Resources for parents
A note to parents
'What are the best ways to prevent babies developing anxiety?'
'Can mental health conditions pass from grandparent to child?'
'Is it difficult for young children to concentrate after watching cartoons?'
These are some of the questions we hope to answer with ongoing research at the UEL BabyDevLab.
Most of the studies that we run are for research purposes and are not designed as diagnostic tests. Most of our analyses look at patterns across different groups of children, and we don't look at our results on an individual child basis, so we're normally not able to give detailed feedback about the performance of individual children.
If there is something about your child that you are concerned about, then we will always be happy to discuss it with you - as long as you understand that we are research scientists and not clinicians!
Below please find some resources that members of our team have found helpful:
- SOBIE study: UEL researcher Dr Sam Wass's blog
- The effects of stress and play on the brain: University of Toronto Dr Mike Evans
- Infants' Emotional Development: Infants' Emotional Development Stages and Tips - New Kids Center
- Warning Signs: Warning signs of emotional development problems - Baby Centre
- Social & Emotional Development: Social & Emotional Development in Babies - Parents.com
- Early Emotion: Early Emotion Understanding: When do Babies Learn about Emotions