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Severe Youth Violence: Developmental Perspectives Introduction to the Special Section...

Abstract Title: Severe Youth Violence: Developmental Perspectives Introduction to the Special Section   ...

Severe Violence During Adolescence and Early Adulthood and Its Relation...

Abstract Title: Severe Violence During Adolescence and Early Adulthood and Its Relation to Anticipated Rewards...

Early Childhood Predictors of Severe Youth Violence in Low‐Income Male...

Abstract Title: Early Childhood Predictors of Severe Youth Violence in Low‐Income Male Adolescents  ...

Trajectories of Violent Behavior Among Females and Males 📎

Abstract Title: Trajectories of Violent Behavior Among Females and Males   Abstract...

Students' Reports of Severe Violence in School as a Tool...

Abstract Title: Students' Reports of Severe Violence in School as a Tool for Early Detection...

Prevention of Targeted School Violence by Responding to Students' Psychosocial...

Abstract Title: Prevention of Targeted School Violence by Responding to Students' Psychosocial Crises: The NETWASS...

Developmental Relations Among Behavioral Inhibition, Anxiety, and Attention Biases to...

Abstract Title: Developmental Relations Among Behavioral Inhibition, Anxiety, and Attention Biases to Threat and Positive...

What Paves the Way to Conventional Language? The Predictive Value...

Abstract Title: What Paves the Way to Conventional Language? The Predictive Value of Babble, Pointing,...

Parents' Perceived Discrimination and Adolescent Adjustment in Chinese American Families:...

Abstract Title: Parents' Perceived Discrimination and Adolescent Adjustment in Chinese American Families: Mediating Family Processes...
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Supplement makes (mouse) moms' milk better; pups benefit for life

Giving nursing mouse mothers a supplement called nicotinamide riboside (NR) promotes maternal weight loss, boosts milk production and quality, and leads to long-lasting physical, neurological, and behavioral benefits in the...

Long periods of undisturbed sleep during pregnancy may be associated...

Sleeping more than nine hours per night during pregnancy may be associated with late stillbirth, a new international study suggests.

How bad will my postpartum depression be in 12 months?

A new study was able to successfully predict -- with 72.8 percent accuracy -- if a new mother would experience worsening depressive symptoms over the first year after giving birth....

Fighting perinatal mood and anxiety disorders on multiple levels

Over the past several decades, it's become increasingly recognized that perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs), including postpartum depression, are more than just "baby blues." They're the most common complication...

Controlling children's behavior with screen time leads to more screen...

Researchers investigated the impact of parenting practices on the amount of time young children spend in front of screens. They found a majority of parents use screen time to control...

Mice sleeping fitfully provide clues to insomnia

Researchers working with mice with sleep problems similar to those experienced by people with the genetic disease neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) -- believe the animals will help shed light on...

Maternal stress leads to overweight in children

Researchers were able to identify mother's perceived stress during the first year of the child's life as a risk factor for developing overweight in infancy. Researchers found this to have...

Caring for preterm babies in single family rooms may help...

Caring for preterm babies in single family rooms appears to reduce the incidence of sepsis and improve exclusive breastfeeding rates compared with traditional open ward neonatal units, according to a...

Long-term breastfeeding sheds light on whether an infant becomes right-...

Bottle feeding infants is associated with left-handedness, according to a new study.
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