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Today's teenagers are trying on new identities in some visually extreme ways that make some parents nervous. Should they really worry?
Which type of teacher will suit your child? Here's what you need to know.
Defines and explains the consequences resulting from behavior modification, classified as positive and negative reinforcement, extinction, and punishment.
Impulsive behavior has many common causes and solutions. Read this article and learn to replace your child's impulsive behavior with self-control.
Learn about the many resources that can aid families and professionals as they try to deal with the issues associated with runaways.
This article discusses discipline and positive punishment and it differentiates between the two.
This article discusses the effects of different parenting styles on children's behavior.
This article discusses the different reactions parents have upon knowing that their child has a disability.  Some parents might feel grief, others might feel
Learn behaviors that can be expected from preschool age children in an academic environment and how to structure activities to meet their developmental level.
Discusses the importance of empathy and how we can streghten our ability to be empathic.
Defines punishment as a consequence that decreases the frequency of the response it follows.  Summarizes two categories of punishment, presentation and removal.
A little conflict can spark a big meltdown at any time of day. Turn the situation around with these behavioral tips.
Encouragement and boundaries are the cure for ailing parent/child relationships.
Describes family and school based interventions that can reduce conduct problems and promote social and academic competence in children.
An overview of environmental risk factors involving a child's challenging behavior.
What changes await as you enter parenthood? Get the lowdown.
In the opinion of the authors, time-out and holding or restraining a child are considered to be crisis intervention methods for responding to extreme behavior.
Describes typical stages of development for infants, toddlers and 3 - 6 year olds so that expectations can be adjusted and positive behaviors recognized.
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