to keep pace with the increased need for mental health services, and surveys have substantiated this need by reporting an increase in depression and anxiety among college students. In response to the increasingly rigorous college-admissions process, many secondary schools are judged by the rates in which their students are accepted by the most prestigious centers of higher learning. Parent Sci Pract.2004;4 :271 317 OpenUrl Reivich K, Shatté. Finding such children and particularly convincing their parents to allow them to participate in research, will be a challenge but one that is ultimately necessary for a clear understanding of the specific impact of transitions for these children. Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety. Child Educ.2002;78 :230 233 OpenUrl Band EB, Weisz. Academic enrichment opportunities are vital for some childrens ability to progress academically, and participation in organized activities is known to promote healthy youth development. 33 In addition, many after-school child care programs prioritize an extension of academics and homework completion over organized play, free play, and physical activity. 83 There are no longitudinal studies that directly link intense preparation for adulthood during childhood to this rise in mental health needs, and there certainly are other causes, but some experts believe todays pressured lifestyle is an important contributor. We can be certain that in some families, the protective influences of both play and high-quality family time are negatively affected by the current trends toward highly scheduling children.
The grade trap: students perspectives on doing school. 87 89 This competitive era may be producing a minority of young people so intensely worried about the appearance of high achievement that they will forsake core values such as fairness and honesty for the sake of acquiring good grades. Finally, the children in this study were not randomly assigned to social transitions, precluding the ability to make causal claims about the impact of social transitions on mental health. 57 Several studies have linked feelings of anxiety and depression with that of perfectionism and an overly critical self-evaluation. Hausman, MD Benjamin. Less verbal children may be able to express their views, experiences, and even frustrations through play, allowing their parents an opportunity to gain a fuller understanding of their perspective. Accessed June 22, 2006 Gurian M, Stevens.
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Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth.
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