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Young people don’t love their devices as much as we think they do. In fact, they want our help disconnecting from them.
Children who experience adversity tend to have health problems later in life. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris explains why—and how we can help heal…
New research suggests we aren't born bigots. Racial prejudice is something we learn.
Research suggests that loss can remind us of the preciousness of life—a lesson that one researcher learned firsthand.
How do children learn to be grateful? Child development research explores ways that we can support this process.
We encourage a narrower range of emotions in boys than girls—and that can be harmful in the long run.
Positive encouragement and patience are key to helping your child learn organizational skills.