The latest Auckland outbreak and the associated Level 3 restrictions can give us a clue as to just how transmissible the UK variant of the coronavirus can be in a school environment. This concerns me. The big bang approach to schools re-opening in England on March 8 was first going to be supported with mandatory […]
Have you played hide and seek with a small child and found them in seconds as they sit in the middle of the room with their eyes covered, convinced that you can’t see them? In this episode, I talk with Asst Professor Henrike Moll, in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern California […]
In this episode, I talk with Associate Professor Claire Vallotton of Michigan State University in the USA. We talk about the relationship father’s parenting stress and language and cognitive development. Claire’s original paper can be found here: Here is the abstract for some context: Despite numerous studies on parenting stress suggesting negative influences on parent–child […]
Over the holidays, thousands of adults return to their childhood homes and spontaneously turn back into adolescents. Find out how dinner with the in-laws over the holiday season might upset your digestive balance, and read my tips for preparing for what can be an intense period over the holiday season.