December 7, 2022

If you’ve ever had the feeling that your elementary school kids were “smarter” than you—or at least capable of picking up new information and skills faster—a new study in Current Biology on November 15 suggests you’re absolutely right. The new study also offers a reason: kids and adults exhibit differences in a brain messenger known as GABA, which stabilizes newly learned material.

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