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You are walking in town with your friend, who is seven months pregnant. You both see an advertisement for a clinical neuroprotection program for infants at the local hospital. "Oh, what's that?" your friend asks. How would you respond?
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Students should explain that a clinical neuroprotection program is a training program for parents to help them learn appropriate ways to stimulate their newborns and encourage cognitive growth. Students should note that the programs are linked to positive effects on the brain areas involved in problem solving and learning and that they are especially effective for families in poverty. The students might also describe skills that parents would learn in a clinical neuroprotection program, such as how to use vocalization and visual stimuli to draw their baby into an alert state.
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