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Webcast To Examine Impact of Brain Development Research on Youth Programs

October 30, 2014

The Developing Brain Implications for Youth Programs. Child Trends.On November 5, 2014, at 1 p.m. ET, the 2014 Kristin Anderson Moore Lecture will present "The Developing Brain: Implications for Youth Programs." Kristin Anderson Moore, senior scholar and former president of Child Trends, will moderate this free 1-hour Webcast. Participants will learn:

  • How the brain grows and learns.
  • How the brain responds to trauma, and how this response differs in children and adults.
  • How environment, experience, and genetics affect the brain's response to challenges and the ability to learn.
  • How programs can apply this research to help children and older youth.

Resources:

Watch the Webcast.

Access past videos from the Kristin Anderson Moore Annual Lecture series.