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18 results for: resilience
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Trigger warnings in classrooms are a beloved technique without a scientific basis. In fact, the studies that do exist indicate that...
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A recently-published research study from Canada found that children who witnessed parental domestic violence had a higher incidence of...
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A fascinating new study from the UK found that children who engaged in risky play were more resistant to mental health problems during...
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An interesting study recently looked at the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and positive childhood experiences (PCEs)....
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A study from Australia indicates that boys who suffer from abuse are less resilient than girls. The researchers started with a sample of...
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A recent study analyzed the extent to which positive experiences helped counteract adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and found some...
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Young adults recover from childhood trauma through a combination of supportive relationships and self-reliance, according to a survey of...
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In my quest to find good anti-bullying programs, I ran across a survey analysis concluding that family resilience factors may help. ...
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A study from 2014 adds an interesting component to the mental health literature on resilience. The researchers surveyed more than 2000...
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A recent survey of mental health studies highlights an important way that organizations can help children who have suffered trauma.  This...
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Numerous mental health studies suggest that one of the best ways to help children develop resilience and recover from adverse childhood...
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A pattern that shows up very often in studies of resilience is a high correlation between resilience and self-esteem. It would be very...