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Hawley Theresa, Gunner Megan, 2000
A compendium of research studies highlighting the role of enriching experiences in children's brain development
Reference Group, April, 1999
A call for government action to invest in early child development in Ontario, Canada, based on information about the relationships between early brain development and learning, behavior, and health
Washington (State). Governor's Commission on Early Learning, 1998
A report on early learning and child development designed to help parents and child care workers begin preparing children for school from the infant and toddler stages.
Illig David C., 1998
A review of literature examining child outcomes in relation to early childhood experiences, including family influence, home environment, and child care programs; current policy issues and legislative suggestions are discussed
Zigler Edward F., Gilman Elizabeth, 1998
A study of designing high quality mental health child care programs for at-risk young children
Groginsky Scott, Christian Steve, McConnell Laurie, 1998
An examination of several state legislative child care policies and initiatives either enacted, pending, or defeated in response to recent brain development findings, particularly the discovery that babies? brains develop more rapidly and earlier…
Adams Judith L., Ramey Craig T., 1980
Reports & Papers
A longitudinal study on the impact of maternal education level and verbal syntax on infants at risk for developmental disabilities
Thompson Ross A., n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An overview of what is known about early brain development and its implications for policy and practice