Please see the final Parent Newsletter of 2018, here: December 2018 Q4 v.3.4 In this edition, we have highlighted a new study from our lab on parent executive function and the results are in: parents’ skills matter, too!
“Executive function refers to the brain skills that allow us to control our thoughts, actions, and emotions. These skills include cognitive flexibility (thinking about something in multiple ways and shifting gears, for example, transitioning smoothly from snack time to center …
We are happy to share our first quarterly Parent Newsletter of 2018! See it here: March 2018 Q1 v3.1
We are happy to share our December Parent Newsletter! Download it here: v2.4 December 2017 Q4
We are happy to share our September Parent Newsletter! See it here: September 2017 Q3 v2.3
Father influence on cognition + executive function is the topic researcher Alyssa Meuwissen, Ph.D., has explored over recent years. In both research and popular culture, moms have often been depicted as the “default” parent. However, demographic trends show that dads …
See our second Parent Newsletter of 2017, highlighting tips and activities for building executive function skills in your children: June 2017 Q2 v2.2.
We are happy to share our first quarterly Parent Newsletter of 2017, found here: v2.1 March 2017 Q1
We are happy to share our third quarterly Parent Newsletter, found here: December 2016 Q4 v1.3
We are happy to share with you our second Parent Newsletter here: September 2016 Q3 v1.2