The learning individual
The learning society
Fostering a growth mindset
Is it as simple as it sounds?
/ January 8, 2018
Self-control: a double-edged sword for high-striving, low-income youth
Developmental psychologist Gene Brody talks about 'skin-deep resilience' in African American youth and its negative effects on health
/ January 5, 2018
Kids growing up in poverty struggle to acquire vital cognitive abilities
Silvia Bunge on developing interventions to better support the learning of goal-directed behavior and reasoning in children
/ October 11, 2017
Why do we view the world differently, even when standing side by side?
New research seeks to understand how attention affects the way children navigate their social world
/ September 15, 2017
How not to raise a procrastinator
Supporting children in achieving goals
Oliver J. Kaftan
/ June 21, 2017
Younger adults focus on growth and outcome, older adults on pursuing goals
Alexandra Freund's research suggests that a heterogeneous age mix in teams is beneficial for both companies and society at large
/ June 6, 2017
What’s self-control got to do with it?
On understanding and promoting restraint in childhood
/ January 11, 2017
Once into learning, always into learning?
Mastery goals can motivate us to pursue lifelong learning no matter the circumstances, and no matter our level of education
/ September 5, 2016
Lifelong learning is both fun and vital for life management
Alexandra M. Freund
/ August 15, 2016