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Couples’ minds think alike when together

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DOUGLAS FARMER, SENIOR EDITOR [email protected]

Readers may have heard about parents who are “in sync” with each other when raising their children. Now, a new study at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has used functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to demonstrate that when couples are physically near each other, their brains respond to parenting stimuli in the same way. Courtesy of Jonathan Borba on Unsplash It would certainly appear, then, that both quantity and quality time have an impact on the way families function. And the message is clear: Parenting works best when spouses pay...Read full article

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