Family Income, Parental Education And Brain Structure In Children And Adolescents


This study by Columbia University in New York, published in Nature Neuroscience, shows that brain development in children could be affected by poverty. Research shows that brain regions crucial for the development of language, memory and reasoning skills tend to be smaller in those from poorer backgrounds. Leadership Briefing 9.09(105)

DATE: 14/04/2015

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