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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



To curb violent tendencies, start young (9/19/2014)

To curb violent tendencies, start youngAggressive children are less likely to become violent criminals or psychiatrically troubled adults if they receive intensive early intervention, say a new study based on more than two decades of research. The study from researchers at Duke and three other universities provides some of the strongest evidence yet that violent tendencies can be curbed. ...> Full Article


National network to evaluate fatherhood programs (6/14/2014)

To evaluate fatherhood programs and learn how to best serve low-income fathers, Temple University, in collaboration with the Center for Policy Research, has launched the Fatherhood Research and Practice Network. ...> Full Article


Video stories, other bonding exercises could help foster families connect (5/13/2014)

Teenagers and their foster families often say they don't feel connected and have trouble communicating, but few resources exist that nurture their bonding. In a research paper being published in the June issue of Children and Youth Services Review, researchers affiliated with the University of Washington's School of Social Work describe how they tailored a parenting program known to improve communication in non-foster families for use in foster families. ...> Full Article


The damaging effect of media violence on young children (5/11/2014)

Research has demonstrated a link between screen violence and real-world aggression, both in traditional media like violent movies and in newer media including first-person shooter games. Minimizing exposure to virtual violence will not completely eliminate acts of aggression, but it is an important strategy to investigate, according to experts presenting a session on the topic Tuesday, May 7, at the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. ...> Full Article


Study finds parental monitoring of children's media use is beneficial (4/5/2014)

Parental monitoring of the time children spend watching television, playing video games and being online can be associated with more sleep, improved school performance and better behavior by the children. ...> Full Article



Malnourished children are better fed when mothers have network of peers (3/16/2014)

Malnourished children are better fed when mothers have network of peersWomen in rural India who participate in a vocational training program learn more than just life skills. A recent University of Illinois study found that mothers who participated in a program designed to educate and empower women gained a network of peers that led to increased bargaining strength in the home, and significantly improved their children's consumption of rice and dairy. ...> Full Article


Bad boys: Research predicts whether boys will grow out of it -- or not (11/16/2013)

Using the hi-tech tools of a new field called neurogenetics and a few simple questions for parents, a University of Michigan researcher is beginning to understand which boys are simply being boys and which may be headed for trouble. ...> Full Article


Sibling bullying: What's the big deal? (10/4/2013)

Sibling bullying is a type of violence that is prevalent in the lives of most children, but little is known about it, researchers say. Clemson University psychology professor Robin Kowalski said the phenomenon has been overlooked. ...> 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


Note to teens: Just breathe (7/19/2013)

UCLA researchers have found that a workshop for adolescents that teaches skills to keep impulsive acts under control, is effective. Such impulsive behavior often leads to negative acts including substance abuse and violence. ...> 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


Uncontrollable anger prevalent among US youth (7/13/2012)

Nearly two-thirds of US adolescents have experienced an anger attack in their lives that involved threatening violence or violent behavior. These severe attacks of uncontrollable anger are much more common among adolescents than previously recognized. Nearly one in 12 adolescents -- close to six million young people -- meet criteria for a diagnosis of Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED), a syndrome characterized by persistent uncontrollable anger attacks not accounted for by other mental disorders. ...> Full Article


Exposure to violence has long-term stress effects among adolescents (7/10/2012)

Children who are exposed to community violence continue to exhibit a physical stress response up to a year after the exposure, suggesting that exposure to violence may have long-term negative health consequences, according researchers at Penn State and University College London. ...> Full Article


New research showing how real-life exposure to violence disrupts a child's sleep habits (6/21/2012)

Violence in a child's world impacts sleep, new research shows. The result is measurable, affected by the severity of the violence and can last over time. The more severe the violence, the more sleep is impacted. Characteristics of the violent act also touch different aspects of the child's sleep. Children who are victimized during a violent event tend to sleep less and more poorly; children who witness homicide have more inconsistent sleep as time passes. ...> Full Article


Violence puts wear and tear on kids' DNA (5/4/2012)

Children who have experienced violence might really be older than their years. The DNA of 10-year-olds who experienced violence in their young lives has been found to show wear and tear normally associated with aging, a Duke University study has found. ...> Full Article


Violent relationships likely detrimental to good parenting (3/10/2012)

Couples who are married or living together will probably have more trouble parenting as a team if they have been violent toward one another during pregnancy, according to a team of psychologists. ...> Full Article


Profanity in TV and video games linked to teen aggression (10/29/2011)

Two-hundred and twenty-three middle school students completed surveys on their aggression, preferred media, time spent viewing media, perceived aggression in their favorite shows and games, beliefs about profanity and profanity use. The results showed a direct link in the viewing of media with high profanity, profanity use and subsequent aggression. ...> Full Article


New study finds that violence doesn't add to children's enjoyment of TV shows, movies (5/26/2011)

Despite growing concern about the effects of media violence on children, violent television shows and movies continue to be produced and marketed to them. An Indiana University research study concludes that violence doesn't add anything to their enjoyment of such programs and their characters. ...> Full Article


Does video game violence harm teens? New study weighs the evidence (4/27/2011)

How much scientific evidence is there for and against the assertion that exposure to video game violence can harm teens? Three researchers have developed a novel method to consider that question: they analyzed the research output of experts who filed a brief in a US Supreme Court case involving violent video games and teens. ...> 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


23 percent of young people get into fights when they go out at night (11/15/2010)

23 percent of young people get into fights when they go out at nightNight-time violence among young Spaniards is becoming ever more common, according to a research study carried out by the European Institute of Studies on Prevention. The study shows that 5.2 percent of young people carry weapons when they go out at night, 11.6 percent have been attacked or threatened, and 23 percent have got into a fight at some time. ...> Full Article


Watching violent TV or video games desensitizes teenagers and may promote more aggressive behavior (10/20/2010)

Watching violent films, TV programs or video games desensitizes teenagers, blunts their emotional responses to aggression and potentially promotes aggressive attitudes and behavior, according to new research published online in the Oxford journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Oct. 19. ...> Full Article


Childhood adversity worsens effects of stress, adding to current hardships, says new research (8/17/2010)

Children who experience trauma may enter a cycle of negative emotions -- anxiety and depression -- that could contribute to health problems later and precipitate an early death, a leading health psychologist said Saturday. ...> Full Article


Behind a child with aggressive behavior there is a negative family environment (3/20/2010)

Children who use violence usually come from conflict-ridden families; as has been shown by a number of research studies. The psychologist, Arantzazu Bellido, has reaffirmed this phenomenon for the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country. ...> Full Article

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