Alan Kazdin

Alan E. Kazdin, who was president of the American Psychological Association in 2008, is John M. Musser professor of psychology and child psychiatry at Yale University and director of Yale's Parenting Center and Child Conduct Clinic.

Family
Aug. 11 2010 10:06 AMChildren and StressThe new science on chronically harsh and conflict-ridden households.
Recycled
March 31 2010 2:50 PMBulliesThey can be stopped, but it takes a village.
Family
Feb. 5 2010 7:10 AMNo Brakes!The best way to guide your teenager through the high-risk years.
Family
Nov. 12 2009 1:23 PMLike a RatAnimal research and your child's behavior.
Family
Aug. 11 2009 12:47 PMBulliesThey can be stopped, but it takes a village.
Family
March 27 2009 12:18 PMThe Messy Room DilemmaWhen to ignore behavior, when to change it.
Family
Jan. 27 2009 3:00 PMI Spy Daddy Giving Someone the FingerYour kids will imitate you. Use it as a force for good.
Family
Nov. 7 2008 12:47 PMWhy Can't Johnny Jump Tall Buildings?Parents expect way too much from their kids.
Family
June 27 2008 7:24 AMFamily FeudsHow to make "timeouts" less like bar fights.
Family
May 31 2010 7:00 AMGet Off Facebook and Do Something!How to motivate an inert child.
Family
March 26 2010 7:17 AMIf You're Good, I'll Buy You a ToyThe difference between bribing your child and rewarding your child.
Family
Feb. 4 2010 10:02 AMNo Brakes!Risk and the adolescent brain.
Family
Sept. 17 2009 12:17 PMPlan B What to do when all else has failed to change your kid's behavior.
Family
May 29 2009 7:03 AMI Think I'm Worried About My KidDoes my child need professional help?
Family
Feb. 5 2009 1:23 PMNo, You Shut Up!What to do when your kid provokes you into an inhuman rage.
Family
Jan. 2 2009 7:11 AMReading Isn't Fundamental How to help your child learn to read.
Family
Sept. 24 2008 7:09 AMSpare the RodWhy you shouldn't hit your kids.
Family
April 10 2008 2:20 PMTiny TyrantsHow to really change your kid's behavior.

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