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Volume 10 Issue 1 (January 2007), Pages iii-iii, 1-158

Interrelated and interdependent (pages 152-158)

Abstract

The possibilities for building and nourishing connections among the social, cultural, neuroscientific, biological, and cognitive sciences in the service of understanding children and their development are tremendously exciting. Crossing, and integrating across, disciplinary boundaries, especially those disciplines relating to biology/neuroscience, society/culture, cognition, emotion, perception, and motor function has greatly increased over the last decade and hopefully will increase exponentially in the future. All of these aspects of being human are multiply‐interrelated and we need to make far more progress in understanding those interrelations.

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