Experiential therapy for youths
- Parents turn whizkids in picking software. Fitzgerald, Kate; Smith, Therese Kauchak // Advertising Age;7/27/92, Vol. 63 Issue 30, p28
States that high-achieving baby-boomers who want their kids to succeed are creating a boom in educational computer software. Boost in sales due to information that was given to the parents; Parents see software for learning as a great way for their kids to spend their spare time; Growth rate is...
- The same but different. // Current Health 1;Feb1992, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p14
Examines the nature-versus-nurture debate concerning the physical and psychological development of boys and girls. Hormones and biological development; Testosterone, the male hormone; Boys' mathematics abilities; Girls' reading and language skills; Formation of friendships with members of the...
- Growing up too fast. // Current Health 1;May93, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p30
Discusses how children need to resist the pressure to grow up too fast. Respecting differences between yourself and your friends; People grow at their own speed; Rushing ahead may cause you to miss the chance to discover something important about yourself; Try to appreciate who you are right...
- Kids of working moms doing just fine. // Environmental Nutrition;Apr92, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p8
Reports that a pilot study looked at the effects working mothers have on their children's diets. Details of the study; Working mothers had no detrimental effects on the nutritional value of young children's diets; Limitations in the study's results.
- Can two share one room? // Essence (Essence);Aug88, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p92
If parents are sensitive to their children's need for privacy, shared bedrooms can produce desirable developmental skills in siblings.
- Your child 6 to 12. Pruett, Kyle // Good Housekeeping;May94, Vol. 218 Issue 5, p90
Answers questions related to child development. Dealing with occasional nightmares of children; Encouraging children's interest in reading; Informing the school on the results of a child's psychiatric evaluation.
- Cognitive and constructivist strategies for teaching... Mann, Mary Beth; Carney, Russell N. // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec96, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p265
Presents examples of cognitive and constructive strategies, as recommended by the American Psychological Association's (APA) Learner Centered Principles, which are applied to the teaching of topics in child development. Belief that persons who work with children can be more effective if they...
- Gaga over goo--goo. O'Meara, Stephen // Odyssey;Mar97, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on the early speech development of the infants. Infant's early detection of the clear patterns of language; Use of statistical analysis on figuring out words; Use of normal clues.
- Picture this. // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug88, Vol. 22 Issue 7/8, p14
Most children develop the cognitive ability to understand that a map or picture symbolizes something else between the ages of 2 1/2 and 3.