Developmental Science

Diana Divecha, Ph.D., writes about her favorite research on parenting and children's development

Published Science Writing

Stern, R. & Divecha, D. (2013, Dec 16). Emotional Forecasting: Preparing for the Storm of Holiday Feelings. Huffington Post.

Divecha, D. & Stern, R. (2013, Dec 2). What the NFL Can Learn from Four Decades of Research on Childhood  Bullying. Huffington Post.

Divecha, D. & Stern, R. (2013, Oct 29). Bullying: A Call To Action for an Education in Emotions. Huffington Post. 

Brackett, M. & Divecha, D. (2013, Sept 6) School Anti-bullying Programs Ineffective. The Courant. Hartford, CT.

Divecha, D. (2013, Jan 22). What Gen Y needs from parents (and why you should give it to them). Greater Good Science Center.

Divecha, D. (2011, Spring). Focusing on strengths. Parenteen.

Divecha, D. (2011, April 21). Parenting is like surfing. Greater Good Science Center.

Divecha, D. (2011, Winter). Friending and familyParenteen.

Divecha, D. (2010, Spring, v2). Choosing a college for gender and sexual minority youthParenteen.

Divecha, D. (2010, Spring). Mothers & daughters: Conflict and closeness.  Parenteen.

Divecha, D. (2009, Fall). Science briefs:  Helpful findings for parents of teens – When friends are good listeners; Balancing friends and schoolwork; Families can protect from substance abuse.  Parenteen.

Divecha, D. (2009, Spring, v2). Science briefs:  Helpful findings for parents of teens – Friends and lovers; Risky behavior; Sexual diversity. Parenteen.

Divecha, D. (2008, Fall). Science briefs:  Helpful findings for parents of teens – Family conflict; Sleep researchers advocate later school start times; The future of adolescence.  Parenteen.

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