Cognitive ability drives our ability to recalibrate our views after reading a correction.
Do we get our cognitive abilities from our inherited "nature" or from our environment's "nurture?"
Children begin to rationalize rather than change their circumstances by as early as age four, a new study suggests.
New Spanish research finds young brains develop faster if kids have more exposure to the natural world.
An ambitious five-year study of young orchestral players aims to determine how taking group music lessons impacts them intellectually and emotionally.
The link between cognitive ability and academic performance is an intuitive one, but a new study says there's little evidence to support or refute the value of "executive function" curricula.