This category is for informational sites about the academic study and practice of psychology as it relates to children and young people.

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AMA - Division 37 - Child, Youth, and Family Services
Division 37: Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice is concerned with professional and scientific issues that involve services for children and youth. Includes publications, membership details, convention information, and task forces.
AMA - Division 53 - Clinical Child Psychology
Information about the American Psychological Association's Division 53, Clinical Child Psychology. Includes links to publications and information about task forces, APA Convention activities, and membership for practitioners and students.
Birth Psychology
Theory and research on birth psychology.
Child and Family Study Group
Research lab at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Provides information on the lab and past and present research projects.
The Child Psychologist
Dedicated to the fields special education and psychology and the remediation of childhood and adolescent disorders.
The Childhood Trauma
Text of a lecture delivered by psychologist Alice Miller in 1998.
Cognitive Therapy for Kids
Provides resources for parents of children and adolescents who may be dealing with anxiety, depression, or AD/HD. The site describes the practice of cognitive behavioral therapy, and provides links and resources.
Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues
Listing of current research projects; listing of people involved with the Institute. Affiliated with Birkbeck, University of London.
Liew Lab of Child Development
This lab at Texas A&M University is interested in understanding the processes involved in children’s social and emotional development. The main goal is to understand what helps children become well adjusted and competent, socially and academically.
Pro Autism
Provides information on the remediation of autism's core deficits through relationship development.
Sibling Rivalry
The causes, consequences, and solutions to the multiple social, psychological and family problems caused by sibling rivalry.
The Society of Pediatric Psychology
A forum for professionals interested in caring for children and their families.

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