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Self-regulation and toxic stress report 3: A comprehensive review of self-regulation interventions from birth through young adulthood

The overarching aim of this review was to inform the selection and use of self-regulation interventions within human services programs supported by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). For that reason, our focus was on universal and targeted interventions that could be used within the existing infrastructure of those human services programs, with particular attention to vulnerable populations living in adversity or with specific risk characteristics. (author abstract)
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