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Supporting Children in Distress: The Power of Parental Emotion Coaching

he Importance of Responding Well to Children’s Emotional Distress

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​Why Both Bigots and Egalitarians Say ‘They Don’t See Race’

People who claim they “don’t see race” when they evaluate others may think they all have similar beliefs about racial justice – but they’re very wrong, according to a new book. In fact, the belief in “racial colorblindness” unites people who range from liberal to conservative and hardened racists to egalitarians.

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When a Lot Is Too Much: Childhood Stress and Extracurricular Activities

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After-school activities like sports, clubs, dance lessons and volunteering provide important enrichment opportunities for schoolchildren, but too much participation without enough downtime, or participating for the wrong reasons could lead to unhealthy levels of stress in children.

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Sales Newbies, Don’t Fret. Just Go Above and Beyond

Good news for novice salespeople worried about becoming successful: Expressing your gratitude to customers by going above and beyond your job description may be as effective as developing long-term relationships with them, indicates a first-of-its-kind study.

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Before the Flood: What Drives Preparedness?

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More targeted efforts are needed from both the public and private insurance sectors in order to encourage people to take action to reduce their risk of flood damage, according to a new study of three European countries.

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High Moral Reasoning Associated with Increased Activity in the Human Brain’s Reward System

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Individuals who have a high level of moral reasoning show increased activity in the brain’s frontostriatal reward system, both during periods of rest and while performing a sequential risk taking and decision making task according to a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Shanghai International Studies University in Shanghai, China and Charité Universitätsmediz in Berlin, Germany.

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emoji, Smiley, office etiquette, Workplace Communication, Dr. Arik Cheshin, University Of Haifa

Smileys? Not at Work

A new study has found that using a smiley in a work-related email to a stranger makes the recipient perceive the sender as less capable. “While an actual smile has a positive impact on creating an initial impression, adding a smiley can harm the person who included it in their email,” explains Dr. Arik Cheshin, one of the authors of the study

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Oxytocin, oxytoc, CD38 expression, human social affiliation, Friendship, autism quotient

NUS Study: You May Be as Friendly as Your Genes

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A group of researchers from the National University of Singapore has found that young adults who have higher expression of the CD38 gene as well as differences in CD157 gene sequence are friendlier and more socially adept than others. They have more close friends and show greater social skills.

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Back-to-School Worries for Parents? 1 in 3 Very Concerned Bullying, Cyberbullying Will Impact Their Kids

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What parents are most worried about as their children prepare to head back to school.

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