Creativity is not just for the young, study finds

If you believe that great scientists are most creative when they’re young, you are missing.

Playing video games generally not harmful to boys’ social development

The popularity of interactive video games has sparked concern among parents, educators, and policymakers about.

It doesn’t pay to play angry when negotiating

Don’t bring anger into negotiation as a tool to try to coerce your counterpart, finds a study that involves Olin Business School faculty and graduates.

Young people store 1.5 megabytes of information to master their native language

New research suggests language acquisition between birth and 18 is a remarkable feat of cognition rather than something humans are just hardwired to do

The world’s adolescents — large unmet needs and growing inequalities

Today’s adolescents make up the largest generation in history, but they encounter greater health challenges than 25 years ago

For infants, distinguishing between friends and strangers is a laughing matter

Study shows five-month-olds can make judgments about relationships through colaughter

In fiction, young people choose traditional love and gender stereotypes

Fictional television series can have an influence on the construction of young people’s identities and.

Children prefer friends who talk like they do

A preference for friends with similar accents does not necessarily mean that the children were biased against those with non-native accents.

Parents, kids spend more time discussing how to use mobile technology

Study found that parents spend more time talking with children about the mechanics of using their mobile devices than they do about what they watch and download

To prepare kids financially, give them practice with money

The process through which parents impart knowledge onto their children is known as “financial socialisation.”