Psychopathy: A Misunderstood Personality Disorder
Psychopathic personalities are some of the most memorable characters portrayed in popular media today. These characters, like Patrick Bateman from American Psycho, Frank Abagnale Jr. from Catch Me If You Can and Alex from A
Mentoring Works Best When Adults, Kids Share Common Interests
MSN Health & Fitness: Although mentoring programs intended to help children socially, emotionally or academically do offer a number of benefits, these advantages are generally limited and may not be enough for kids facing serious
Mentoring Programs – How Effective Are They?
Whether it’s parents, teachers, coaches, or family friends, there’s no question that adults serve as powerful role models for youth as they transition from childhood to adolescence to adulthood. Mentoring programs across the United States
Learning-Styles Theory Questioned By Researchers
Huffington Post: For years, the conventional wisdom has been that everyone has a different dominant way of learning. Some are visual learners who prefer studying pictures or graphics. Some say they are auditory learners, absorbing
Researchers question learning-styles theory
ABC News: For years, the conventional wisdom has been that everyone has a different dominant way of learning. Some are visual learners who prefer studying pictures or graphics. Some say they are auditory learners, absorbing
Rethinking Gifted Education Policy – A Call to Action
Children with extraordinary academic talents should receive the kind of coaching and training opportunities that are typically reserved for performance and athletic abilities, researchers argue.