A young boy diagnosed with ADHD makes a video diary about what life is like with it, followed by a studio discussion with a panel of experts about the disorder.
Babies smiling at their moms are studied for signs of healthy development, in this Science Nation report.
A recreation program for youth with severe anxiety.
Children’s voices come to life in animation as they describe symptoms of ADHD and what it’s like to have treatment.
Professor Dorothy Bishop explains that research proves that SLI is not caused by environmental factors, but by genetics.
A psychologist explains why sleep is especially important for children, and outlines the consequences of sleep deprivation on development in children living in poverty.
A cute, short, comedy skit portraying a five year old psychotherapist in a session with her frustrated middle-aged client.
A developmental psychologist and philosopher discusses links between innate knowledge and connectionism.
Excellent panel presentation on effects of and strategies to prevent child maltreatment. Experts describe harms including a long list of psychological, cognitive and physical health issues, brain development and epigenetic consequences, fatalities, legal, government and social costs of abuse and neglect. They discuss prevention using public health and policy approaches.
A report about Robert MacNeil’s grandson Nick, who has autism, including interviews with his family about the impact of autism.