Andy’s Quick Hits (48): Learning Before Age Five Can be Seen in the Brain Forty Years Later

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Education before age five leaves structural changes to the brain, identifiable forty years later — impressive! This is the beauty of long-term longitudinal studies (the negative side is you have to wait decades to get the results).

Abecedarian Project was an early education randomised controlled trial that has…

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