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About Child Development

Measuring a child’s height and weight can provide clear evidence of their physical growth, but labeling and understanding the ways that children develop can be more challenging. Learning how to solve problems, process emotions, and interact socially are all important parts of growing up, but conditions like ADHD or autism spectrum disorders can make this more challenging for some children. By studying healthy mental growth and development, researchers can help equip children with the tools they will need to grow throughout their lives.

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  Cognitive Skills, Other Child Development, ADHD, Emotion Processing , Autism Spectrum Disorders

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