Archive for the Children Pshychology Category


Toys That Stimulate Imagination In Young Minds

It was just a few decades ago when kids only had wood blocks and their backyards to entertain them, and they were able to engage in play for hours using their imaginations and creative thinking. Today, with video games and the internet it isn’t surprising that some children are sorely lacking in imagination. This is […]

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The Cognitive Development According to Piaget

How does human knowledge develop? Here is the question to which the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget devoted all his life. His work, spread out over nearly sixty years, provided the foundations of the vast field of research of the genetic epistemology that seeks to understand how our ways of thinking throughout our life. Formed in […]

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Hyperactive child: how to help him?

Hyperactivity is the object of numerous controversies … Nevertheless, this behavioral problem really exists. A living hell for the child who suffers from it, the situation is also difficult for his entourage. Dr Frédéric Kochman, a child psychiatrist, has just issued a guide to help parents to better handle this situation. Hyperactivity is a disorder […]

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Answering the embarrassing questions

Death, love, Santa Claus, homosexuality… children are very good at asking embarrassing questions! A child is like a blank page, curious about everything, greedy for learning, impatient in front of his ignorance. In a period of his life, questions are linked up at a wild rhythm. Essential, often existential, these questionings make of your toddler […]

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Is your Child Jealous?

Children prefer an exclusive love and attention from their parents, and they often have jealous reactions when a younger sibling is born. Find out if your child is likely to act in this way and what you can do to keep a balanced harmony in your family. Jealousy in children can be expressed with the […]

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