Social emotional learning is likely to be strongly influenced by culture, but global variation has yet to be captured because much of the research on this topic has come only from Western countries.
While there has been increased research on how developmental changes in executive functions (EF) during early childhood contribute to children’s school readiness, most of it has focused on children in high-income countries. Much remains unknown about the impact of executive functions on the performance of children in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Early childhood is getting a lot of attention lately, especially with the recent Lancet series reemphasizing the importance of early childhood development. The Sustainable Development Goals have endorsed the importance of early childhood development; to this end, the Lancet Early Childhood Development series looks at new scientific evidence for interventions.
Like me, you may have an aging family member who lives at home alone. My dad is in his 70s and has lived at home alone for 10 years. Most of the time I don’t even think of him as “aging,” as he is fully capable of taking care of himself, but I have noticed that our phone conversations increasingly focus on his doctor’s appointments, challenging household chores and tasks and related various pains and gripes.
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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — In a new research study, education researchers Erin Dunlop Velez and Melissa Cominol