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Are you helping your toddler's aggressive behavior? (12/17/2014)

Physical aggression in toddlers has been thought to be associated with the frustration caused by language problems, but a recent study by researchers at the University of Montreal shows that this isn't the case. The researchers did find, however, that parental behaviors may influence the development of an association between the two problems during early childhood. ...> Full Article


Experience with family verbal conflict as a child can help in stressful situations as an adult (12/5/2014)

A recent study published in the journal Human Communication Research by researchers at Rollins College and The Pennsylvania State University found that individuals who were exposed to intense verbal aggression as children are able to handle intense conflict later in life. ...> Full Article


Fighting parents hurt children's ability to recognize and regulate emotions (9/26/2014)

Exposure to verbal and physical aggression between parents may hurt a child's ability to identify and control emotions, according to a longitudinal study led by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. ...> Full Article


Parents' separation found to boost children's behavior problems, but only in high-income families (9/12/2014)

A study examining a national sample of nearly 4,000 children has found that parents' separation increases children's behavior problems, but only in high income families. The study, published in the journal Child Development, also found that moving from a single-parent family into a stepparent family improved children's behavior. It goes on to compare the effects of parents' separation, remarriage, or repartnering on children's behavior problems given the child's age. ...> Full Article



Parenting plays key role when african american boys move from preschool to kindergarten (1/31/2014)

Parenting plays key role when african american boys move from preschool to kindergartenWith implications for all children, a new study from UNC's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute has found that parenting affects the academic and social performance of African American boys as they move from preschool to kindergarten. In fact, parent-child interactions influence whether or not a high-achieving African American boy stays on course. ...> Full Article


Toddlers' aggression is strongly associated with genetic factors (1/22/2014)

The development of physical aggression in toddlers is strongly associated genetic factors and to a lesser degree with the environment, according to a new study led by Eric Lacourse of the University of Montreal and its affiliated Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine Hospital. Lacourse's worked with the parents of identical and non-identical twins to evaluate and compare their behaviour, environment and genetics. ...> Full Article


Teens 'eat more, cheat more' after playing violent video games (12/2/2013)

Playing violent video games not only increases aggression, it also leads to less self-control and more cheating, a new study finds. ...> Full Article


Preschoolers exposure to television can stall their cognitive development (12/1/2013)

Television is a powerful agent of development for children, particularly those in preschool. But when could too much TV be detrimental to a young child's mind? A recent paper published in the Journal of Communication found that preschoolers who have a TV in their bedroom and are exposed to more background TV have a weaker understanding of other people's beliefs and desires. ...> Full Article


Managing media: We need a plan (11/3/2013)

From TV to smart phones to social media, the lives of U.S. children and families are dominated by 24/7 media exposure. Despite this, many children and teens have few rules around their media use. According to a revised policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), "Children, Adolescents and the Media," released Oct. 28 at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, the digital age is the ideal time to change the way we address media use. ...> Full Article


Study finds antisocial texting by teens linked to bad behavior (9/17/2013)

University of Texas at Dallas researchers published a new study online in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology examining antisocial texting habits in teenagers as a predictor for later deviant behavior. Dr. Samuel Ehrenreich and colleagues tracked teenagers' texts throughout the ninth grade. Self-reports and parent/teacher assessments revealed that students who texted about antisocial behaviors, such as fighting or drug use, were more likely to engage in the activities by the end of the year. ...> Full Article


Video games do not make vulnerable teens more violent (9/6/2013)

Do violent video games such as "Mortal Kombat," "Halo" and "Grand Theft Auto" trigger teenagers with symptoms of depression or attention deficit disorder to become aggressive bullies or delinquents? No, according to Christopher Ferguson of Stetson University and independent researcher Cheryl Olson from the US in a study published in Springer's Journal of Youth and Adolescence. ...> Full Article


Research examines how books can have a positive impact on a child's social struggles (8/28/2013)

New research explores the positive effects of reading as part of a parental intervention strategy for children struggling with social issues. ...> Full Article


Diets of pregnant women contain harmful, hidden toxins (8/21/2013)

Pregnant women regularly consume food and beverages containing toxins believed to pose potential risks to developing fetuses, according to researchers at the University of California in Riverside and San Diego, suggesting that health care providers must do more to counsel their patients about the dangers of hidden toxins in the food supply. ...> Full Article


Great Recession onset spurs harsh parenting, researchers find (8/10/2013)

The onset of the Great Recession and, more generally, deteriorating economic conditions lead mothers to engage in harsh parenting, such as hitting or shouting at children, a team of researchers has found. But the effect is only found in mothers who carry a gene variation that makes them more likely to react to their environment. ...> Full Article


Social parenting: Teens feel closer to parents when they connect online (8/1/2013)

Social parenting: Teens feel closer to parents when they connect onlineTeenagers who are connected to their parents on social media feel closer to their parents in real life. And the more they interacted on social platforms, the stronger the family connection. ...> Full Article


Tots who sleep less have more behavior problems, says study (7/28/2013)

Four-year-olds with shorter than average sleep times have increased rates of "externalizing" behavior problems, reports a study in the July Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, the official journal of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a part of Wolters Kluwer Health. ...> Full Article


Study finds babies witnessing violence show aggression later in school (6/21/2013)

Aggression in school-age children may have its origins in children 3 years old and younger who witnessed violence between their mothers and partners, according to a new Case Western Reserve University study. ...> Full Article


Sibling aggression, often dismissed, linked to poor mental health (6/19/2013)

Sibling aggression, often dismissed, linked to poor mental healthFights between siblings -- from toy-snatching to clandestine whacks to being banished from the bedroom -- are so common they're often dismissed as simply part of growing up. Yet a new study from researchers at the University of New Hampshire finds that sibling aggression is associated with significantly worse mental health in children and adolescents. In some cases, effects of sibling aggression on mental health were the same as those of peer aggression. ...> Full Article


Study uncovers clues to young children's aggressive behavior (11/10/2011)

Children who are persistently aggressive, defiant, and explosive by the time they're in kindergarten very often have tumultuous relationships with their parents from early on. A new longitudinal study suggests that a cycle involving parenting styles and hostility between mothers and toddlers is at play. ...> Full Article


Good relationship with teacher can protect first graders from aggression (11/7/2011)

A new study of 217 Canadian seven-year-old twins finds that children who were genetically vulnerable to being aggressive were more likely to be victimized by their classmates than others. However, these children were protected from acting aggressively and being the target of other children's aggression if they had a very good relationship with their teacher. The study included both identical and fraternal twin pairs who were not in the same classroom. ...> Full Article


Seeing and experiencing violence makes aggression 'normal' for children (4/12/2011)

The more children are exposed to violence, the more they think it's normal, according to a study in the current Social Psychological and Personality Science (published by SAGE). Unfortunately, the more they think violence is normal, the more likely they are to engage in aggression against others. ...> Full Article


Alienated youths are more likely to lash out (10/10/2010)

When people are rejected by peers, they often lash out. In children, that aggression occasionally takes horrifying directions, leading to school shootings or other deadly acts. Researchers in the Netherlands found that some children are more likely than others to lash out in response to acute peer rejection: children who already feel like outcasts. ...> Full Article

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