Recent Posts in April, 2015

  • The Visual Cliff Study

    The Visual Cliff Study
    My all-time favorite study in the field of developmental psychology is the visual cliff. Depth perception is such an important part of survival that it might be programmed into our DNA. After all, our ...
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  • Encouraging Ingenuity

    Encouraging Ingenuity
    Occasionally I hear someone wonder how Romp n’ Roll can be considered an educational program when the children are not being subjected to a lot of rigorous instruction. This represents a serious ...
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  • Not Thinking Clearly

    Not Thinking Clearly
    Parents of preschoolers often get upset or frustrated when their little one can’t do certain tasks. The behavior of infants and toddlers is so different from that of adults that not much is expected ...
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