Greater father involvement has been found to be linked with academic performance at school. This was true for all socioeconomic groups.
How common stereotypes emerge in childhood: Children don’t just learn from what adults say but also from what they don’t say.
Children are aware that they are effectively learning through the medium of play
Lockdown learning highlights how schools fail to build on children’s natural ways of learning; Through their independent curiosity and learning approaches.
The potential loss could require some children to repeat a grade. However, play with family members can stem decline and support parental mental health.
Explaining how COVID-19 moves and causes sickness works better than admonishment to encourage handwashing and social distancing.
Breaking the cycle of bias and violence starts at home.
There’s little evidence that screen time harms adolescents’ mental health, and the pandemic highlights how we should look for its benefits.
A father’s brain is shaped much more by extent to which he is engaged in caring, or has been in the past: The more/Less he cares, the more/Less his brain changes.
The social effects of video games are hard to decipher, this norwegian study finds.
How empathy is developed in toddlers is important for later social development in children
They say that sharing secrets is vital for their mental health, yet they struggle to keep such friendships as pressures to “man up” intensify.
Research by a team at the university of manchester demonstrates that a mother’s working hours are overwhelmingly the biggest influence on whether british fathers of three-year-olds share care of the child.
A german study has found that compared to parents of an only daughter, parents of an only son did more paid work.
A new study of mothers and fathers has found that the dynamics between the parents is linked to infant sleep.
Gendered patterns of housework persist between full-time breadwinning mothers and full-time breadwinning fathers.