Extended Adolescence: When 25 Is the New 18

It is a common grumble that teens try to grow up too fast – no more! New research suggests that teenagers are less likely to engage in adult activities such as having sex and drinking alcohol, and the explanations for this phenomenon are ...

Oct 31

Categories: Adult psychological development, Child and/or Adolescent Issues, ...

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What Causes Sibling Rivalry? An Evolutionary Perspective

Siblings are frequently found fighting over the best toy, the favorite toy, or the last cookie. But at first glance, sibling rivalries do not make sense from an evolutionary perspective - they share similar genes, so they should be inclined only to ...

Oct 14

Categories: Child Development, Family Problems, Parenting

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Children as young as four believe in karma – good things happen to ...

From early childhood on, children already believe that events in their lives are not purely coincidental, but that they happen for an intended reason, such as rewarding people for their good behavior. This bias of believing in karmic justice is not ...

Sep 15

Categories: Child Development

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Ways Your Childhood Shaped Your Core Beliefs Today

There are three core beliefs formed in our childhood that affects us in later life. In therapy, these beliefs may surface during consultations for issues like marital problems.

Sep 8

Categories: Child Development

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An Unstable Childhood Could Lead to Adult Obesity

A person with a stressful and unstructured childhood could gain habits that may lead to adult obesity.

Jul 31

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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Early Life Stress Reduces These Two Emotional Skills

Stress experienced by a person in early life decreases their ability to feel enthusiasm and experience pleasure when they are adults. Hence, early life stress is a major factor for depression. Neglected or abused children have almost twice the ...

Jul 15

Categories: Child Development, Depression

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Six Ways Developmental Trauma Shapes Adult Identity

Dissociation from oneself has long-term implications for who we become.

Jul 7

Categories: Adult psychological development, Child Development, Identity ...

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Helping kids understand frightening events

Stop, look, and listen.

May 25

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child Development, Post Traumatic ...

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How To Raise Children With Short Attention Spans

New research has found that attention spans could be “passed on” to your children! Read more to find out.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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Spanking Children Promotes Antisocial Behaviour and Slows Mental ...

There are many ways to correct a child’s behaviour and one that some parents may use would be spanking. Research has shown that spanking is one of the ways to correct misbehaviour but at a very huge cost.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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The Learned Attitude That Makes Children More Anxious and Violent

The values and beliefs of society have a tremendous impact on a child’s personality. New research has discovered the reason to why children in certain countries are more likely to be more aggressive than children from other countries.

Apr 13

Categories: Child Development

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In Preschool, it is Quality that Matters

There is far from a dearth of research regarding early childhood education, and the main question that researchers ask is whether attending preschool is a necessary endeavour. The latest research shows that preschool education only has long-lasting ...

Mar 13

Categories: Child Development

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Elaborative Conversational Style Helps Your Child In Remembering ...

Questions with plenty of ‘who?’. ‘what?’, ‘when?’, ‘where?’ and ‘why?’ encourage children to go into details and such open-ended questions are known as the elaborative style. Past and on-going researches have shown improvement in ...

Feb 24

Categories: Child Development

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Sleeping difficulties in children with adhd

Sleeping difficulties have been recognized as an issue among some children with ADHD. Lack of sleep leads to children having difficulty in focusing and providing attention when needed which may cause a long-term effect on their quality of life.

Feb 13

Categories: Child Development

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Talking To Your Child At Their Level

It is challenging to communicate with toddlers as they are still learning to speak in full sentences and not forgetting, they have difficulty understanding what the adults are saying to them.

Feb 3

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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