Studies by Katherine Kinzler, a psychology professor at Cornell University, have shown strong links in early childhood between exposure to multiple languages and the ability to consider events from another person’s point of view.
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From The Blog
The Commonwealth Fund has released data suggesting that adults with mental health concerns receive better quality and more cost-effective care when they use a medical home.
The National Register has partnered with the Center for Deployment Psychology to promote a 5-day continuing education training opportunity for civilian licensed mental health providers, Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and Their Families. The workshop will be held in Boise, ID, from May 16-20, 2016. The last day to register is Sunday, May 8.
FindaPsychologist.org Contribution: Understanding and Coping with the Loss of a Pet by Dr. Sarah Shelton
Dr. Sarah Shelton, a member of the National Register Board of Directors, has contributed an article to FindaPsychologist.org: Understanding and Coping with the Loss of a Pet. Read Dr. Shelton’s article as she illustrates the special relationship people have with their pets, and the grief that occurs after losing such a beloved friend.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) offers a summary and reflection on the newest national education reform law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Understanding the emotional reasons for extremism may be key to preventing terrorist groups’ growth.