Perry Preschool Study

Lifetime Effects: The HighScope Perry Preschool Study Through Age 40 (2005) This study — perhaps the most well-known of all HighScope research efforts — examines the lives of 123 children born in poverty and at high risk of failing in school. From 1962–1967, at ages 3 and 4, the subjects were randomly divided into a […]

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April 22, 2019

Factors Impacting Child IQ

IQ is one of may success factors in life

Many visitors of our website have asked about the tips for raising healthy and smart kids. Based on the leading research studies around the globe, we are summarizing the key factors that impact a child’s IQ. A good exercise for the readers would be to make a checklist of these items and go through the list […]

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April 12, 2019

EQ vs IQ

You have probably heard of the IQ – the intelligence quotient. This is a measure of intelligence that is obtained through standardized testing. As such, it is connected with activities and tasks that involve logic, reading comprehension, and other skills. It is also tied to abstract thinking, the ability to understand and apply information, and […]

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April 7, 2019

Scientific Racism

In recent years, there have been many worrying trends but one that deserves special attention is the rise of scientific racism or race science. This is a pseudoscientific view, cloaked in an academic-sounding language, that tries to promote the idea that there are inherent differences between individuals of different races. The proponents argue that there […]

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March 27, 2019

Childhood trauma linked to higher rates of mental health problems

According to a research at Stanford school of medicine, children who have faced trauma during childhood have higher risk of learning and behavioral disabilities. These traumatic experiences can cause children to score lower on IQ and other standardized tests as compared to the children who have more stable childhood. The study is significant as it […]

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March 8, 2019

Identifying High IQ Children

“Is my child gifted?”. I have been asked many times during my career. Every caring parents wonders if his/her child has the capabilities to achieve success in life and if parents are making sure that their child is reaching its learning potential. In the following paragraphs, I will briefly explain what do you need to […]

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October 30, 2018

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All Children are Born Geniuses

If you happen to be pregnant right now look at your watch and start counting now! Count sixty seconds. During that one minute your unborn child gains approximately one quarter of a million new brain cells, reveals Glenn Doman in his book, How To Give Your Child Encyclopedic Knowledge. He stresses, “Function determines structure”. In […]

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October 4, 2018

What if your child has low IQ

Introduction There are many signs of low IQ in children. If your child has had difficulty with school performance, getting along with teachers and other students, or is not reaching the developmental milestones for their age, the school may have arranged for various types of testing. There are several tests which measure the child’s intelligence […]

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Parenting Tips for Gifted Children

Children who are considered exceptionally intellectual fall under the umbrella term “gifted”. Giftedness refers to creative and intellectual aptitudes. Talent refers to areas of ability, such as music or math. Gifted children can be highly talented in one area of life while having deficiencies in other areas, having a high IQ does not mean there […]

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