To keep spoken communication between parent and teenager clearly understood, it really helps to keep choice of language declarative and operational so the speaker can be understood
Human behavior never exists in a vacuum. And causes of behavior come in a broad array of forms. Here are five timeless debates in psychology that can help us better get behavior.
Children start off with the joy of freely expressing themselves. Adults need to be aware of the power of their words and the dangers of criticizing them instead of supporting them.
Self(ie) Stalking: a new social media practice?
if parents push a teenager too far into conforming to their views, their teen may face identity confusion.
A new book considers whether an increase in youth identifying as trans may be due to social contagion. But are it’s claims rooted in good science?
The roles of summer camps and parents are critical. Collectively, we need not rescue our children but rather help make them ready for the world ahead.
Is your teen-athlete showing signs of pandemic fatigue? Tips to help your student-athlete C.H.E.E.R. through.
Do women who sexually abuse children use sexual grooming strategies and behaviors? Research on female sexual offending patterns suggests that some do.
Parents and children can set SMART goals for the new year by making them specific, measureable, attainable, realistic, and timely.