Parents Affect Their Children’s View of Intelligence

Children's mindset about intelligence is affected by their parents.

Jul 1

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Parenting

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New research shows that a parent's perception of their child's weight ...

Researchers from the University of Liverpool and Florida State University College of Medicine have conducted a study on the effect the misperception of a child's weight by their parents can have on a child's actual weight.

Apr 22

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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Rewarding children with food could lead to emotional eating

Parents who use very overly controlling feeding practices with their children, such as using food as a reward or a treat, could be unintentionally teaching their children to rely on food to deal with their emotions.

Apr 13

Categories: Eating Disorders, Parenting

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Kids' Grades Can Suffer When Parent Is Depressed

Recently, a large Swedish study showed that grades may decline, too, when a parent is depressed.

Apr 8

Categories: Depression, Family Problems, Parenting

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Bilingual baby brains show increased activities

The study also gives evidence that the brains of babies from bilingual families remain more open to learning new language sounds, compared with babies from monolingual families.

Apr 5

Categories: Parenting

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Parents' binge eating, restrictive feeding practices may be reactions ...

Parents who reported feeling distress when their child was angry, crying or fearful were more likely to engage in episodes of binge eating - and to limit the amounts or types of food they provided to their children, University of Illinois ...

Apr 1

Categories: Eating Disorders, Parenting

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How Depression Can Change a Mom's Oxytocin

Psychologists are looking at how breast feeding, oxytocin and face-to-face interactions between a mother and her baby are impacted by depression and the mother's oxytocin levels.

Mar 23

Categories: Depression, Parenting

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Parent's Depression: Link to Child's Asthma?

A new study is underway to determine whether treating a depressed caregiver will improve the child’s asthma.

Mar 15

Categories: Depression, Health / Illness / Medical Issues, Parenting

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Time spent playing video games may have positive effects on young ...

High video game usage was associated with a 1.75 times the odds of high intellectual functioning and 1.88 times the odds of high overall school competence.

Mar 10

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Parenting

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Mom Gives Daughter Her Emotional Brain Structure

It is the first evidence that brain structure implicated in depression may be inherited.

Mar 8

Categories: Parenting

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The Reason Parents Should Show Their True Feelings To Their Children

Some parents always try to hide their negative emotions and amplify their positive emotions.

Feb 29

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child Development, Parenting

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Christmas Sweets: What they reveal about preventing child obesity

When you hear the word “Christmas”, what are the first five words that instantly pop into your head? This was the question asked in a new study that led researchers to suggest that differences in food parenting styles for special occasions, may ...

Dec 26

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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Millennials are more confident in their parenting than others

New research suggests millennial moms are more confident about having parenting nailed than moms of other generations.

Dec 21

Categories: Parenting

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Why Parents Worry More About Sex than Violence in the Movies

Violence is more harmful to people than sex. Parents universally hope their kids will never have to be violent or even experience violence. Sex, on the other hand, is a part of life that everybody wants their offspring to enjoy eventually. So why ...

Dec 5

Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Parenting

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5 fun ways to build your child’s brain

Don’t amuse your kids into creative impotence. Constant amusement inhibits imagination. Let them be bored.

Nov 27

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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