Articles by Peter Gray
- Are Video Games Dangerous?
- Doing More Time in School
- Is Real Educational Reform Possible? If So, How?
- The Many Benefits for Children of Playing Video Games
- The Most Basic Freedom is the Freedom to Quit
- Unsolicited Evaluation is the Enemy of Creativity
- Why Children Protest Going to School: More Evolutionary Mismatch
- Why Don't Students Like School?
- Why Our Coercive System of Schooling Should Topple
- Why Young Children Protest Bedtime: A Story of Evolutionary Mismatch
- The Wisdom of Hunter-Gatherers
Peter Gray, Ph.D., a research professor of psychology at Boston College, is a specialist in developmental and evolutionary psychology. He is the author of an introductory textbook, Psychology, and Free to Learn, a book about children's natural ways of educating themselves, and how adults can help (Basic Books, 2013). For more information and articles, visit his blog Freedom to Learn.