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The Developed Child

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The purpose of The Developed Child is to report on current research being conducted on child development, particularly how the family unit impacts children’s cognitive, emotional, social and personality development. Learning more about how children understand the world around them, parents and teachers are better able to tackle childhood problems earlier on and consequently facilitate the process of raising healthy and competent children.

Researching multiple journals to find the answers you are looking for is often taxing. However, The Developed Child gives you the opportunity to stay informed with the latest findings within child psychology. We hope to give students, teachers, and parents the benefit of easy access to important research from high-end academic journals such as the Society for Research in Child Development, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the APA Division 7: Developmental Psychology. The aim is to share information that can ultimately influence the quality of care children receive, to understand their challenges and delays, and to encourage healthy development that allows children to achieve their truest selves.

Whether you are a student, teacher, sibling or a parent, this information is for you. As mentors of the upcoming generation, children look up to us for guidance and help. It is important to learn more about how they think and behave in order to give them the best possible care and to raise a responsible generation.

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"Scientific knowledge is in perpetual evolution; it finds itself changed from one day to the next.”

– Jean Piaget
Initiative

Advocates For Child Care

The Developed Child is an academic and research hub that reports on current research conducted in the field of child psychology, development, and education. The hub brings together researchers from different regions, areas of work, and universities to work together towards a common goal; spreading information that can ultimately influence the quality of care children receive.

The Developed Child Group is launching the “Advocates for Child Care” initiative that unites students and researchers as members of our cause.

There is no doubt that children in our communities face numerous difficulties that undermine their education, welfare, and development, all with potential lifelong impact. This initiative invites students from different areas of work to contextualize how we can improve children’s welfare and raise awareness on the various factors that pose risks to healthy development.

What do we do?

Advocate for child care, well-being, and education
Raise awareness on current issues that hinder children’s healthy development
Share the message with those who need it the most
Research and contribute to our knowledge

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Nour Yaktine Research Interests: Attachment, adverse childhood experiences, fatherhood

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Sarah Zein Research Interests: Prenatal mental health, the effects of war, trauma, More... and displacement on child and adolescent mental health, parenting, culture

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Nour Bazzy Research Interests: Attachment, family dynamics, resilience, forensic psychology

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Andrea Khalil Research Interests: Patient care, patient education, nursing interventions, pediatrics

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Ingy ElAdly Research Interests: Prenatal development, genetics, attachment theory, More... parenting, impact of war on childhood

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Sara Younis Research Interests: Risk and resilience, mental health, culture

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Laetitia Gerbaka Research Interests: Atypical child development, cognitive development in childhood, attachment, risk and protective factors

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The Developed Child aims to share the latest knowledge found in child and family research with all those who can influence the quality of care children receive, as well as to encourage research among students who have a passion for acquiring and spreading evidence found in child psychology, child development, child mental health, and mindful parenting.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student interested in child and family research and would like us to feature your research on our website, kindly fill out the form with your information so we could contact you Examples of topics... Examples of topics could be, but are not limited to, parent/child relationships, attachment in early infancy, cognitive and emotional development, risk and resilience in childhood, child development and educational policy, family dynamics, and parenting.

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