Sunday, April 23, 2006

Children More Sensitive to Negative Feedback

Just a quick post, which is in reference to the latest post on the Eide Neurolearning blog. Physical evidence in the form of brain scans show that, indeed, children are affected more by negative feedback than adults. This is one of those things that certainly seems like common sense, and those of you with children just know it is true, but it is always ideal to have the evidence. Have a good Sunday.

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