Does daycare cause stress in small children?


Blogger:May Britt Drugli       Research from several different countries has shown that spending time in child daycare institutions may cause increased levels of stress in small children. In Norway 80 percent of 1-year-olds attend daycare. We know nothing about their stress levels. In the international studies the children’s…

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How important is parent involvement in school?

Ilustrasjon: Mann som hjelper sønnen med leksene

Blogger: Bente Kirkhaug       Parental involvement in their children’s education is one of the strongest predictors of children’s school success and has a powerful influence on the children’s achievement and adjustment. As part of my PhD project at the Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and…

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Prestigious ERC Grant to Jonathan Whitlock

Jonathan Whitlock

The European Research Council (ERC) has selected top scientists in Europe for its sixth Starting Grant competition. Jonathan Whitlock from The Kavli Insitute for Systems Neuroscience (KI) has been awarded this highly competitive, high-gain high-risk 1.5 M euro start-up grant to set up a research group on mirror cells in…

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From different angles

Stillbilde From different angles

Survival is for many brain tumours related to how much of the tumour is removed during surgery. The methods and technology developed in Trondheim facilitates more complete resection of brain tumours, while preserving normal functionality. For low grade gliomas it has been shown that early radical resection with intraoperative 3D…

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The Sky’s the Limit – When seconds count

Stillbilde fra Kunnskapshimmelen

It’s the decisions you make that count. Seconds count only if you can use them. Knowledge matters more than time. Knowledge is what decides whether we’re headed to a good or bad solution. NTNU, St.Olavs and SINTEF work closely across disciplines to provide cutting edge technology and health care. NTNU´s…

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