A violence prevention program called Safe Start, implemented
experimentally in 15 Bay Area child care centers, has
led to a decline in aggression and withdrawn behavior
among the children who participated.
Children who are rejected or neglected by their peers
develop behavioral and health problems that can be alleviated
by teachers with specific interventions.
How do researchers predict attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD) in children of preschool age who are
already naturally impulsive and hyperactive?
Teasing in children can have positive effects, helping
them to negotiate conflict, socialize one another and
Researchers can now trace the outlines of problematic
behavior in preschool children and talk to parents about
how to deal with these problems.