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There is growing interest among educational researchers in using heart rate variability (HRV) as an index of children's capacity to regulate their physiological arousal. Links between HRV and young children's self‐regulation have, however, been inconsistent, and there is limited research on...
Although the presence of toys in childhood has remained steady for decades, the types of toys that fill children's toy boxes have changed, especially over the last 10–15 years. Many of today's toys are marked by technological enhancements, from a shape sorter driven by a singing bear to robotic...
The relevance of the research is determined by the fact that social work requires scientific methods that are aimed at understanding and interpreting life events and their impact on personal development. The purpose is to link the processes of empathy and reflection in the ability to a narrative...
Adolescence is a key developmental period for developing and strengthening brain circuits that underlie effective decision‐making skills, which profoundly impact lifelong health and academic, professional, and economic achievement. But decision‐making skills are learned rather than inherent....
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