Psychology and Covid-19: Young Teen Resets

Posted by & filed under Child Development, Cognitive Development: Piagetian and Vygotskian Approaches, Emerging Adulthood, Families and Peers, Human Development, Stress Coping - Health, Student Success.

Description: No doubt you have heard about the stresses being experienced by parents as they isolate at home with their children and try to manage, entertain, and perhaps educate them until schools and other places children can go re-open. Which parents would you predict are experiencing the hardest stress hit, based on the age of… Read more »

Despite the Consequences of Curiosity for Cats, Embrace It!

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Description: I cannot say I understand exactly why curiosity killed the cat; cats have always struck me as cautious but inquisitive explorers (though apparently a cat named Blackie had a run-in with a chimney back in 1916 that was the death of him). Is curiosity, or when is curiosity, a good thing? Perhaps almost always…. Read more »