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Children’s Emotional Development is Built into the Architecture of Their Brains

Center on the Developing Child  Harvard University

Wyatt and MomA growing body of scientific evidence demonstrates that emotional development begins early in life and is closely connected with the emergence of cognitive, language and social skills. Early emotional development lays the foundation for later academic performance, mental health and the capacity to form successful relationships.

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