Child Development: What We Know and Why We Don’t know

Child Development: What We Know and Why We Don’t know

A team of researchers at New Scientist magazine is publishing a new book, Child Development, to be published in 2018.

The book is about the relationship between children and their environment.

The researchers say the book will help policymakers and policymakers-in-waiting understand how to best address child wellbeing and poverty.

Child Development has been described as “one of the most important books in the development field in decades”, and has a lot of influence on the way we think about and live our children.

It has inspired a huge number of authors, including me, and I think it will continue to do so.

The authors are two psychologists, Susanne Koester and Mark Jansen.

They are co-authors of the book and a co-editor of the forthcoming book Child Development and its Social Implications, published by Cambridge University Press.

This article was originally published in New Scientist.

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