Recent Posts in November, 2014

  • Temperament Is a Two-Way Street

    Temperament Is a Two-Way Street
    Several researchers have attempted to assess the temperament of infants so they can tell parents if they have an “easy” or “difficult” baby. These efforts have been largely unsuccessful. While some ...
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  • Two Birds with One Program

    Two Birds with One Program
    It is an unfortunate fact that being presented with a new sibling is often devastating for a young child. After all, his socio-emotional world largely consists almost exclusively of mother and father, ...
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  • Patience and Compassion Produce Independence

    Patience and Compassion Produce Independence
    One of the most important psychological tasks of toddlerhood is achieving autonomy, that is, a sense of independence. An infant obviously is dependent on others for virtually everything. But a toddler ...
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