Part II of this series explores how media and social media work with negativity bias in the brain to further debilitate our children’s ability to function safely in the world.
It’s time to change the narrative around parenthood and alcohol as the “mommy needs wine” culture is dangerously growing larger by the second.
When it comes to asking for what they think they deserve, by age 8 girls are already more hesitant to negotiate with a male experimenter than a female experimenter.
Feeling burned out in the care of children? Remember Janusz Korczak.
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.
This is what we can do to foster the next generations of scientifically-informed citizens.
This blog tells readers what it means to live with two or more languages, and constitutes an on-line resource on the bilingual adult and child. Writing it has been a pleasure.
Psychologists who study how people reason about possibility find that our sense of what could happen is strongly constrained by our beliefs about what should happen.
Will COVID-19 change how kids play? Will it change how they share toys, play team sports, or go to the playground? And how will it impact toddlers who are isolated from peers?
The greatest parenting challenge for many moms and dads is managing our own emotions when facing maddening moments with our kids. Here’s a handy tool for your own self-regulation.