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Can your Fitbit help your relationship?

Can your Fitbit help your relationship?

Adela Timmons, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, spoke to Inverse about her work on using wearable technology […]

When we say girl, you say scientist!

When we say girl, you say scientist!

Glasses. Goggles. Lab coats. Beakers. Test tubes. Look familiar? This is what most kids draw when asked to draw a […]

The Center for Children and Families offers free parenting webinars

The Center for Children and Families offers free parenting webinars

Being a parent isn’t easy, but it can be less intimidating with the right help. FIU’s Center for Children and […]

Rapper tweets about his quote in FIU psychology professor’s book

Rapper tweets about his quote in FIU psychology professor’s book

Rapper Kid Cudi showed a fan some love on Twitter after she thanked him for being open about his mental […]

12 tips to help kids cope with social distancing

12 tips to help kids cope with social distancing

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing does not have to mean social isolation. Extended isolation could lead to depressed mood […]

Psychology ranked No. 5 by National Science Foundation

Psychology ranked No. 5 by National Science Foundation

By JoAnn Adkins FIU is ranked No. 5 in the nation by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for research funding […]

Save the date: Miami International Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference

Save the date: Miami International Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference

More than 550 mental health professionals and students from across the nation will convene Feb. 5-7 for the 2020 Miami […]

Giving children positive consequences

Giving children positive consequences

Dr. Daniel Bagner, professor of psychology and the director of the Early Childhood Behavior Lab at FIU’s Center for Children […]

Researchers disagree over new ADHD treatment guidelines

Researchers disagree over new ADHD treatment guidelines

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently released new guidelines recommending children five or older diagnosed with ADHD to take medication […]

Should you medicate toddlers diagnosed with ADHD?

Should you medicate toddlers diagnosed with ADHD?

Written by: Enrique Torres Doctors often recommend medicating children who have an attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnosis. After all, various […]