Ross Thompson Journal Author Spotlight
What More Has Been Learned? The Science of Early Childhood Development 15 Years After From Neurons to Neighborhoods
Dr. Thompson profiles what scientists have learned about the developing brain, the growth of thinking and learning, the effects of early stress, and the importance of relationships to young children’s development.
About Ross Thompson
Ross Thompson, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Davis, was recently named Board President of ZERO TO THREE. His expertise focuses on early personality and socio-emotional development in the context of close relationships. Dr. Thompson’s current projects focus on the development of emotion regulation in preschoolers, depressive symptomatology in relation to maternal self-efficacy and infant-mother interaction, and toddlers’ social and emotional sensitivity to need in others.
Safe Babies Court Teams: Applying the Science of Early Childhood Development
The Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) System as a Form of Intervention and Support for New Parents
Addressing Equity and Racism at Individual, Organizational, and Systemic Levels