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November 28, 2021
by Elizabeth Pratt

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Differences In Brain Structure May Account For Why Some Siblings Display Antisocial Behavior

November 28, 2021 08:00 by Elizabeth Pratt  [About the Author]

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The reason why siblings with the same upbringing and genetics can exhibit such different behavior has long puzzled psychologists, neuroscientists and researchers alike. Now, a team of researchers from the universities of Bath and Southampton in the UK may have an answer as to why some siblings from the same family may develop antisocial behavior when others do not. [More]

April 20, 2014
by LuAnn Pierce, LCSW

parentinga child witha physical disability

Parenting a Child With a Physical Disability

April 20, 2014 04:55 by LuAnn Pierce, LCSW  [About the Author]

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New parents often anticipate each new development in their babies with excitement and anticipation. As babies reach new milestones, parents and siblings applaud and cheer, eager for the next celebration. The normal ages and stages in child development allow for some wiggle-room, usually a range of a few weeks to a few of months for different tasks. When babies do not reach developmental milestones within the given range, it could mean the child has a problem. [More]