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In this video science presentation, Nathan A. Fox (University of Maryland) talks about the limitations of traditional early childhood intervention studies which examine the effects of programs on large groups of children with the hope that one size fits all. But, because children (and adults) differ in terms of reactivity and self regulation, new interventions must take into account these individual differences and incorporate individual approaches.
Presenter: Nathan A. Fox, Distinguished University Professor, Department of Human Development; and Director, Child Development Laboratory, University of Maryland.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals and providers serving young children and their families.
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