How Do Children Make Sense of the Differences They See Among Students at School?
Today, during circle time in preschool, the teacher is reading a new book called The Three Robbers. The teacher begins reading the book: “Once upon a time there were three robbers, with big black coats
How To Help Your Kids Reframe Their Anxiety — And Reclaim Their Superpowers
Every child feels anxious at times — but for some, that feeling persists and interferes with friendships and schoolwork. It can cause children to be fearful, worried, irritable and angry. And there are physical symptoms
Vulnerable Yet Vital
APS Member/Author: Alison Gopnik Human beings need special care while we are young and when we become old. The 2020 pandemic has made this vivid: millions of people across the world have taken care of
We Can Help Shape How Our Children Remember the Pandemic — and Foster Their Future Happiness
APS Member/Author: Daniel Willingham My kids won’t be in school full-time this fall, so, like most parents, I will be thinking about how to keep them occupied and content. But I’m also a memory researcher
Violent Video Games and Aggression: The Connection is Dubious, at Best
If you are worried about violent video games triggering aggressive behavior in children, new research may help to alleviate your concerns.
Violent Video Games and Aggression: The Connection Is Dubious, at Best
A meta-analysis finds no clear link between video game violence and aggression in children.