Bodies of research on a particular topic, can only ever tell part of the complex story that underpins infant and child brain development.
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Entries by sandie
Our understanding of the link between adverse childhood experiences and adult health issues has been deepened by longitudinal research from the United States. Read more
Can alcohol do harm to an unborn baby’s brain? In this article Brainwave Educator Norma Hayward looks at the evidence around how alcohol in pregnancy may affect the developing child. Read more
Click on the photo to see a video of Dr Simon Rowley’s views on Pregnancy and Alcohol Use.
This excellent article by Andrew Stone from the NZ Herald was published in the NZ Weekend Herald, Saturday, September 2012, based on the findings of The Dunedin Study, a longitudinal study 1037 children born in Dunedin between 1972 and 1973. Read more
Dr. Bruce Perry’s 2012 tour has been a great success. For links and follow up information – CLICK ON THE PHOTO
A review of some key papers on adolescent alcohol use in a NZ context.
A keynote address to Alumni and Friends of the University of Auckland, presented by Sir Peter Gluckman FRS, in Wellington 26 August 2010. Read more