A new study from BYU shows that when parents compare their kids, it shows up in the classroom.
The BYU researchers who found that helicopter parenting backfires just published a follow-up study. Their question: Would lots of love and support negate the effects of parental hovering? Their data analysis says no, underscoring the need for parents to step back and let young adult children lead.
A rigorous new study debunks the myth that pregnancy comes with a decline in cognitive performance. Sounds unsympathetic, but the study author says this can give moms more reasons to believe in themselves.