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Behaviour News-2014

(uni5 comments will be given in green)

December  2014

Early Caregiving: Effects Into Adulthood

Personality Outsmarts Intelligence at School

Women Are More Empathetic Toward Their Partner

Teens Who Mature Early: More Risk of Depression

Suicide Risk Falls After Talk Therapy

Personality and Health: What Is the Link?

Helping Your Toddler's Aggressive Behavior?

Scarcity Breeds Rationality, Economic Study Finds

Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Just Go to Bed Earlier

November  2014

Non-Genetic Changes Can Help Parents or Offspring

Sense of Purpose in Life Linked to Longer Life

Where'd You Get That Great Idea? (the Uni5 pattern is such a model)

October  2014

Preschoolers With Low Empathy: Risk for Problems

September  2014

Secret to Raising Well Behaved Teens? Sleep

Punitive Parenting Leads to Mental Health Risks?

Fighting Parents Hurt Kids' Emotional Regulation

Gambling With Confidence: Sure About That?

Air Pollution Harmful to Young Brains: Study

Toward a Theory of Child Well-Being

Autism: Infant Intervention Eliminates Symptoms

What Is Keeping Your Kids Up at Night?

Nature or Nurture? It's All About the Message

Why Plants in the Office Make Us More Productive

Training Your Brain to Prefer Healthy Foods

Family Dinners Good for Teens' Mental Health

August  2014

Social Class Affects How Kids Tackle Problems

Are Youth Losing the Ability to Read Emotions?

Neglected Boys May Turn Into Violent Adolescents

Big Weddings, Fewer Partners: Better Marriages? (Indian marriages has these most qualities)

 Super-Parent' Culture Threat to Parents' Sanity (This problem is seen in nuclear families and not in big-family systems).

Parallels of Human and Animal Parenting

Better to Give Than Receive: Personality Matters

Could the Brain Be Reprogrammed to Work Better?

July 2014

Helping Babies Cope With Stressful Events

June 2014

Agricultural Pesticides Linked to Autism

Belief in Free Will and Criminal Punishment

Anxious Kids Have Bigger 'Fear Centers' in Brain

'Often and Early' Gives Kids a Taste for Veggies

May 2014

Cynical? You May Be Hurting Your Brain Health

Altruism, Egoism: A Question of Points of View

This research summarizes Uni5 selftual connection concept in this paragraph.


Conversely, the brain areas that are most active when a subject decides to behave altruistically (charity) are the ones that the scientific literature commonly associates with the ability to take another person's point of view, which would therefore make the subject more empathic and willing to act for the benefit of others."


The salience brain network, which serves to increase the "conspicuity" of stimuli for the cognitive system, could make the dangers of the situation more apparent to the subject, leading the individual to behave in a selfish manner.


This Is Your Brain On Meditation 





'Sense of Purpose' Adds Years to Your Life

Big Sisters Are More Ambitious and Do Better

Forgiving a Wrong May Make It Easier to Forget

April 2014


Cultivating Happiness Often Misunderstood

Kids Misbehave Within 10 Minutes of Spanking

Baby to Adult: Sleep's Vital Role for Memory

Detrimental Effects of TV On Kids Sleep

Positive, Negative Thinkers' Brains Hardwired

Can Gratitude Reduce Costly Impatience?

Brain: Concern for Justice Linked With Reason?

Chronic Stress in Early Life: Anxiety Later

March 2014

4 in 10 Infants Lack Strong Parental Attachments

Kids Learn Violence from Video Games: Study

Lied-To Children More Likely to Cheat, Lie


Frequent Child Nightmares: Psychotic Traits? 

February 2014

Chemicals Linked With Brain Disorders in Kids

Making Your Brain Social: Identifying Brain Connections That Lead to Social Behavior

January 2014


Belief in Immortality Hard-Wired: Child Study

Messy Children Make Better Learners: Toddlers Learn Words for Nonsolids Better When Getting Messy in a Highchair

When Being Called 'Incredibly Good' Is Bad for Children


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