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The Role of Poverty and Chaos in the Development of Task Persi...

Fuller‐Rowell, T. E., Evans, G. W., Paul, E. and Curtis, D. S. (2014), . Journal of Research on Big News Network, 1 week ago

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Forward Thinking Preparing Our Youth for the Coming World

Tolan, P. (2014), Forward Thinking: Preparing Our Youth for the Coming World. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 24:
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The Role of Sociopolitical Attitudes and Civic Education in the Civic Engagement of Black Youth

Hope, E. C. and Jagers, R. J. (2014), . Journal of Research on Adolescence, 24:
 Big News Network1 week ago

Autistic children have too many synapses in brain

A new study has revealed that autistic children and adolescents have extra synapses in the brain. The researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found that people with autism have a surplus of synapses in the brain, and this excess was due to a ...
 DNA6 days ago Treatment possibility for autism day ago Researchers say autism treatment may be possible  RTE Online4 days ago For the first time, researchers have used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the newborn brain to calculate the volume of multiple brain regions and to map out regional growth trajectories during the infant's first 90 days of life.  MedImaging.net9 hours ago
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Risk-taking teens have imbalance in their brain areas

India August 18(IM):A research published in the journal Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging showed that teenagers who have the tendency to take risks have differences between certain brain areas. Francesca Filbey, Director of Cognitive Neuroscience ...
 Indian Mirror1 week ago Teens who take risks have differences in their brains  Business Standard India1 week ago Sexting teens more likely to be sexually active  Rediff.com1 month ago Sexting Makes Teens 6 Times More Likely to Having Sex  Med India1 month ago

Bionic Pancreas Successfully Tested in Adults and Adolescents

American researchers have successfully tested a bionic pancreas device, which imposes minimal restrictions on patient activities, in both adult and adolescents. A team of investigators from Boston University (BU) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) ...
 Med India2 months ago
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Ever growing number of women with gestational diabetes suggests future will be filled with children with early diabetes

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 25-Aug-2014 New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes) shows that children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs of their mothers are themselves around six ...
 EurekAlert!2 days ago The increasing number of women with gestational diabetes could lead to many more children with early diabetes  Medical News Today1 day ago Dr. Marla: Gestational Diabetes and Diabetes in Children  CTV News2 days ago

Suicide experts recommend research into early behavioral detection, interventions, use of mass media, and other areas

Ratings require JavaScript to be enabled. In a new supplement to the September issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, experts address the state of the science on suicide prevention and provide useful recommendations for ...
 Medical News Today1 week ago Prioritizing suicide research can help lead to fewer suicide attempts and deaths  EurekAlert!1 week ago

Physical Fitness Can Help Prevent Young Adolescents' Depression, Study Finds

APA Style Practice Central Home Help Cart About APA Psychology Topics Publications Research Education Careers Membership SEARCH IN Entire Site Events Press Releases EMAIL PRINT Home » » Press Room » Press Releases August 7, 2014 Especially for ...
 American Psychological Association2 weeks ago
Med India

'Cool' Teens Tend to Develop Problems in Early Adulthood

Researchers at University of Virginia suggest that teens who act cool in their early adolescence were more likely to develop a range of problems in early adulthood compared to their counterparts who didn't act cool, according to a new study published in the ...
 Med India2 months ago
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