Resources / Links
Play and Playfullness
Dr. Stuart Brown: Play is more than fun
Peter Gray, PhD: The decline of play
Peter Gray, PhD: The End of Play: Why Kids Need Unstructured Time
Peter Gray, PhD: The Role of Play in the Development of Social and Emotional Competence
Professor Gordon Burghardt - The Origins and Diversity of Play
Jill Vialet - What Play Can Teach Us
Dr. Stuart Brown: The Neuroscience of Play
Fred P. Donaldson: The story of "Original Play" - Vortrag/Lecture in Deutsch/English
Frieden ist Kinderspiel - "Original Play"
Kefas Berlin: Playology
Dr. Stuart Brown: Consequences of Play Deprivation
Stuart L. Brown: Discovering the Importance of Play through Personal Histories and Brain Images
- An Interview with Stuart L. Brown
Dr. Jaak Panksepp – The Importance Of Play
Dr. Jaak Panksepp: Can PLAY Diminish ADHD and Facilitate the Construction of the Social Brain?
Depressed? Your “SEEKING” System Might Not Be Working: A Conversation with Neuroscientist Jaak Panksepp
Dr David Whitebread: The importance of Play
Jaak Panksepp: Science of the Brain as a Gateway to Understanding Play
- An Interview with Jaak Panksepp
Jeffrey Goldstein: Play in children development, health and wellbeing
Professor Peter Gray: How Early Academic Training Retards Intellectual Development
Professor Peter Gray: The Decline of Play and Rise in Children's Mental Disorders
Professor Peter Gray: Playing with Children: Should You, and If So, How?
Gwen Dewar, Ph.D: The cognitive benefits of play: Effects on the learning brain
Impact and Implementation Findings from an Experimental Evaluation of Playworks
- Effects on School Climate, Academic Learning, Student Social Skills and Behavior
Dr. Rachel E. White: The Power of Play
Hans Ruin: Framtiden finns i leken. Friedrich von Schillers estetiska brev griper in i dagens politiska debatt
Playworks: Studies on Play...
The National Institute for Play
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