Mom: Separation Anxiety in Children

Many children eagerly enter their first classroom excited and a...
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Human Scale, Curiosity, and Technological Extensions: Part 1

Human Scale, Curiosity, and Technological Extensions: Part 1

We necessarily function at a human ability scale when we...
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