|During the early years of a child’s life, the brain develops at a rapid pace as they grow, learn, love, and play. But how are infants, toddlers, and adolescents impacted by stress? With most countries still experiencing some variation of pandemic restrictions, the effect of social distancing measures on childhood development is an increasing area of focus within the scientific community.
Annual Reviews has curated a new Child Development review article collection to explore the environmental and behavioral factors associated with childhood development. Download 21 review articles from 8 Annual Reviews journals, addressing:
The Effect of Adversity, Trauma, and Stress
Parental Influence on Development
Health and Nutrition
Poverty and Child Development
Early Childcare and Education
Articles are freely available to download through July 31, 2021 and are always available through subscribing institutions.
You may also be interested in watching “Effects of the pandemic on the developing child”, an online discussion with Ann Masten and Cynthia García Coll. The event was hosted by Knowable Magazine as part of the Reset series of events and science journalism exploring how the world is navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
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