Search & Filters Child & Brain Development ×
Child & Brain Development

Smartphones are bad for some teens, not all

Is the next generation better or worse off because of smartphones? The answer is complex and research shows it largely...

Child & Brain Development

Nurse home visits may leave genetic marks on children

In the 1970s, a pediatrician developed a program in New York with an ambitious goal: to help children of teenage...

Research Brief | Child & Brain Development

Poverty and neglect are bad for the brain — but could lasting effects be avoided?

Childhood adversity leaves tangible and long-lasting marks on the developing brain that could lead to lifelong health and psychological problems....

News | Child & Brain Development

An epigenetic key to unlock behaviour change

When it comes to behaviour, researchers have moved beyond the “nature versus nurture” debate. It’s understood that genes and environment...

Recommended | Child & Brain Development

Nature: How poverty affects the brain

“An unprecedented study in Bangladesh could reveal how malnutrition, poor sanitation and other challenges make their mark on child development.”...

Case Study | Child & Brain Development | Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being

The Value in Assessing the Impact of Knowledge Mobilization Activities

On June 4th, 2015, CIFAR convened a roundtable with Dr. Charles Nelson and Toronto-area community and government leaders to discuss...

Ideas Exchange Supported By

Major Platform Partner



Supporters

Crabtree Foundation
Scotiabank