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Reading physical books to kids makes parents more affectionate– Quartz
Science tells us that, when it comes to children’s cognitive development, reading on screens is just as effective as reading on paper. But the parent-child relationship benefits more from story time with a paper book than with a tablet, because the interaction is warmer and friendlier. See how a study by University of Sussex psychologists, compared changes in the cognitive, affective, and postural aspects of interaction during shared reading on screen versus reading with physical books.
When The Brain Scrambles Names, It’s Because You Love Them- NPR
Ever call your toddler by your husband’s name, or your sister’s name? Brain researchers sought out to find out why that happens. They also found one particular group of people were most prone to mixing up names– mothers.