A recent study conducted by psychologists at the University of Hildesheim in Germany learned a "surprisingly high" interconnection between childhood play and social success in adulthood.
The psychologists claimed that "child play is a valuable and flexible learning opportunity," and that play not only improves self-esteem and psychological health, but also enables individuals to roll with the punches when faced with social and economic problems. Play "may very well be the key to prosperity."Read the Entire Article
Federal Programs Related to - Recreation & Sports, General/Other
Programs that provide access to a variety of recreational pursuits that meet the athletic and leisure time needs of individuals.
Federal Programs Related to - Leisure & Recreational Activities
Programs that provide opportunities for individuals to learn and practice leisure activities. Backgammon; Board games; Bridge; Cards; Checkers; Chess; Computer Games; Darts; Hayrides; Hearts; Horseshoes; Kite Flying; Mah Jong; Paint Ball; Pinochle; Role-Playing Games; Scrabble; Snooker; Soap Box Derbies; Spades; Table Tennis
Federal Programs Related to - Public, Society Benefit, General/Other
Programs that focus on promoting the effective functioning of government, public administration and public officials and support or provide services required for the effective functioning of society's infrastructure.
Federal Programs Related to - Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy, General/Other
Programs that focus on protecting and promoting the broad civil rights and civil liberties of individuals and work to change public policy and opinion in a variety of areas.
See also: +COMMON CODE Advocacy (**B); Hate Crimes Prevention (I02.07); Housing Discrimination (I05.08); Voter Services (W08.05)