The learning individual
The learning society
Better learning through educational neuroscience?
March 7, 2018
How do certain gene variants shape kids’ development and life outcomes?
Understanding education-associated gene variants could help to devise interventions that will promote positive development for all children
/ October 18, 2017
Bringing scientific evidence to the classroom
Educational neuroscience is not a cure-all for education. But it does promise to find out how we can best support all learners
/ September 20, 2017
DNA variants account for 9% of achievement differences in 16-year-olds
Sophie von Stumm explains how behavior - an important factor in children’s ability to learn - is influenced by genes
/ August 2, 2017
The emergence of individuality
How do people develop into distinct individuals? Nature, nurture, or a third source?
Andreas M. Brandmaier
/ December 7, 2016
Why should we study the genetics of success?
Understanding how differences in children’s genes translate into differences in later life will unlock untold opportunities
Daniel W. Belsky
/ November 23, 2016
“Genes can be turned on or off, but they do not go away”
Psychologist Terrie Moffitt speaks about the "Genetics of Success" and why being born poor does not rule out success in later life
/ August 22, 2016