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Economic, neurobiological, and behavioral perspectives on building America's future workforce

Eric L. Knudsen, James J. Heckman, et al examine the effects on children, the future U.S. workforce, of being raised in disadvantaged environments. This article represents a culmination of cross-disciplinary research in economics, developmental psychology, and neurobiology that reveals a common set of principles that account for the potent effects of early environment on the capacity for human skill development.

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