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The less you sleep, the more you eat

Sleep and food intake: A multisystem review of mechanisms in children and adults From Journal of Health Psychology Factors influencing food intake have, and continue to be, a hotly contested subject. This paper suggests that disrupted sleep could be one … Continue reading

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A psychological analysis of how mothers construct fathers’ roles in childrearing and childcare

‘For me, the children come first’: A discursive psychological analysis of how mothers construct fathers’ roles in childrearing and childcare From Feminism & Psychology  Previous western studies have shown the division of domestic childcare work between fathers and mothers to … Continue reading

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Links between animal cruelty and domestic violence

Is animal cruelty a “red flag” for family violence? investigating co-occurring violence toward children, partners, and pets From Journal of Interpersonal Violence This week in the UK a nation of animal lovers were horrified at the CCTV footage circulated on … Continue reading

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Revisiting gifted education myths

A special issue From: Gifted Child Quarterly A quarter of a century after first discussed, despite the fact the times have continued to be characterized by great change, in society as well as throughout education, the old myths surrounding gifted education … Continue reading

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