In a new study, researchers at Northwestern University and the University of California, Davis looked at the influence that parents have on kids’ creative behavior and whether they’re creating new content to express themselves.
The findings are published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
The research involved nearly 600 parents and their children, ages 9 to 15, as they played a computer game in a room with one other person.
The game included tasks that required the participants to create and modify a video clip, such as adding text or images to a video or adding a music track to an audio track.
The participants were also asked to share their creative ideas with each other, which were then shared with other parents.
The results show that the kids in the group that had an active father were more likely to create content than those that did not.
The researchers also found that the dads were more willing to share creative ideas and create video clips.
The findings are in line with a recent study published in Personality and Individual Differences that found that fathers and daughters were more creative than their peers.
“This is important, because it’s important for parents to encourage and encourage their children to be creative, and that’s what we wanted to look at in this study,” said lead researcher Amy Kranz, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Northwestern.
The study focused on two types of children: those who were born with special needs and those who had an early onset autism spectrum disorder.
In addition to being born with autism, children with the disorder tend to have more severe symptoms than other children, such an autism spectrum diagnosis.
The kids in both groups also had difficulty with language, with some children struggling to express emotions.
Kranz said that one of the ways that parents can help their children with their autism spectrum disorders is to help them create content.
“The thing that’s particularly important for us is that we want parents to have the freedom to do this,” she said.
“And that’s because when you’re young and you have a lot of challenges, when you don’t know what you’re going to do, when your expectations are not being met, you need to have that space for creativity.”
The parents also helped the kids with their communication skills.
For example, they helped the children write letters, make art, draw pictures and play with toys.
Krauss said that parents need to understand that creativity is an ongoing process, so it is important for them to take care of the child in terms of what they’re doing with the material and how they’re interacting with it.
“If you are in charge of the kid’s life, it’s not like you can dictate the rest of the stuff.
You can’t dictate the way they interact with you, and the only way you can control what you say is through your kids,” she added.
The researchers also took a look at whether the kids had any specific interests that they were interested in, such a science, video games, music or writing.
The children with special abilities had a higher percentage of interests in these three areas, but the kids who did not have a diagnosis of autism spectrum were less likely to have any of these interests.
When it came to creating content, the kids of the parents that were less active in their socializing and less interested in video games were more interested in creating content.
However, the same study showed that the more time that the parents were involved in their kids’ socialization, the less involved they were in their video game and music projects.
The authors say that parents who are active in the lives of their kids can help them express themselves and express their creativity.
They can also provide them with resources to learn how to be a creative child.