Children’s Neuropsych Blog

College Survival Tips

I arrived at college confident. I knew I was well-prepared. I worked hard in high school and it showed. I was accepted into a competitive university. But as my family’s unloaded station wagon drove off, it hit me, along with thousands of other college freshman nationwide, that I was now in charge.

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Screen Time, Social Media, and the Developing Brain

“How much screen time do you have each day?” It’s a question I typically ask during my neuropsychological evaluations with middle school through college age students. The answer: from two – four hours weekly, depending on the day of the week, and some of that time is used for school work. The American Academy of […]

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