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Nurturing Moms Boost Brain Growth
Study shows nurturing behaviors lead to a larger hippocampus in children.
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Teens May Experience Big Changes In IQ
Study shows teen IQs can jump -- for better or worse.
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Study Suggests Smart Kids Grow Up To Be Liberal
Children who show innate intelligence tend to hold liberal social beliefs as adults, suggests British research.
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Foster Children Experience Marked IQ Gains Over Institutionalized Orphans
Abandoned children who receive foster care receive an average eight- to ten-point IQ boost over those who enter orphanages, shows a new study on abandoned Romanian children.
Long-Term Study Shows Gender and Income Differences Don't Affect Intelligence Much
Does being born rich, male or female make you smarter? Researchers at the National Institutes for Health (NIH) have been studying hundreds of children for eight years to find out just that. Announcing the initial findings of their ongoing study of healthy ...
Brains Don't Equal Money
Being a genius is little guarantee of financial success, and being a little behind the curve doesn't mean you're destined to burger-flipping wages, shows a longitudinal survey on intelligence and wealth. In fact, there's no notable gap in wealth between pe...
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