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Even moderate drinking by parents can upset children – study
Even moderate drinking by parents can leave children feeling embarrassed or worried or lead to their bedtime being disrupted, according to the study led by the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS). It is the first evidence that even low-level parental drinking – at no more than 14 units a week – can prove damaging to children. Children who see a parent tipsy or drunk are less likely to see them as a positive role model, the report says.
children  science  parenting 
yesterday by terry
YouTube -- Jordan B Peterson: 2017 Personality 06: Jean Piaget & Constructivism
'In this lecture, I talk about the great developmental psychologist Jean Piaget, who was interested, above all, in the way that knowledge is generated and transforms. His analysis of the development of morality in children, which relates early play to social cooperation and competition, is particularly profound.' -- "The big rat has to let the little rat win 30% of the time else the little rat won't play anymore."
psychology  play  cooperation  competition  morality  parenting  JaakPanksepp 
2 days ago by adamcrowe
Drawing Dogs in George Booth's Living Room
Collaboration with children's book cartoonist Sandra Boynton
books  parenting  cartooning 
2 days ago by marcgeorges
What Parents Can Do When Bullying is Downplayed at School | Psychology Today
Despite the "Bully-Free Zone" posters that line the school cafeteria walls and the Zero-Tolerance policy that was boasted about during last September's Back-to-School night, your experience is that the school would rather not address the problem at all. The responses you get from your child's teacher include bland lip service [...]

Good advice for this nasty situation -- I'm thankfully not facing it myself, but bookmarking just in case...
bullying  kids  school  education  psychology  children  parenting 
2 days ago by jm
The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel. - My media diet for the past two weeks
The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel. “A fun, high-quality, serial mystery that can be described as Goonies meets Spy Kids meets Stranger Things for 8-12 year olds.” My kids and I listened to season one over the course of a week and they could not wait to hear more. (A-)
parenting  podcast 
3 days ago by davesurgan

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