Father Influence on Cognition + Executive Function

Father influence on cognition + executive function is the topic researcher Alyssa Meuwissen, Ph.D., has explored over recent years. In both research and popular culture, moms have often been depicted as the “default” parent.  However, demographic trends show that dads are becoming more involved in the care of young children. There is great variety in […]

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Minnesota Executive Function Scale available for Android Users!

It is with great pleasure we announce the Minnesota Executive Function Scale (MEFSTM) is now available on Google Play for Android users! You can download the free app to your Android Tablet by searching Minnesota Executive Function in the Google Play store. The MEFSTM app is a game-like, drag-and-drop early learning readiness tool designed to provide a brief, comprehensive, direct […]

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Civic Science to Improve Child Outcomes

Mind in the Making author Ellen Galinsky, the Bezos Family Foundation, and leading researchers on Executive Function (including our Co-founders!) make the case for citizens and scientists to work together to address our most challenging and science needs to improve child outcomes in the latest issue of Child Development. Contact us to request the article.

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Parent Newsletter – June 2017

See our second Parent Newsletter of 2017, highlighting tips and activities for building executive function skills in your children: June 2017 Q2 v2.2.

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Webcast with National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector

Each month, the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS) hosts live webinar sessions to cover important questions about how linguistic and cultural fluency, social fluency, emotional flexibility, and executive functions contribute to positive outcomes for children. This month, they’re welcoming Dr. Stephanie Carlson and Dr. Phil Zelazo, Reflection Sciences Co-founders and creators of the Minnesota Executive […]

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