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Jack Hinman

ADHD and Girls

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most diagnosed psychiatric disorders in children and is typically associated with a marked level of inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity.

Sunday, January 8, 2012/Author: Jack Hinman/Number of views (893)/Comments (0)/
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Quick Tips for Divorced Parents

Divorce, even under the most amicable of circumstances, represents a trauma for the family system, impacting not only the couple, but all members of the family. Many parents in therapy quite aptly describe their experience of divorce as a kind of death.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011/Author: Jack Hinman/Number of views (878)/Comments (0)/
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Alcohol Use and the Adolescent Brain

Scientific research is revealing that the human brain continues to develop into the early 20s. The immature brain of the adolescent may help explain their tendency toward impulsivity and poor decision-making.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011/Author: Jack Hinman/Number of views (901)/Comments (0)/
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The Sexualization of Girls

The sexualization of girls is a widely pervasive and ever-increasing problem that comes with a strong cost to girls. Virtually every media form studied provides ample evidence of the sexualization of women, including television, music videos, music lyrics, movies, magazines, sports media, video games, the Internet and advertising (Zurbriggen, 2007).

Wednesday, July 27, 2011/Author: Jack Hinman/Number of views (981)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Adolescents
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Teens and the Internet: How Concerned Should You Be?

First, the good news: The Internet is an effective and helpful tool for practical applications, such as research, work and social communication, academics, shopping, commerce and networking. In most work and academic settings, the effective and appropriate use of the Internet is a critical skill. Mastery of Internet applications can have positive results for young people not only academically, but socially as well. Teens can build a supportive social community online and remain in contact with friends.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011/Author: Jack Hinman/Number of views (827)/Comments (0)/
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