New research from York University shows that while older kids have a superior memory, children as young as four show evidence of the sophisticated technique known as “temporal clustering,” when recalling information.
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The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies and the Department of English will host award-winning Canadian poet and 2022-2023 Writer-in-Residence Karen Solie, as she reads new and selected works.
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New research from York University’s Schulich School of Business shows that social media channels like Twitter can be effective tools for citizens and activists who want to hold business and political leaders more accountable.
Vital winter ice road infrastructure may be cracking and sinking under the load of an unseasonably warm start to the new year across Europe and North America, a trend York University Associate Professor Sapna Sharma and team have detailed in a recent study.
A new review paper that examines how the brain forms lasting memories of spatial environments, and how those representations change with our experience in those environments, brings forth a novel theory on how spatial schemas and cognitive maps are formed and used.
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