Best of NurtureShock / Research Blogging Awards Nominee

We're having a great week: on Monday, NurtureShock won the "Best Parenting/Childcare Book" Award for Books for Better Life.

Today, we are delighted to learn that we've just been nominated for "Best Psychology Blog" for 2010 Research Bloggers Awards.

We wrote over 90 posts about peer-reviewed science in 2009 and we're delighted to see that they are still having some impact.

Thank you very much to all of the judges, and congratulations to the other nominees (We're fans of yours!).

If you are new to our work, there is a list of some of our favorite posts on this page (in the lower right column), and we can't resist sharing some others that we'd love you to take a look at – posts you might have missed along the way.

What Do Preschools Have in Common with Bridges and Airports

How Biased Science led to Emotional Intelligence Curriculum in all UK Schools

How Accurate Is Teens' Insistence That "Everyone Else Is Doing It"?

New Research: Taking the SAT in a Crowded Room Means Lower Scores

In Defense of Children Behaving Badly

Are Good Deeds a License to Misbehave?

Navigating the archives by the Newsweek calendar can be a bit tricky, so you can see a list of more of our favorites of 2009 at our NurtureShock website, and a complete list of all our posts is available here.