The New Zealand woman who was kicked by Miguel during a Billboard Music Awards performance continues to suffer cognitive difficulties and has yet to receive any assistance from the R&B singer nearly a month after the incident, her attorney said.
Thomas Bausman, 2, and his brother Jake, 10 months, are typical American babies. Every day, Thomas settles down to watch two hours of television, while Jake sits in front of the set for an hour, the national average for their respective ages.
Jean Piaget, the pioneering Swiss philosopher and psychologist, spent much of his professional life listening to children, watching children and poring over reports of researchers around the world who were doing the same. He found, to put it most succinctly, that children don’t think like grownups.
You don’t have to be a biologist or an anthropologist to see how closely the great apes–gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans–resemble us.
Reports about the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease seem almost as inexorable as the illness. Each new survey appears to uncover a higher incidence of this wasting affliction of the mind
Laura Pizzuto, 78, of Seattle admits she loses her words every now and then. An avid gardener, she will sometimes forget the name of a familiar plant
A man brutally beaten in New York City was targeted because he is openly gay, the New York Police Department said Monday.
Like nose-picking and a preoccupation with feculence, the inability to sit still for long periods is a defining characteristic of childhood.