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The first three years & beyond [electronic resource] : brain development and social policy / Edward F. Zigler, Matia Finn-Stevenson, and Nancy W. Hall.

By: Zigler, Edward, 1930-.
Contributor(s): Finn-Stevenson, Matia | Hall, Nancy Wilson.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Current perspectives in psychology: Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, c2002Description: 1 online resource (viii, 263 p.).ISBN: 9780300127393 (electronic bk.); 0300127391 (electronic bk.); 9780300093643 (cloth : alk. paper); 0300093640 (cloth : alk. paper).Other title: First three years and beyond.Subject(s): Child development | Infants -- Development | Brain -- Research -- Social aspects | Child welfare -- United States | Family policy -- United States | Child Development -- United States | Brain -- growth & development -- United States | Child Psychology -- United States | Child Welfare -- United States | Child, Preschool -- United States | Infant -- United States | Public Policy -- United States | Enfants -- Développement | Nourrissons -- Développement | Cerveau -- Recherche -- Aspect social | Enfants -- Protection, assistance, etc. -- États-Unis | Politique familiale -- États-Unis | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Child Development | Kinderen | Psychosociale ontwikkeling | Neurowetenschappen | Sociale politiek | Ouders | United States -- Social policy -- Evaluation | États-Unis -- Politique sociale -- Évaluation | სოციალური პოლიტიკა-- ბავშვთა კეთილდღეობაGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: First three years & beyond.DDC classification: 305.231 LOC classification: HQ767.9 | .Z543 2002ebOnline resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The more things change : politics and pet scans -- The science of brain research -- Family leave -- Early intervention and child care -- Home visitation and parent education -- Child abuse and the brain -- The Mozart effect : not learning from history -- The brain, prenatal development, and nutrition -- The brain campaign : brain development and the media -- Implications of the infant brain debate.
Summary: Drawing on research from the social sciences and studies on the brain to answer questions and exploring what they mean for social policy and child and family development, this book offers recommendations for child care and development based on current brain research and its implications. Topics include the benefits of family leave, child care, home visitation programs, child abuse, and nutrition.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The more things change : politics and pet scans -- The science of brain research -- Family leave -- Early intervention and child care -- Home visitation and parent education -- Child abuse and the brain -- The Mozart effect : not learning from history -- The brain, prenatal development, and nutrition -- The brain campaign : brain development and the media -- Implications of the infant brain debate.

Drawing on research from the social sciences and studies on the brain to answer questions and exploring what they mean for social policy and child and family development, this book offers recommendations for child care and development based on current brain research and its implications. Topics include the benefits of family leave, child care, home visitation programs, child abuse, and nutrition.

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