Borderline Personality Disorder affects the children greatly. When you see the signs and symptoms, consut your psychiatrist immediately.
Frequent nightmares in children may predict psychotic experiences in adolescence, a new study suggests.
Children from families of lower socioeconomic status are more likely to have attention deficit disorder, according to a new study.
Kids with behavioral problems often show reduced neural responses when shown images of others in pain, putting them at greater risk for later adult psychopathy.
The most famous kid in middle school may turn out to be a bully, according to a recent research. Bullying is when someone uses force to scare others, which could be outright physical abuse or mild mental coercion. The technique might differ but the intention does not.
Taking decisions that suit our best interests and maximize our profits is a challenge we face several times, almost every day. Researchers say we start taking these decisions when we are as young as 5 years old. According to a new research by Valerie Dufour and colleagues from the National Center for Scientific Research in France, 5-year-old children start to maximize their profits - in cookies, much similar to the show 'Deal or No Deal'.
A new study suggests that children who make efforts to be kind to others are happier and get more acceptance from their peers. The study by researchers from University of British Columbia and the University of California, Riverside, was published in the journal PLOS ONE and aimed at examining how happiness can be boosted in children between the ages of 9 and 11.
A new study suggests that about one-third of children who have food allergies suffer bullying at school. So apart from constantly watching out for allergens, parents of children suffering from food allergy also need to be highly vigilant about their children's day-to-day encounters and make sure that their child is not the favorite target of a bully in class.
A new study suggests that placing juvenile offenders in jobs without making them attend school may make them more antisocial. Many high school students take up jobs apart from in addition to going to school, and there are arguments from some that taking up a job is good for at-risk youths. However, according to the new study by researchers from University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, and the University of California, ensuring education rather than employing the at-risk youths is more important for them to be shaped as good citizens.
In a new study, researchers with the help of brain-monitoring technology have found that the brains of infants respond to faces in a very similar way as adult brains do, even while the rest of their visual system lags behind. Parents often feel that their child stares at their faces. While many may regard it as wishful thinking, studies do show that even babies, less than an hour old, tend to stare at face-like images longer than at any other pattern, Medical Xpress reported.
Psychological therapies may be beneficial for children suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that occurs as a result of traumatic events in life including child abuse, a new study suggests. In their study, the researchers found that children and teenagers with PTSD showed improvement with up to three months of treatment. The current study paves the way for more research into the long-term benefits of the treatment.
A new study suggests that sitting up, either by themselves or with someone's help, is crucial for how babies learn as they grow up. The study by Rebecca J. Woods, assistant professor in the human development and family science department at North Dakota State University has revealed that sitting up, unsupported has a very significant positive effect on their learning abilities about objects around them.
The home is a child's first school and his mother, the first teacher. A large part of a child's personality is already shaped even before he starts going to school. Also, irrespective of how much time a child spends in his school or with his classmates, his/her behavior and choices are to a great extent influenced by family environment. A new research from North Carolina State University, Brigham Young University and the Pennsylvania State University suggests that parental involvement matters much more than the school environment when it comes to preventing or limiting alcohol and marijuana use by children, according to a report in Medical Xpress.
A report released Tuesday revealed that children and young adults with disabilities are three times more likely to be abused and neglected by people around them, when compared to their peers without disabilities.
Most of us know when to be scared and when to calm down. However, a new research shows that children who are diagnosed with autism find it difficult to let go of old, outdated fears.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.