Parenting

  • Self-Perceptual Bias and Internalizing Symptoms: Implications for ADHD

    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood neurodevelopmental disorder, affecting 5 – 7% of school-aged children.1 Given that many children with ADHD experience difficulty paying attention and managing impulsive behaviors, it is not surprising that children with ADHD often struggle with basic tasks, such as schoolwork, daily routines, and social interactions.

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  • Prof. Stephen Scott

    In Conversation…Parenting with Prof. Stephen Scott

    In this podcast, Professor Stephen Scott talks about using parenting as an intervention in young people’s mental health and future prospects.

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  • Identifying imaging biomarkers in the neonatal brain

    The past decade has seen great improvements in magnetic resonance imaging technologies, such that it is now possible to image the developing brain in utero. In 2018, Dafnis Batalle and colleagues compiled an Annual Research Review for the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, where they evaluated the current status of neuroimaging research in neonates and paediatrics to determine the origins of neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders.

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  • Dr. Jennifer Shields

    In Conversation… Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

    Dr. Jennifer Shields & Dr. Sarah Brown discuss Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), the most common preventable non-genetic cause of neurodevelopmental disorders in the UK.

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  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

    Our conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders aims to raise awareness and understanding of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) and provide an overview of how individuals and families affected by FASD can be supported. Key takeaways To raise awareness of the prevalence, key features and outcomes of individuals affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) […]

    Event type
    Conference
    Location
    Dublin
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  • In Conversation… Parenting – Prof. Judy Hutchings & Dr. Margiad Williams

    What is harsh parenting? What are the latest interventions? Plus what’s in the pipeline?
    All this and more detailed in this podcast with Prof. Judy Hutchings & Dr. Margiad Williams, both Bangor University.

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  • Dr Arnon Bentovim

    In Conversation… Dr Arnon Bentovim

    Dr Arnon Bentovim, Child and Family Psychiatrist, and founder the Child and Family Practice, talks about child and family training to develop and train evidence-based approaches to assessment, analysis, and intervention.

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  • Abnormal visual fixation does not mediate deficits in emotion recognition in conduct disorder

    Studies have shown that conduct disorder (CD) is associated with impaired recognition of facial emotions1, but whether the cause of this deficit is due to difficulties with attention, interpretation and/or appraisal is unclear. Now, researchers at the Universities of Southampton and Bath have addressed this question.

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  • Aggression toward siblings during the preschool years: When does it become atypical?

    Most children grow up with siblings. During early childhood, siblings spend a great deal of time together and must navigate challenging situations such as sharing toys and parental attention, features that make conflict inevitable and often emotionally intense. 

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