Researchers explore why our time perception alters and why we think our children are growing up faster than they actually are.
Study reveals few differences in life satisfaction and limited differences in personality traits between those who are child-free and those who are parents.
A new study reports paternal anxiety is much higher than previously reported. Findings reveal anxiety in men during the perinatal period was 11%. Previous reports found anxiety in males during this period was under 4%.
According to researchers, babies whose mothers were more anxious spent longer focusing on environmental threats than those whose moms were more relaxed.
A new study reports that babies characteristics contribute to their cuteness, and that can trigger care-giving behaviors in adults.
Baby talk can teach infants the relevant properties of language, a new study reports.
Researchers offer specific guidance to parents about just what kind of talk is most important, and at what ages and stages in a child’s growth.
A new study reveals newborns who are stressed by their environment have a greater neural pain response following a routine skin lance than babies who are not stressed. However, the neural response is not matched by their physical reaction to pain.
A new study reveals longer breastfeeding is associated with increased maternal sensitivity well into childhood.
A new study of over 10,000 mothers has shown that women who breastfed their babies were at significantly lower risk of postnatal depression than those who did not.