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Jennifer Richler

Jennifer Richler

Jennifer Richler is a native Canadian who moved to Bloomington in 2008. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology but decided a few years ago to leave academia behind to become a freelance writer. She writes about a wide range of topics, from child development to disabilities to Israeli society. Check out her writing on her website and follow her on Twitter @jrichler.

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What Do Babies Know? IU Scientists Say ‘More Than You Think’

Researchers of infant development at IU say we — and artificial intelligence — can learn a lot from babies. And some have teamed up with the staff at WonderLab to create exhibits and activities tailor-made for young patrons, writes Jennifer Richler. While genes explain some of the differences in the rate at which kids develop, the environment does too — and that’s where places like WonderLab can help. Click here to read the full story.

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