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Dr. Braaten draws upon her expertise to frequently write articles on psychological topics for general audiences. She often is cited in articles too. Below are some of Dr. Braaten's recent contributions to print media.
Recent articles written by Dr. Braaten
How will we know if the COVID pandemic is really over? And how will we feel when it is? NBC News.
Coronavirus conspiracy theorists have now exposed themselves. What can the rest of us do? NBC News.
The COVID-19 pandemic's restrictions disrupted everyone's sense of time. Here's how to cope. NBC News.
How to support children with language processing disorders: A parent's guide. ADDitude.
Slow processing speed: Signs & solutions for a misunderstood deficit. ADDitude.
Mindfulness: A practical guide toward personal peace and resilience. MGH Clay Center.
What careers are a good fit for kids with slow processing speed? Understood.
What is a disorder or written expression? MGH Clay Center.
5 things parents and teachers need to know about ADHD. Harvard Health Blog.
Recent articles citing Dr. Braaten
Love the kid you have, not the one you wish you had. Boston Globe
AskMe: We asked an expert all of your questions about ADHD. The Mighty.
I thought my daughter was defiant, it turns out she had slow processing speed. Parents.
The cost of diagnosing your child's learning difficulties: What parents need to know. Parents.
Will kids "bounce back" after the pandemic? Our experts weigh in. Understood.
We love virtual learning: Students, parents explain why. Education Weekly.
Kids, the pandemic, and a mental health challenge. The Economic Times.
The remote learning tips that'll help your child emotionally and academically thrive this year. Woman's Day.
How will loneliness from the coronavirus isolation affect children? Slate.
A big 2020 campaign question: Wait, what day is it? The New York Times.
How to talk to your kids about the coronavirus outbreak. Time.
6 signs your daytime sleepiness is actually a sign of anxiety. Bustle.