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  • Friendships in Early and Middle Childhood
    During the preschool years, play provides positive social encounters and increasing amounts of cooperative activity, which are the foundations of friendship. Aggressive behavior increases between ages 2 and 4 but then declines. Rules and social roles become increasingly important, and sex differences in social activities become more obvious. The stability of friendships also increases as children approach school age, and girls seem to develop more intense relationships with a few other children than do boys, who scatter their affection across a larger number of youngsters

  • How Should I Communicate With My Child?
    Communicating with a child is one of the most pleasurable and rewarding experiences for both parent and child. Children learn by absorbing information through daily interactions and experiences with other children, adults, and the world

  • Inuyasha's Ears
    An Inuyasha site that helps kids develop the knowledge of demons! (And half-demons)

  • Loveabye Lullabyes
    The Loveabye Lullabye Program nurtures children from the third trimester of pregnancy to 5 years of age. It teaches a sleep routine and helps to transform nap, bedtime from a time of struggle and frustration to a profoundly loving experience for child and caregiver. It creates a ritual of bonding and shared love throughout a child's formative years that has positive self-esteem and empathy building effects which last a lifetime.

  • www.kidsgoals.com
    How to Raise Happy and Successful Kids! You Need These Secrets of Guilt Free Parenting. Help your child succeed with the unique resources at www.kidsgoals.com, including a FREE "Kids Unlimited" ezine.

  • Your Child: Development and Behavior Resources for Parents
    Your Child is a project of the Department of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at the University of Michigan. The site focuses on providing basic information and a wealth of reviewed links to help parents locate as much detailed information and the kind of support they need to better care for their children. All our content and links are developed by doctors and nurses and are reviewed by a panel of experienced developmental/behavioral pediatricians. We cover a broad range of topics and are continuing to add new topics regularly. Our focus is developmental and behavioral issues--which research tells us are most often left unaddressed at pediatrician office visits. We talk about everything from developmental disabilities, like autism, to everyday issues that all parents face, like toilet training. We also feature pediatrician commentaries, and links to timely topics, often seasonal in nature.

  • Children
    A website dedicated to empowering children to be active participants in creating their own healthy, calm lives. 4 children

  • Behaviour Change Consultancy
    The Behaviour Change Consultancy U.K. was established by Warwick Dyer, in association with Harry Ayres in 1998. In addition to the directors the Behaviour Change Consultancy employs - where appropriate - associate consultants, who possess a wide range of skills and expertise from the worlds of education, training and research.

  • Behavourial Problems
    The alternatives available tend to be various forms of longer-term child or family counselling/therapy.

  • Centre for Fun & Families
    The Centre for Fun and Families is a national voluntary organisation with charitable status. The Centre has been set up to assist families where parents are experiencing behaviour and communication difficulties with their children and teenagers.

  • Developmental Psychology
    Basic FAQ on Developmental Psychology by Shelley Wu, Ph.D., is a social psychologist and a certified web consultant. Experience: Shelley was an adjunct professor at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania, and she worked as a clinician in a community mental health center. She is the author of numerous research articles and a child psychology related book, "Being a Mother in America" (T&E Publications, China). She is now a corporate Web consultant.

  • Erikson's Eight Stages of Human Developmen
    Erikson's Eight Stages of Human Development Babies are born with some basic capabilities and distinct temperaments. But they go through dramatic changes on the way to adulthood, and while growing old. According to psychologist Erik H. Erikson, each individual passes through eight developmental stages (Erikson calls them "psychosocial stages"). Each stage is characterized by a different psychological "crisis", which must be resolved by the individual before the individual can move on to the next stage. If the person copes with a particular crisis in a maladaptive manner, the outcome will be more struggles with that issue later in life. To Erikson, the sequence of the stages are set by nature. It is within the set limits that nurture works its ways

  • How Behavior Changes in Toddlers
    Children are born and then they grow--and grow, and grow. Here's what you can expect in your child's development as he enters the toddler stage, age 18 months to 2.5 years.

  • International Network for Children and Families
    INCAF is the International Network for Children and Families, a worldwide parent-training network that teaches the course Redirecting Children's Behavior and gives parents fast, effective ways to become calmer and more confident and to raise their children to be responsible and cooperative.

  • Parent Coaching Cards
    Information and support for ADD -- as well as Aspergers, Autism, and many other issues dealing with special needs in children.

  • Parenting Magazine Features Insights into Child Parenting and Child Development
    Parenting magazine offers insights into child development, child psychology and how to raise a happy, well-adjusted child whose identity and sense of humanity is intact.

  • Parent Kids Right
    Dr. Marilyn Heins,a pediatrician,former professor of pediatrics,mother, stepmother, and grandmother shares her common sense parenting strategies designed for today's busy parents.

  • Parent-Tips
    Hundreds of tips for parenting covering pregnancy to parenting teens. Free weekly newsletter and ask the expert.

  • Pediatric Development and Behavior
    The Pediatric Development and Behavior Homepage is an independent web site created to promote better care and outcomes for children and families affected by developmental, learning, and behavioral problems by providing access to clinically relevant information and educational material for physicians, fellows, resident physicians, and students.

  • Solano Parent Network
    The Solano Parent Network, was created to support families with children who have serious emotional, behavioral, or mental disorders. Parents can be frustrated by a disability that is difficult to see or understand.

  • Teaching Tolerance
    The Southern Poverty Law Center has developed this project to offer free, high-quality educational materials to help teachers to promote interracial and intercultural harmony in the classroom and beyond.

  • Temperament.com
    This Page is about behavioral individuality in infants, children and adults. It is intended as a clearinghouse for research and practical information about temperamental characteristics.

  • The Preventive Ounce
    A preventive program to help parents manage NORMAL, temperament-related behavioral issues, and avoid anxiety and guilt over what is NORMAL for their child's temperament. Parents generate a profile of their child's temperament and receive advice, tailored to their child's temperament, for issues likely to occur.

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