Neuroscience and the Future of Early Childhood Policy: Moving from Why to What and How

  title={Neuroscience and the Future of Early Childhood Policy: Moving from Why to What and How},
  author={Jack P. Shonkoff and Pat Levitt},
There is a need for greater synergy between advances in neuroscience and the formulation of innovative policies to improve life outcomes for children experiencing significant adversity. Translational developmental neuroscience can inform new theories of change to catalyze more effective interventions that lead to a more productive and healthier society. 
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