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Baby’s First Years and the Impact of Cash Support for Low-Income Families on Infant Brain Activity

  • Sonya Troller-Renfree, Greg Duncan, and Brenda Jones-Harden
  • February 09 2022
  • W87-2022

Sonya Troller-RenfreeGreg DuncanBrenda Jones-Harden

Sonya Troller-Renfree, Columbia University
Greg Duncan, University of California, Irvine
Brenda Jones-Harden (Discussant), University of Maryland

Baby’s First Years is the first causal study to test the connections between poverty reduction and brain development among very young children. In this webinar we hear from two researchers behind the study, Sonya Troller-Renfree and Greg Duncan, about the impact of monthly cash support for low-income mothers on the brain development of their infant children. Brenda Jones-Harden, Director of the Prevention and Early Adversity Research Laboratory at University of Maryland, serve as the discussant.

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Child Development & Well-Being, Child Poverty, Children, Early Childhood Care & Education, Economic Support, Education & Training, Social Insurance Programs

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