Positive relationships boost self-esteem, and vice versa

Positive relationships with parents will improve self-esteem of children, hence enabling them to build healthy relationships with their peers in the future, especially during adolescence.

Oct 4

Categories: Self-Esteem

GO

Monthly phone check-in may mean less depression for families of ...

A 40-minute call every month from a non-clinical professional may help to improve depressive symptoms for individuals who are caring for their loved ones who are dementia patients.

Oct 3

Categories: Dementia, Depression

GO

Emphasizing social play in kindergarten improves academic, reduces ...

Schools that emphasizes more play, hands-on learning and students helping each other in kindergarten improves academic outcomes, self-control and attention regulation. This curriculum further enhances a child’s joy in learning and teachers’ ...

Sep 28

GO

1-2 caffeinated drinks not linked with higher risk of migraines; 3 ...

Migraines can be a real headache, disrupting the lives of more than a billion adults globally. Studies looking into triggers for migraines have found that the amount of caffeine ingested has a complicated relationship with the experience of migraine ...

Sep 26

Categories: Other

GO

Preterm babies are less likely to form romantic relationships in ...

Meta-analysis conducted by researchers found that adults who were born pre-term are less likely to form romantic relationships than full-term peers

Sep 25

Categories: Child Development

GO

Popular mobile games can be used to detect signs of cognitive decline

A new study from the University of Kent seeks to make use of mobile games to detect signs of cognitive decline so as to identify the onset of cognitive disorders at an early stage.

Sep 24

Categories: Cognitive Problems Amnesia / Dementia

GO

High Social Support associated with less violence among male teens in ...

The presence of adult social support is linked to significantly fewer occurrences of sexual violence, youth violence and bullying, and to more positive behaviours, including school engagement and future aspirations. This study suggests that ...

Sep 23

GO

Predictability of parent interaction positively influences child’s ...

A child’s attachment and ability to regulate emotions are built on a reasonably good interaction with their parents. The importance of the quality of interaction is emphasized during the first few years, when the child’s brain is still ...

Sep 21

Categories: Child Development

GO

Feeling depressed? Mahjong might be the answer

Playing Mahjong, a popular game amongst Chinese, is likely to help reduce symptoms of depression as it serves as a form of social participation for many older adults.

Sep 20

Categories: Depression

GO

How happy couples argue: Focus on solvable issues first

Conflicts often arise between couples, regardless of how happy they are in the relationship. However, the difference between couples who are happy in their relationship and those who are unsatisfied is the way they resolve these conflicts. Happy ...

Sep 19

Categories: Couple Counseling

GO

More learning in ‘active learning’ classrooms, but students ...

For decades, there has been evidence that active learning – classroom techniques designed to help students to participate in the learning process – produces better educational outcomes for students at virtually all levels

Sep 18

Categories: Child Development

GO

Instagrammers Who Post Lots Of Selfies Are Judged As Less Likeable ...

People whose Instagram accounts are filled with selfies are often thought to be narcissistic. Whether these judgements are true or not has yet to be confirmed, but recent studies have found that individuals have a less positive impression of people ...

Sep 17

Categories: Personality problems

GO

Kids wore video cameras in their preschool class, for science

The researchers documented the different experiences by having the children wear a video camera on their head for 2 hours on one day to see what the class was like from the child’s perspective.

Sep 16

Categories: Child Development

GO

Commonly used antibiotics may lead to heart problems

Therapeutic Evaluation Unit found that current users of fluoroquinolone antibiotics, such as Ciprofloxacin or Cipro, face a 2.4 times greater risk of developing aortic and mitral regurgitation, where the blood backflows into the heart, compared to ...

Sep 14

GO

Narcissism tracked from young adulthood to middle age

Narcissism, often characterized by a sense of grandiosity and excessive self-admiration, is found to be less prominent as an individual matures. However, this does not occur to everyone to the same extent.

Sep 13

Categories: Personality problems

GO