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Do People Outgrow ADHD?

What’s New in Psychology?

Do People Outgrow ADHD?   

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Teens, Technology and Coping

What’s New in Psychology?

Teens, Technology and Coping

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Children Should Swim to Boost Their Vocabulary

What’s New in Psychology?

Children Should Swim to Boost Their Vocabulary

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Getting Teens to Open Up

What’s New in Psychology?

Getting Teens to Open Up

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Your Brain and Being Outdoors

What’s New in Psychology?

Your Brain and Being Outdoors   

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Air Pollution and Children’s Learning Problems

What’s New in Psychology?

Air Pollution and Children’s Learning Problems

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Should Parents and Caregivers Spank Children?

What’s New in Psychology?

Should Parents and Caregivers Spank Children?

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Bacteria in the Gut and Babies’ Fear

What’s New in Psychology?

Bacteria in the Gut and Babies’ Fear

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Do Children Show Traits of Overconfidence in their Abilities?

What’s New in Psychology?

Do Children Show Traits of Overconfidence in their Abilities?

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Childhood Psychiatric Symptoms May be Linked to Exposure During Pregnancy

Childhood Psychiatric Symptoms May be Linked to Exposure During Pregnancy

Jim Windell

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Spanking May Change the Brain of a Child

Spanking May Change the Brain of a Child

Jim Windell

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The Facts About Alcohol and Young People

The Facts About Alcohol and Young People

Jim Windell

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Which Adolescents are Susceptible to Internet Addiction?

Which Adolescents are Susceptible to Internet Addiction?

 Jim Windell

             How have you coped with life during the pandemic? Were you bored, lonely, depressed? To deal with negative emotions did you turn to surfing the internet? Reading? Drinking more wine? Interacting with others on social media? Compulsively watching Netflix?

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The Loneliness of the Adolescent

The Loneliness of the Adolescent

 By Jim Windell

            Which teenagers are most likely to become addicted to the internet?

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A Brain-Related Visual Problem May Affect More Children Than Thought

           A Brain-Related Visual Problem May Affect More Children Than Thought

 By Jim Windell

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What We Currently Know About ADHD

What We Currently Know About ADHD

By Jim Windell

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Can Kids Benefit from Mindfulness Training?

Can Kids Benefit from Mindfulness Training?

By Jim Windell

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How Important is Self-Control?

How Important is Self-Control?

By Jim Windell

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Singing Eases Stress for Preterm Babies and Anxious Moms

Singing Eases Stress for Preterm Babies and Anxious Moms

By Jim Windell

            About one of every 10 infants born in the United States is premature – commonly referred to preemies. Babies who are born prior to the 37th month of pregnancy usually weigh much less than full-term babies and because they did not have enough time in the womb to develop they are often beset by various health problems – breathing difficulties, feeding problems, hearing and vision problems and other developmental delays.

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What’s so Bad about Teenage Depression?

What’s so Bad about Teenage Depression?

 By Jim Windell

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