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Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach from Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience epub ebook

by Sebastian J. Lipina,Jorge A. Colombo

Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach from Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience epub ebook

Author: Sebastian J. Lipina,Jorge A. Colombo
Category: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (June 15, 2009)
Pages: 172 pages
ISBN: 143380445X
ISBN13: 978-1433804458
Rating: 4.4
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Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach From Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience ISBN: 143380445X, 184 pp Long-term effects on cognitive development and school success Early care and education for children in poverty: Promises, programs, an. .

Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach From Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience ISBN: 143380445X, 184 pp Long-term effects on cognitive development and school success Early care and education for children in poverty: Promises, programs, and long-term results. Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach From Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. ISBN: 143380445X, 184 pp. REFERENCES Barnett, W. S. (1998).

Effects of Poverty on Development II: Cognitive Neuroscience Perspectives. During this period, his most visible work included cell transplantation in nonhuman primates and the characterization of the interlaminar astroglia. Intervention Programs. Contributions to Public Policy. He performed collaborative work with Karl Zilles (Dusseldorff, Germany) and Andreas Reichenbach (Leipzig, Germany) as a fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

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oceedings{Lipina2009PovertyAB, title {Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood: An Approach from Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience. Sebastián Lipina, Jorge A. Colombo. Poverty remains an urgent crisis worldwide. In the United States, 2. million children live in low-income families and 1. million children live in poor families. In nations belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 47 million children live below national poverty lines.

Poverty remains an urgent crisis worldwide.

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Poverty and brain development during childhood: An approach from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Lipina, S. & Evers, K. (2017)

Poverty and brain development during childhood: An approach from cognitive psychology and neuroscience. (2017). Neuroscience of childhood poverty: Evidence of impacts and mechanisms as vehicles of dialog with ethics. Frontiers in Psychology, 8(61). & Segretin, M. (2015).

and Brain Development During Childhood : An Approach from Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience.

Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood : An Approach from Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience. by Jorge A. Colombo and Sebastian J. Lipina. MJ Hermida, MS Segretin, LM Prats, CS Fracchia, JA Colombo, SJ Lipina. Trends in Neuroscience and Education 4 (1-2), 15-25, 2015. SJ Lipina, JA Colombo. American Psychological Association, 2009. Recognizing the child in child poverty. SJ Lipina, J Simonds, MS Segretin. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 6 (1), 8-17, 2011.

Poverty remains an urgent crisis worldwide. In the United States, 28.6 million children live in low-income families and 12.7 million children live in poor families. In nations belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 47 million children live below national poverty lines. These figures pertain to industrialized countries; rates of child poverty in some developing nations exceed 60%. Poverty and Brain Development During Childhood examines how a range of early social and material deprivations affect structural and functional brain organization and cognitive and socioemotional development postnatally and throughout childhood. Do conceptual and operational definitions of poverty capture the true nature and complexity of the multidimensional problem and properly guide research? How does poverty affect physical and mental health? What do contemporary neuroimaging and behavioral studies reveal? Studying these and other equally compelling questions, the authors apply a suite of neuroscientific and cognitive frameworks to examine the cognitive performance of children living in poverty in different countries. Looking to the future and to the development of effective policy, the authors analyze the potential contributions of the neuroscientific disciplines to the design of early interventions aimed at optimizing the cognitive performance of socioeconomically disadvantaged children.
Reviews (2)
Reggy
Great resource used for a neuroscience class.

Xurad
This text was a great introduction to the neurological basis of what impacts brain development in the developing human organism. The book provides a thorough review of the developing child and the impact that poverty and the attendant stressors have on the outcomes for a child growing up in poverty.

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