Social Interaction

Warmer Parenting Makes Antisocial Toddlers More Empathetic

Pacific Standard: When parents act warmly and responsively toward young children who exhibit antisocial behavior, the children begin acting more warmly too. That’s according to a new study in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, in which researchers examined whether there are differences in response to parental harshness and warmth among three-year-olds who exhibit “callously unemotional” behavior. To parents More

Inclusion Affects Language Skills of Preschoolers With Disabilities

Education Week: The “peer effect” of attending preschool with children who have strong language skills offered a benefit to students with disabilities, according to a study of more than 600 children conducted by researchers at Ohio State University and Toledo University in Ohio. But peer effects also had a potentially negative consequence More