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Using Academic Strategies to Build Resilienc

Using Academic Strategies to Build Resilienc | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it

Developing and implementing educational experiences that foster resiliency can be as easy as gaining a new perspective on traditional academic activities. This article provides five examples of academic projects that can be used to build five important elements of resilience. competency, belonging, usefulness, potency, and optimism.


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Brain Cells Can Outlive the Body

Brain Cells Can Outlive the Body | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it
Mouse brain cells transplanted into rats can survive at least twice as long as the mice from which they are taken

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News Flash: Longitudinal Study Reveals that the Quality of Parent-Adolescent Relationships is Associated with Mental Health in Adulthood

News Flash: Longitudinal Study Reveals that the Quality of Parent-Adolescent Relationships is Associated with Mental Health in Adulthood | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it
By Margarita Azmitia Since Bowlby’s classic work on attachment, scholars have researched and debated the continuity of early parent-child attachment relationships across the lifespan and the assoc
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excerpt: "As hypothesized, young adults’ psychological adjustment at age 30 was predicted by the quality of their parent-adolescent relationships, and poor quality relationships in adolescence were associated with poor psychological adjustment in young adulthood. Importantly, these associations became more modest, albeit still statistically significant, after controlling for the effects of the contextual variables. These findings highlight the contribution of context to parent-adolescent attachment and young adults’ psychological adjustment."

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Does science know how to treat traumatized children? - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Does science know how to treat traumatized children? - Pittsburgh Post Gazette | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it
Does science know how to treat traumatized children? Pittsburgh Post Gazette Children are led from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., after December's shooting.
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