Prof explains why sad children learn better

Vikram Jaswal discusses his research


June 9, 2008 ó Psychologists at the University of Virginia and the University of Plymouth (United Kingdom) have conducted experimental research that contrasts with the belief that happy children are the best learners. The findings, which currently appear online in the journal Developmental Science, and will be printed in the June issue, show that where… Continue reading Study: Sad Children Out-Perform Happy Children in Attention-to-Detail Tasks

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