Last week I wrote a opinion piece for a Flemish paper that if you look at the bigger evolution with youngsters (for sure here in Flanders), they are often getting more good than bad and only a minority means trouble (while often being victime and culprit).
At the same time there are a lot of discussions about which role school can play in reducing agression (quite often also located inside the school).
A new research conducted at the University of Texas at Austin, Emory University, and Stanford University, learns us now that teenagers from all walks of life who believe people can’t change react more aggressively to a peer conflict than those who think people can change. And teaching them that people have the potential to change can reduce these aggressive reactions.
From the press release:
Prior research has shown that children who grow up in hostile environments, such as high-violence…
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