Millions of families live in poverty in the United States. Associated stressors can often lead to adverse life experiences for children in those families, and negative socioemotional outcomes later in life.
Family-centered programs are a well-supported way of buffering against these effects. More than two decades of peer-reviewed research suggests family-focused interventions play a role in improving outcomes over a long period of time.
Now, a paper published in Child Development finally backs up that research with neuroimaging data.
[For more on this study by University of Pittsburgh, go to https://medicalxpress.com/news...resiliency-life.html]