A child’s developing memory makes the world wondrous and slow, but an adult’s reliance on routine speeds everything up
Fantastical beliefs in children are associated with positive developmental outcomes
Smartphones are proving useful educational tools - but psychological research highlights the risk of their presence on the classroom
The incidence of parents delaying the start to school has doubled. Why are they making this choice?
Diversity matters when it comes to making sure psychology research is widely applicable
Attentive teachers and parents can help developing teenagers navigate academic disruption
Lying is normal. Being able to detect a child's untruths is exceptional
Dr Kelly Allen MAPS says research shows that a sense of belonging is important to ensure young people thrive at school
Australian psychologists are untangling the many factors that cause academic problems for students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Migrant parents often rely on their children to interpret for them but the responsibility can take a toll.