A new study of “indirect aggression” – better known as meanness – found that mean children very often turn into mean adults.
A new study finds that children lack the “speciesism” bias of adults, and value some animal life as much as human life.
A new study finds that children with more self control turn out to be healthier, happier, and more financially sound at age 45.
A new study of parenting styles suggests the helicopter mom or dad may be trying to live vicariously through their children’s achievements.
Toddlers who frequently use touchscreens are faster at finding visual targets on a screen, according to a newly published study.
A new study looked at the long-term effects of skipping a grade in elementary school, and found no negative effects on kids’ mental health.