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Children exhibiting emotional regulation skills usually adjust well to new people and situations, show a high tolerance for frustration, control their negative
Summarizes three groups of emotional disorders that are characterized by externalizing behaviors, internalizing behaviors, and low incidence disorders.
Making the jump to kindergarten is a huge milestone for children. They are well aware that they are growing up, and they're eager to learn new things and take on new responsibilities. But while their school lives are moving faster than ever, they are still at an early stage of emotional development, which can make kindergarten a complicated, confusing time—for you and your kid. Learn what emotional characteristics you can expect, and get a few tips on what you can do about them.
Second graders are rapidly maturing and establishing identities for themselves. They are learning to think smarter, be more social and take care of themselves, but they're still young kids with kid-like emotions, and you're still a parent who should know what to do. Learn what's happening with your child's emotions, and take a few of our tips.
Did you know that kids can be depressed or suffer from schizophrenia? Find out more here.
Social Emotional Learning is a new trend in whole child education that's gaining traction. Here's what you need to know about Social Emotional Learning.
Read about social-emotional learning (SEL) in school's and its effects on the emotional intelligence of students.
Here are eight tips that support adolescent social and emotional learning at home and strengthen the changing parent/child relationship.
Getting kids in touch with their feelings can be tricky -- but it's not impossible. Help your child build emotional literacy skills with these expert tips.
What can parents do at home to help foster their childâs emotional development? Helping your preschooler identify her feelings all part of growing up.
Emotional eating is a huge factor in weight gain and with childhood obesity rates constantly climbing, it's important for parents to know how to be in the know.
Important social and emotional deficits characteristic of children with autism include a lack of joint attention skills and showing less empathy.
Young children learn that emotions represent their own reactions to situations and events and that children can differ from each other in their responses.
Summarizes how play can be an excellent vehicle for helping children with both their physical and emotional development.
Read a synopsis of the important characterizations of social and emotional development including self-concept, self-esteem, and self-regulation of emotions.
Describes Erik Erikson's theoretical framework that underlines the importance of facilitating the emotional and social development of children in our
Summarizes the emotional development of adolescents, including variations in self-concept and how emotions are related to physical and intellectual development.
This article discusses family factors that are related to the emotional/behavioral disoders (EBD) such as family composition and child maltreatment.
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