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Attention Training's Impact on Biobehavioral Correlates of Behavioral Inhibition (BRAINS)

Biobehavioral Processes Linking Stress and Obesity in Rural Poor Children

Brain Mechanisms of Overeating in Children

Building the Foundations for a Joyful Life: An Investigation of How Children Can Learn to Think Positively

Children, Intimate Relationships, and Conflictual Life Events (CIRCLE)

Children's Neural Processing of the Emotional Environment: Angry Voices (PEEP)

Databrary: An Open Video-Based Data-Sharing System for Developmental Science

The Development and Dynamics of Cortical Motion Processing

Early Growth and Development Studies: A Family of ADOPTION Studies (EGDS)

The Early Growth and Development Study Pediatric Cohort (ECHO)

Emerging Relations Between Attention and Negative Affect in the First Two Years of Life (Long ANT)

Eye Tracking Technologies to Characterize and Optimize Visual Attending in Down Syndrome

Gene-Environment Interplay of Social Contexts and Aging-Related Outcomes (IGEMS)

Harmonizing Developmental Studies Examining Attention Bias, Behavioral Inhibition and Anxiety

Head Start REDI (Research-based, Developmentally Informed)

INSPIRE: Symmetry Group-Based Regularity Perception in Human and Computer Vision

Intervening with Children Experiencing Serious Peer Difficulties: The Friendship Connections Program (FCP)

Maternal Intelligence, Social Information Processing, and Neglect

Mobile Eye-Tracking as a Tool for Studying Socioemotional Development: Threat-Related Attention in a Social Context (iTRAC)

Multi-Couple Group Intervention for PTSD

Multisite Prevention of Adolescent Conduct Problems (Fast Track)

Parent-Child Biobehavioral Coregulation and Child Maltreatment Risk

Parenting, Child Sleep, and the Transition to Kindergarten (SIESTA-K)

Patterns of Attention to Threat Linked with Negative Reactivity in Infancy (A-n-T)

Physiology of Coping in Rural Low-Income Preadolescents: An Experimental Approach

Places/Lugares

Preventing Internalizing in Preadolescents Exposed to Chronic Stress

Promoting School Readiness in Child Care Centers

Promoting Self-Regulation Skills and Healthy Eating Habits in Early Head Start

Research and Policy Briefs on Social and Emotional Development

Risk for Internalizing during Kindergarten for Children with Dysregulated Fear (TIKES)

Risks for Childhood Obesity II: Parenting and Self-Regulation in Early Childhood

The Role of Parenting in Infant Sleep Regulation and Sleep Problem Risk (SIESTA)

Science Learning Difficulties: Patterns and Predictions in a Nationally Representative Cohort

Social and Academic Problems in ADHD: The Role of Implicit and Explicit Learning

Toward a Unifying Model of Self-Regulation and its Development

Understanding and Addressing Racial/Ethnic Disparities Using a Public Health Perspective

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