Child-Psych.org is a research-based informational blog about child psychology, parenting, and childhood disorders. We provide reviews of the latest scientific findings on a number of psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders in a style that is accessible to parents, educators, and clinicians. Our mission is to become the most comprehensive online resource of science-supported information on child psychology.
I am a psychiatrist and writer based in London. I have a particular interest in psychological and social approaches to psychiatry, and I am a critic of the excessive bio-medical influence in mental health care.
A blog devoted to empirical science and the study of the mind. Expect to find critical analysis of scientific research, debunking of misinformation and tongue-in-cheek commentary based on cold hard evidence.
Science of Eating Disorders is dedicated to making peer-reviewed eating disorder research more accessible to the public. It is about making sense of the science in a clear and concise way for those who may lack expertise, access, or time required to read scholarly literature. Moreover, because all SEDs articles are written by individuals with a history of eating disorders, Science of Eating Disorders provides a rich and unique insight on the scientific findings in EDs. Articles often include glimpses of the behind-the-scenes reality of living with, managing and recovering from an eating disorder, from an adult perspective.
Research and news related to trauma, disaster, traumatic stress and recovery, with a particular focus on children and adolescents. Occasional posts on the use of social media to develop a trauma research community.
Happy Labor Day! In honor of a day traditionally taken off (except for retail employees, unfortunately) to enjoy grilling and relaxing outside, I thought I’d discuss something a bit more upbeat. Climate change research can often be gloomy. It is … Continue reading →
Brown, S., Nicholls, R., Hanson, S., Brundrit, G., Dearing, J., Dickson, M., Gallop, S., Gao, S., Haigh, I., Hinkel, J. & Jiménez, J. (2014). Shifting perspectives on coastal impacts and adaptation, Nature Climate Change, 4 (9) 752-755. DOI: 10.1038/nclimate2344
Random AsidesHello friends! This is a quick shout-out to let you know that my fabulous group The Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic group (LAWAAG) is meeting tomorrow night and we ...(Read more...)
For folk who are interested in the ways that art and science relate to one another, this has been a wonderful summer to live in or pass through London. So without further ado, here are some of the highlights, all of which you can still catch if you’re quick!…The post Summer Highlights appeared first on At the Interface.