Rich Kids in Trouble

Keep Privileged Kids from Becoming Jerks

By Thomas G. Plante Ph.D., ABPP
Three simple steps.

Why Top Students Should Be Less Selective

By Barry Schwartz
Admissions processes at top schools are inefficient.

You're Here to Fulfill My Dreams

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
A cautionary note lest parents' dreams undermine their talented kids' lives.

Why Do Lindsay Lohan and Mel Gibson Misbehave?

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Why celebrities believe they are above the law.

What makes some people feel entitled to special treatment?

By F. Diane Barth L.C.S.W.
What can we do about entitlement?

Justin Bieber, Little Emporers, and Narcissistic Children

By Michael Ungar Ph.D.
Over-indulging our children puts them at risk of becoming self-centered brats

Do More Things Bring Less Love?

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Acquiring more and more things may also bring marriage problems.

Why is Mississippi more religious than New Hampshire?

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.
Religion thrives on misery—and chokes on prosperity.

Raising “Star” Children: The Pressure May Be Too Great

By Susan Newman Ph.D.
China sends a strong message to all parents.

The Rich Kids of Art Class

By Debra Liese
Are artists born or made?

The Abuse of Overparenting

By Lisa Firestone Ph.D.
We're all guilty of over-protective acts that hurt our children.

Spoiled? Not My Kid

By Susan Newman Ph.D.
We live in an age of yes-parenting.

What’s in a Name?

By David F Lancy Ph.D.
Contemporary versus historical naming conventions

Why Trust is Foundational to Sound Management

By Victor Lipman
Trust is the solid floor on which the manager-employee relationship is built.

10 Rules for Reading Aloud to Preschoolers

By J. Richard Gentry Ph.D.
Reading bedtime stories the right way is as important as changing diapers.

Choosing Stories for Our Children

By Steve Baskin
Stories frame our children's inner narratives, so we must choose them carefully.