This Parenting course teaches parents how to develop and support execuitve function skills in order for their child to succeed and flourish in chil...
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Emotional control is one of the executive functions that, when managed well, can help you keep calm when you are triggered by internal or external ...
FREE INTERVIEW: with neuroscientist Prof. Adele Diamond – stress and executive functions in quarantine.
Our co-founder Victoria Bagnall talks to neuroscientist Professor Adele Diamond on how we should expect our brains to respond to the coronavirus cr...
FREE INTERVIEW: with Child Psychiatrist Prof. Peter Hill – how girls with ADHD will cope with life in quarantine.
Our co-founder Victoria Bagnall talks to eminent Child Psychiatrist Professor Peter Hill to find out more about girls and ADHD and what we can be d...
Our co-founder Victoria Bagnall asks psychologist, acclaimed author and executive function expert Dr Peg Dawson for some practical advice in these ...
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Cultural differences in the early development of executive functions.
Cultural differences in the early development of executive functions. Our children are living in diverse and ever-changing cultural societies with different educational systems, social systems and values. But what effect do these cultural differences have on the early development of our executive functions? And even, do some of our executive functions develop differently because of [...]
Adopting a growth mindset is key to your success and happiness.
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