Parents, You’re Right. Research Shows Toddlers Know The Sounds They Make Influence Others

Posted On May 11, 2015
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ATLANTA—Confirming what many parents already know, researchers at Georgia State University and the University of Washington have discovered that toddlers, especially those with siblings, understand how the sounds they make affect people around them.

The findings are published in the Journal of Cognition and Development.

There has been limited research on what children understand about… more »

Chimpanzees Show Similar Personality Traits to Humans, Research Team Finds

Chimpanzees have almost the same personality traits as humans, and they are structured almost identically, according to new work led by researchers at Georgia State University.

The research also shows some of those traits have a neurobiological basis, and that those traits vary according to the biological sex of the individual chimpanzee.

“Our work also… more »