Psychologist Karen Adolph played videos of babies in various acts of problem-solving.
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Research led by a graduate student and a postdoc may lead to the development of drugs for autism.
Sub-Saharan Africa bears 24 percent of global disease but is served by a mere 4 percent of global health care providers.
Researchers required 151 marijuana users to submit DNA samples and impulsivity tests.
Ethnic minorities are less likely to receive adequate treatment, regardless of socioeconomic status
The University sent two delegations to the U.N.’s annual climate change meeting in Warsaw
The talk by Hallam Stevens is the second in a series engaging science with capitalist concepts.
The Russian expedition will travel to Phobos in hopes of collecting deep-space material
The demographic of Americans aged 65 and over is expanding and diversifying.
Researchers ultimately hope to teach the robot, Baxter, how to help with basic household tasks.