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Alison Gopnik on new brain-wave research about the way children think.
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Alison Gopnik on a much older technology that Socrates complained about.
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Research spotlights the grim effect of poverty on education, Alison Gopnik writes.
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Shakespeare got his psychology right: Low status can make us more altruistic, says Alison Gopnik.
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Alison Gopnik on new epigenetics research that reveals genes' role in a vicious circle of poverty.
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Humans' sensitivity to crowds operates in a remarkably swift and automatic way, writes Alison Gopnik.
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New research suggests the common theory that links consciousness and control is wrong, says Alison Gopnik.
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Josie Glausiusz relishes Alison Gopnik's study on how child-rearing demands the embrace of messy realities.
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Alison Gopnik on research that shows little kids' surprisingly sophisticated concepts of fantasy and reality.
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An anthropologist says that evening campfires may have done much to spark human culture, Alison Gopnik reports.
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Young children develop the concept of free will in the short period between ages 4 and 6, writes Alison Gopnik.
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Alison Gopnik on Laurence Steinberg’s ‘Age of Opportunity’ and on what sends teens toward triumph or tribulation.
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We might try to teach children about evolution via picture books when kids are still in kindergarten, says Alison Gopnik.
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A new study finds that teaching children a detailed theory of nutrition can lead to healthier eating, writes Alison Gopnik.
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Alison Gopnik on the important things that IQ studies and experiments involving foster-mother rats tell us about intelligence.
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Looking back on the World Series, columnist Alison Gopnik celebrates what moneyball thinking has failed to conquer in the sport.
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Tablet experiments suggest that teaching via interactive video beats recordings as a way for babies to learn, says Alison Gopnik.
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Alison Gopnik finds that the process used by little babies to figure out the world has much in common with scientific experiments.
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Alison Gopnik on a study of academia that shows how being convinced of intrinsic ability may lead to bias and unwillingness to change.
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Alison Gopnik on research that shows how humans (and rats) set up protected spaces for children to deal with the dangerous adult world.
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Alison Gopnik, looking back at the past and future year in science, sees huge advances in some areas—plus some things to worry about.
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After her column about the important of grandmothers in human civilization, Alison Gopnik looks at other non-mothers who care for children.
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Children are remarkably good at coming up with creative concepts in a way that computers can’t even begin to match, writes Alison Gopnik.
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There's new, powerful evidence that programs making life better for young children also have long-term economic benefits, says Alison Gopnik.
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Mind & Matter: Alison Gopnik on the important things that IQ studies and experiments involving foster-mother rats tell us about intelligence.
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Mind & Matter: Alison Gopnik finds that the process used by little babies to figure out the world has much in common with scientific experiments.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Alison Gopnik's experiences with her 2-year-old grandson suggest that new theories about education, called Learning through Observation and Pitching In, have validity.
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For Halloween, Alison Gopnik looks at a scientific explanation for the mysterious ‘feeling of presence’ that has led 18% of Americans to say they have experienced a ghost.
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