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Research Opportunity in Minnesota

PAXIS Institute is pleased to announce a major research grant ($1.4 million) with the University of Minnesota, funded by the U.S. Institute of Educational Sciences.

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Question:  What is the difference between classroom management

Question: What is the difference between classroom management like Class Dojo and students’ self-regulation produced by PAX GBG?

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Predicted Human Brain Systems Involved in Children Learning Self-Regulation via PAX GBG

Authentic self-regulation cannot be sustained or learned by coercion, threats, aversive consequences, or punishments. In environments perceived as aversive or coercive by children, problematic behavior dramatically increases the moment the controlling adults are absent or whens peers reinforce a peer for such problematic behaviors, which is often a strategy to weaken and subvert the presumptive adult “authority.”

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Pursuing Ever Better Prevention Outcomes for Protecting Our Futures

Prevention science is a risky business. What? As a prevention scientist who wants the products of that science to be widely used, I have to take risks—by rigorously testing our ideas and seeking continuous improvement.

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Children’s mental illnesses are socially contagious

What? Our kids are catching mental illnesses? Yes, but not typically by germs. This will take a bit of flexible thinking to understand what people intuit and good science confirms.

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Why PAX GBG in other countries and cultures matters?

The biggest danger to humans is other humans, and the biggest source of safety for humans is other humans. This is not an abstraction.

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