According to recent research, pandemic restrictions created significant risk factors for teens with ADHD of depression and school drop-out.
Hunter trudged into the living room and dropped the heavy chemistry book on the floor with frustration. “Mom, you remember that test I took a
According to the American Psychological Association (APA), “self-efficacy refers to an individual’s belief in his or her capacity to execute behaviors necessary to produce specific
Math has never been my strong suit, and so I’ve never put much pressure on my kids to excel in that subject. But when my
Ever wonder how some people seem to remember everything they learn and others struggle to keep simple facts straight for more than a few minutes?
The next time your kiddo complains about music class give them this good news: It’s making them smarter! New research published by Frontiers in Neuroscience
Mild brain injury can result from childhood concussions, sports injuries, and even minor car accidents. Brain injury patients often suffer from long-term cognitive and neurological
I never intended to be a homeschooler. But as with COVID-19, sometimes life hands us surprises. Instead of grumbling about it I decided to do
With technology advancing so fast its not hard to believe that a research team evaluated the performance of babies on a touch screen. The researchers
The coronavirus epidemic has created an unprecedented sense of isolation for many people. School children are perhaps the most impacted by this historic pandemic. Despite
Researchers Explain How Clinician-Delivered Brain Training is More Beneficial than Computer Brain Games for Remediating Multiple Cognitive and Social-Emotional Struggles Frequently Associated with ADHD. Not
Research Supports Brain Training Efficacy when Delivered by a Personal Trainer! The results of a randomized controlled trial, published in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology,
Children with learning struggles often present with negative behaviors as well. Scientific research has yet to confirm the specific underlying neurological connection, although parents and
It’s back-to-school time and many parents are eager for ideas and interventions to help middle and high-schoolers achieve better grades this fall. Instead of relying
Symptoms of ADHD and other attention struggles can manifest in very young children. Even babies and toddlers reveal signs of atypical attention patterns that can lead
Parents and educators of children with ADHD have long been seeking non-pharmaceutical options for improving behavior, focus, impulse control, and learning. The London University of