For children in preschool, speaking two languages may be better than one, especially for developing the skill of inhibitory control, that is, the impulse control necessary to stop a hasty, reflexive response and instead select a more considered, adaptive response.
Respecting teenage friendships and relationships can take a lot of parental self-restraint. But this might make you feel a little better whenever Anika-of-the-Pink-Hair invades your home: a new 10-year study suggests teenagers’ friends have an important, positive effect on their
Over the past two decades, emotional intelligence – often shortened to EQ or EI – has become a not-so-secret elixir of success. It is credited with building brain circuitry and increasing academic and professional performance, health, relationship satisfaction and personal
Scientific understanding of speech problems in children has grown by leaps and bounds in recent decades. But like much of academic understanding, it has yet to translate into everyday knowledge. Incorrect beliefs about speech disorders still hold strong. The fact