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Babies Understand Counting and Quantity Earlier than Believed

Johns Hopkins researchers find that from as young 14 months, babies who hear counting realize that counting indicates quantity. Babies who are years away from being able to say “one,” “two,” and “three” already have a sense of what counting means, Hopkins researchers have discovered. “Research like ours shows that babies actually have a pretty […]

Hopkins students give advice on how to land a research position on campus

Around 85 percent of students on campus are involved in some kind of research, whether it’s in the natural sciences, social sciences or the humanities. For new freshmen eager to tackle their first research project or upperclassmen looking to diversify their academic pursuits, reaching out to potential mentors and finding research positions can be a […]