Three Core Concepts in Early Development

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Three Core Concepts in Early Development

CENTER ON THE DEVELOPING CHILD – HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, in conjunction with the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, developed a three-part video series depicting Three Core Concepts in Early Development.

The video series breaks down the following concepts in early brain development:

  1. Experiences Build Brain Architecture
  2. Serve and Return Interaction Shapes Brain Circuitry
  3. Toxic Stress Derails Healthy Development

With advances in neuroscience, molecular biology and genomics we now have a clearer understanding of how early experiences are built into our bodies and brains, for better or for worse.

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