Articles for Tag: "behavior"

Just how important is winning? 
Just how important is winning?
Turns out that coming out ahead is very important to one age group.
Why does that guy give you the creeps?  Featured
Why does that guy give you the creeps?
Survey participants identify the specific characteristics that make someone appear discomforting or threatening.
Are there ways to correct your child’s behavior more effectively? 
Are there ways to correct your child’s behavior more effectively?
Researchers find that compromising is good but timeouts are better.
Make merry memories with your Elf on the Shelf  Featured
Make merry memories with your Elf on the Shelf
Keep kids well-behaved once their favorite elf returns to the North Pole after the holidays.
At what age are you most likely to lie? 
At what age are you most likely to lie?
Teens are found to be the most untruthful while young adults are the best at stretching the truth.
Self-promoting may cause more harm than good 
Self-promoting may cause more harm than good
A new study confirms that those who brag excessively are seen as less likeable.
Does your child need a detox from the Internet? 
Does your child need a detox from the Internet?
Nowadays, most kids and teens are glued to an electronic device. Should parents be concerned?