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Educational and developmental psychology

Dad and mom are separated! And now ... what will become of me? - educational and developmental psychology

In this article we want to offer a more realistic vision of what can be generated by conjugal separation in the eyes of children and offer four guidelines with which you can deal with this new...

The Theory of Attachment and the bond between parents and children - educational and developmental psychology

The attachment theory is a theory that was born a century ago, specifically in the year 1907, to explain individual differences (also called attachment styles) about how people think, feel and behave...

The theory of language development by Noam Chomsky - educational and developmental psychology

Noam Chomsky (Philadelphia, United States, 1928) is one of the most recognized thinkers today. His work is extensive and multifaceted: he has developed theories, studies and in-depth knowledge in the...

Adolescents at home: 7 educational and communicative keys for parents - educational and developmental psychology

Adolescence is a stage of discovery, of changes, of decision making, of awakening the world through the very eyes of a child who, little by little, is becoming a responsible adult.It is a complex...

How to improve the emotional education of children, in 15 keys - educational and developmental psychology

Emotional intelligence is a big forgotten in our educational system. But, as parents, we are not paying adequate attention to the correct development of the emotional aspect of our children.To be...

Children and pets at home: 7 points that you should value - educational and developmental psychology

Are you thinking about having a pet? Do you have doubts about whether it is the most convenient for your children?The responsibilities involved in taking care of a petThe decision to have a pet at...

If you want smart kids, less technology and more music - educational and developmental psychology

We are connected to new technologies all day. For example, when we wake up the mobile alarm in the morning and we have our smartphone in hand, or when we get home from work and go directly to the...

Children are made to live, not to be competitive - educational and developmental psychology

Parents who point their children to a huge amount of school activities, hours dedicated to the duties that are swallowed mid afternoon, the need to make children stand out in any of the hobbies that...

The different forms of child abuse - educational and developmental psychology

In the last decades the study of the subject of child abuse has experienced a considerable boom.It has gone from being a question traditionally assumed by society as a normal practice to being an...

Social skills in childhood: what are they and how to develop them? - educational and developmental psychology

In recent times there has been a greater awareness of the importance attributed to the acquisition of adaptive social skills during the first years of life of the human being.In a generic way, it has...