With the fortuitous turn of a garden fork, Native American artifacts have been found on the UW’s Seattle campus for the first time in 90 years.
With the fortuitous turn of a pronged garden fork, a Native American artifact has been found on the University of Washington’s Seattle campus for the first time in 90 years by a freshman student.
A novel early intervention program for very young children with autism — some as young as 18 months — is effective for improving IQ, language ability and social interaction, a comprehensive new study has found.
Images of the growing brain at the cellular level may help researchers understand what goes wrong with brain development in infants who later develop an autism spectrum disorder and better identify early risk factors for autism.
Young athletes’ achievement goals can change in a healthy way over the course of a season when their coaches create a mastery motivational climate rather than an ego orientation, UW sport psychologists have found.
The odds triple for premature child delivery in pregnant women with a history of depression who used psychiatric medication, according to a new study.
The Walt Disney Company began offering refunds for its “Baby Einstein” DVDs, videos and similar products more than two years after UW researchers showed that the DVDs marketed as boosting infants’ language learning were actually detrimental.