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We believe scientific research should be accessible to everyone, regardless of whether or not they are within the field of developmental science. SRCD coordinates with experts in the field to summarize and simplify key research findings to promote shareability and clarity of message.

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Addressing Inequities in Education: Considerations for American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Youth in the Era of COVID-19

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Edited by Tiffany Yip, Ph.D., Fordham University. For more information, contact Kelly R. Fisher, Ph.D., Director for Policy, or Nighisti Dawit, M.Sc., Senior Policy Associate, Society for Research in Child Development, at policy@srcd.org.
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Schooling and Education
Diversity, Identity, and Social Justice
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Addressing Inequities in Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Education Policy and Schools Can Support Historically and Currently Marginalized Children and Youth

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Edited by Tiffany Yip, Ph.D., Fordham University. For more information, contact Kelly R. Fisher, Ph.D., Director for Policy, or Nighisti Dawit, M.Sc., Senior Policy Associate, Society for Research in Child Development, at policy@srcd.org.
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Schooling and Education
Diversity, Identity, and Social Justice
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Understanding the Impacts of Natural Disasters on Children

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Edited by Rebekah Levine Coley, Ph.D., Boston College. For more information, contact Kelly R. Fisher, Ph.D., Director for Policy, Society for Research in Child Development, at policy@srcd.org.
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Trauma and Stress
Science & Social Policy
International
Biological, Physical, and Motor Development
Schooling and Education
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Access to Firearms Increases Child and Adolescent Suicide

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Edited by Rebekah Levine Coley, Ph.D., Boston College. For more information, contact Kelly R. Fisher, Ph.D., Director for Policy, Society for Research in Child Development, at policy@srcd.org.
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Trauma and Stress
Parents and Families
Science & Social Policy
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Questioning Unaccompanied Immigrant Children: Lessons from Developmental Science on Forensic Interviewing

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Edited by Rebekah Levine Coley, Ph.D., Boston College. For more information, contact Kelly R. Fisher, Ph.D., Director for Policy, Society for Research in Child Development, at policy@srcd.org.
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Trauma and Stress
Social and Emotional Development
Diversity, Identity, and Social Justice
Science & Social Policy
Language and Communication
International