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The science of ‘When to Worry’
A leading psychologist builds interdisciplinary teams to identify children’s health problems earlier.
“I’ve always been interested in research with very young children. I’m fascinated by developmental periods of struggle — the terrible twos, for instance.”
Trained in human development and mental health research, clinical-developmental psychology professor Laurie Wakschlag understands both what is typical behavior for young children, and, importantly, what is not.