Self-regulation and concern for others are attributes at the foundation for social interaction. What facilitates optimum social and moral development, including personality characteristics such as empathy, conscience, and self-regulation?
A baby looks at novel objects and then decreases their gaze upon them as they become more and more familiar with it. With this ability, learning and memory associated with that object can occur.
Babies are captivated by the here and now, and certainly enjoy their sleep. UCSF longevity study results find that staying in the present moment and quality sleep promote healthy aging. Read more
Self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence (S-ART): a framework for understanding the neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness.
Nothing seems to move us quite like a little baby’s face, even if it is simply a photo of a baby. Researchers have discovered exactly why. what: our brains activate areas responsible for empathetic caregiving–to move, speak, and be of service. Read more