Emotional Intelligence: Combatting The College Mental Health Crisis
Students' emotional needs are woven into the tapestry of their physical, social, and intellectual needs. An emphasis on emotional intelligence is critical to equipping college communities to care for their students’ mental well being.Source: Forbes
Emotional Intelligence Might Make You More Resilient, But There's a Catch
The tricky thing about emotional intelligence is that despite being widely agreed to be a positive attribute, experts don’t agree on what it is. With improved forms of measurement, scientists can determine the best ways to develop skills related to emotional intelligence — and more people can experience the benefits.Source: Inverse
A Deeper Look at the Emotional Inner Life of Teaching: The 16 Emotions We’ve Overlooked
The emerging emotional science is clear, we often oversimplify how we discuss the emotional experience of teaching and the emotional inner life of teachers. In this episode, we explore two models that reframe what we often simplistically label as burnout and offer a new lens for discussing what those of us who teach are experiencing right now and what we need as we look to the school year ahead.Source: Bam Radio Network
A Systematic Review of Emotion Regulation Assessments in US Schools: Bridging the Gap Between Researchers and Educators
Many emotion regulation assessments have been developed for research purposes, but few are frequently used in schools despite the rapid growth of social and emotional learning programs with an explicit focus on emotion regulation in schools. This systematic review provides an overview of emotion regulation assessments that have been utilized with children and adolescents of grades 1–12 or ages 6–18 in school-based research or practice within the USA over the past two decades.Source: Educational Psychology Review
Imposter Syndrome Among Pre-service Educators and the Importance of Emotion Regulation
This study examined the prevalence and impact of imposter syndrome (IS) on a sample of pre-service educators. The authors report a majority of pre-service educators experience IS; 93% experience moderate levels and 54% had frequent or severe levels of imposter thoughts, and further that IS was negatively associated with educator well-being. The paper explores implications of the findings for educational training and improving the experiences of pre-service educators.Source: Frontiers
Readin’, Writin’, and Regulatin’ Emotions
Third graders at P.S. 60 Alice Austen School (Staten Island,NY) use their emotion skills to help them be their best selves and educators create a learning environment where emotions matter. Take a closer look inside this RULER school in this New Yorker article.Source: The New Yorker
The Development of Cognitive Reappraisal From Early Childhood Through Adolescence: A Systematic Review and Methodological Recommendations
Cognitive reappraisal is an important emotion regulation strategy that shows considerable developmental change in its use and effectiveness. This paper presents a systematic review of the evidence base regarding the development of cognitive reappraisal from early childhood through adolescence and provides methodological recommendations for future research.Source: Frontiers
A Systematic Review of Student Disability and Race Representation in Universal School-Based Social and Emotional Learning Interventions for Elementary School Students
This paper presents a systematic review of elementary school universal school-based (USB) social and emotional learning (SEL) interventions from 2008 through 2020 for two groups of minoritized students in education research and practice: students with disabilities and/or minoritized racial identities. The authors discuss the limitations of findings, education research best practices, and the minimum reporting standards necessary to ensure ability and racially minoritized youth representation in future USB SEL research.Source: Sage Journals
Promoting Love and Peace Across Generations through Science and Global Partnerships
Professor in the Yale Child Study Center Dr. James F. Leckman, leads a team of international scientists, scholars, and practitioners in a special journal publication that underscores the impact that early childhood development initiatives can have on promoting love and peace across generations
Crouch Receives F32 Award from NIAAA to Study Alcohol Use Among Alaska Native Populations
Maria Crouch, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, has been awarded an F32 Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
New Research Confirms Lingering Mood Benefit of Psychedelics
The results of a field study of more than 1,200 people attending multi-day arts and music festivals in the United States and United Kingdom confirm previous laboratory research indicating that psychedelic substances enhance feelings of social connectedness and improve mental well-being, the authors say.
Picciotto to be Recognized with Marion Spencer Fay Award
The Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership of Drexel University College of Medicine will award its 2020 Marion Spencer Fay Award to Marina Picciotto, PhD, Charles B.G. Murphy Professor of Psychiatry and Professor in the Child Study Center, of Neuroscience and of Pharmacology at Yale School of Medicine.