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Erin Clabough



Erin Clabough, PhD, is an American neuroscientist specializing in child development. Her work specializes in how to help children develop empathy, creativity, and self-control.

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Second Nature: How Parents Can Use Neuroscience to Help Kids Develop Empathy, Creativity, and Self-Control

Neuroscientist and mother Erin Clabough teaches that to thrive as adults, children need to learn self-regulation, a master life skill founded in empathy, creativity, and self-control. The good news is that you can build these strengths in children at any age, from infancy to adulthood.

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Cultivating Empathy in My Children, from a Neuroscience Perspective

Empathy is divided into cognitive, emotional and applied empathy, all of which are valuable. For empathy to truly be useful to the human condition, our kids must have applied empathy, or compassion.

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Parenting: The No 1 Question | Erin Clabough

Erin Clabough shares the number 1 question we all need to ask ourselves as parents.

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Do Kids Misbehave on Purpose? (You Know You’ve Wondered) | Erin Clabough

Erin Clabough shares the number 1 question we all need to ask ourselves as parents.

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Self Control: The Secrets to Teach Kids Self Control | Erin Clabough

It is my pleasure to introduce you all to the amazing Erin Clabough In this interview we discuss 1. The Science of how kids Learn 2. What the research shows about punishment and the development of self-control. 3. 3 Core Skills Your Kids Need to Thrive in a new fast-paced world. 4.

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Should I Pay My Son $100 to Quit Fortnite?

A neuroscience-based parent guide to your nightly battle royale fight.

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A Neuroscientist on How to Really Read to Kids

How adding 30 seconds to a bedtime routine can foster empathy in a big way.

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6 Easy Ways to Measure Your Child’s Empathy

Research-based ideas to help us practice our most important skill: kindness.

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Second Nature (Erin Clabough)

How Parents Can Use Neuroscience to Help Kids Develop Empathy, Creativity, and Self-Control

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Episode 83: Erin Clabough

On using neuroscience to raise caring, compassionate, creative humans.

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