Bringing basic research on early experience and stress neurobiology to bear on preventive interventions for neglected and maltreated children.

@article{Gunnar2006BringingBR,
  title={Bringing basic research on early experience and stress neurobiology to bear on preventive interventions for neglected and maltreated children.},
  author={Megan R. Gunnar and Philip A. Fisher},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2006},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={651-77}
}
A major focus in developmental psychopathology is on understanding developmental mechanisms and, armed with this information, intervening to improve children's outcomes. Translational research attempts to bridge the distance between understanding and intervention. In the collaborations that have formed the core of our research network on early experience, stress, and prevention science, we have focused on translating basic research on early experiences and stress neurobiology into preventive… CONTINUE READING
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