What Do the Researchers Have to Say about Your Three-Month-Old? When you hold yo ur three-month-old in your supportive arms, you may be so delighted that you begin to talk in motherese, the simplified and repetitive type of speech that uses exaggerated, generally somewhat high-pitched intonation and rhythm. By this age, your baby may respond…

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What is Cyberbullying and What are its Effects? Bullying is a form of aggressive harassment that is unprovoked and repeatedly directed toward another individual or group of individuals. There is always a power differential. Additionally, bullying may inflict harm on the targeted youth—including physical, psychological, social, or educational harm. These are several characteristics of bullying:…

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: What are the Advantages for Millenials (1977-1997) who are Active Technology Users? They are interactive users, global communicators, not passive TV watchers They are the new authorities, teaching their parents how to use the web and as a result are respected and more engaged with adults creating a more open, consensual, effective family unit.…

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What challenges are families facing this summer that are different from the ones they are used to? Kids of different ages are accustomed to outdoor summer activities with lots of other kids. But general and specialized camps are closed this summer because it’s not safe for groups of kids to gather or for their counselors.…

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