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Instead of just focusing on how mental processes influence goal-directing behaviors in children, the researchers believe studies should focus on what is going on around the child and how that influences their thinking.

Goal-directed behaviors in children may be affected by outside factors

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2021

Children’s ability to stay on task and control their behavior may not just be based on the internal workings of the brain but on outside factors as well, found researchers from WSU, Doctrina Education...

Children should learn to embrace other cultures

OPINION: Parents should teach their children about race

DIANA RIOS February 11, 2021

People have become more conscious about concepts like race, gender identity, sexuality and ultimately their own personal biases that revolve around these deeper notions. Younger generations are striving...

There are drop-off boxes at Walmart, Pullman Building Supply, Neill’s Flowers and Gifts, Four Star Supply, Dissmore’s, Columbia Bank, Washington Trust Bank and Umpqua Bank

‘Even just one coat can really help people who are in need’

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief November 20, 2020

A local volunteer group is holding its annual Coats for Kids Drive until Dec. 15 to support families with children in Pullman Public Schools.  Pullman Child Welfare’s drive started in October this...

In the study, professors will follow 150 children for four years.

Researchers to conduct four-year study on children’s executive functions

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 26, 2020

WSU professors will investigate the role parent-child interaction plays in brain development by following 150 children from infancy to early childhood for four years. “Our main hypothesis is centered...

Sue Kreikemeier, BOOST Collaborative program director, works with children with developmental delays. She helps children with medical conditions like Down syndrome, hearing loss and cerebral palsy.

Local child development worker to retire after 27 years

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 16, 2020

After more than 27 years at BOOST Collaborative Children and Family Support Services, Sue Kreikemeier will be retiring at the end of November. “I wanted to retire when things were going well and leave...

Although staff members at the Palouse Discovery Science Center already had plans to open outdoor options, the center made it possible on a faster timeline due to COVID-19.

Exhibits offer outdoor exploration at science center

JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter and columnist July 20, 2020

Although school is out for summer, children on the Palouse can still expand their curiosities about the outside world through the Palouse Discovery Science Center. The PDSC in Pullman recently opened...

Latah County residents can participate in virtual performances, as well as check out summer reading titles chosen by library staff.

Latah County libraries provides summer reading, virtual performances

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter June 8, 2020

Residents of Latah County can get their fill of reading, crafts and virtual performances this summer through the Latah County Library District. LCLD is offering a Neighborhood Reads program with the...

Study finds depression in rural mothers affects the whole family

Study finds depression in rural mothers affects the whole family

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor March 30, 2020

A 30-year-long study led by a WSU researcher found low-income mothers in rural areas who face depression are more likely to experience other health problems, as well as distrust their doctors. Yoshie...

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