NYC Nanny Stabbing: When Is a Child Too Young to Remember Trauma?

NYC Nanny Stabbing: When Is a Child Too Young to Remember Trauma?
"It's more about the family than the child," said Dr. Alan E. Kazdin, professor of psychology and child psychiatry director of the Yale University Parenting Center and Child Conduct Clinic. "The child doesn't know the meaning of the stabbing and may …
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Study reveals the psychological strain of living in Tin Can Town
Rasheed Ahmed, a clinical psychologist at UWC who led the team of psychology student researchers, told IRIN, “The big negative to come out of the interviews was the sense of hopelessness and fatalism these people end up succumbing to. A lot of this has …
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Parenting and Temperament in Childhood Predict Later Political Ideology
And theory from political psychology on motivated social cognition suggests that children who have fearful temperaments may be more likely to hold conservative ideologies as adults. Unfortunately, almost all of the existing research looking at these …
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