Parental behaviour affects the involvement of children in cyberbullying

Andalusian researchers demand the involvement of families and training in prevention programmes

Parents, kids spend more time discussing how to use mobile technology

Study found that parents spend more time talking with children about the mechanics of using their mobile devices than they do about what they watch and download

Emotional suppression has negative outcomes on children

New research shows it’s better to express negative emotions in a healthy way than to tamp them down

Advertising in kids’ apps more prevalent than parents may realise

Ninety-five percent of reviewed apps for children ages 5 and under include at least one form of advertising, a new U-M study finds; why parents should pay attention

First-born children more likely to learn about sex from parents

Men consistently report lower parental involvement in sex education than women

Depressed teens, depressed parents

Treating depression in teens may benefit parents’ mental health, too, study finds

Young people who frequently argue with their parents are better citizens

Teenagers who regularly clash with their parents are more likely to have given time to.

How parents cause children’s friendships to end

Making a friend is hard work. Keeping one is even harder, especially for young children..

Parents struggle to discuss sex with LGBTQ teens

Research concludes that parents feel unequipped and uncomfortable discussing healthy sexual relationships   It’s hard.

Social media makes it both easier and more challenging to parent tweens

Balancing freedom with supervision: 55 percent of parents would read their tween’s texts, social media.