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Geography, Culture Can Change Our Parenting
Just ask these Indians living abroad.
Openly Communicating With Kids Linked to Less Risky Behavior
Supportive parenting has protective powers.
I Went to Three Mumbai Toy Stores to Test Gender Stereotyping
And was happily surprised.
Not All Ways of Helping Kids With Homework Are Helpful
Here is a way that is.
Why Are School Uniforms Still Gendered?
Shorts for boys and skirts for girls are so 1950s.
The Great Misunderstanding of the Word ‘Grief’
We can mourn the loss of anything, including states of mind.
Light Reflex in Infants’ Eyes May Be Earliest Sign of Autism
Researchers are turning to ASD's sensory symptoms for screening.
Cybergossip Can Play An Important Role in Teen Development
It's not all cyberbullying and sexting.
Kids With Autism Can Have Imaginary Friends, Too
It's a great way to build social skills.
The Window to Pick Up New Languages Stays Open Into Late Teens
You can delay your kid's Mandarin lessons another few years.
Lectures Are Not an Effective Way to Teach
Interactive techniques are better for learners.
A Screen Time Researcher Answers All Our Questions
Savita Yadav has conducted research with families from across India.
For Kids With Autism, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy May Hold Broad Benefits
Therapy can help kids regulate many different emotions.
The Difference Between Boys and Girls in the Classroom
How gender influences schooling, and schooling influences gender.
Early School Start Times Behind Lower Grades for Some Teens
It's time for schools to synchronize to adolescents' circadian rhythm.
Babies Are Wired to Recognize Happiness
At six months, babies can tell happy voices go with happy faces.