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  • 2013 Georgia Cotton Research and Extension Report (AP 108-2)

    This publication contains a report of cotton research trials and Extension activity in Georgia for 2012-2013. Published on Jul 31, 2014.

  • Building Baby's Brain Series: What Child Care Can Do (C 1053-04)

    Child care providers play an important role in nurturing children's healthy brain development. When it comes to supporting healthy brain development, the type of child care is less important than the quality of care a child receives. This publication will help you understand the components of quality child care and the effects of low-quality child care on brain development. Published on Aug 31, 2014.

  • Building Baby's Brain Series: What Parents Can Do (C 1053-03)

    All parents want their children to be smart and successful. Researchers have found that a child's brain continues to develop long after birth. Parents can do many things to support their child's healthy brain development, beginning before birth and continuing until their child is an adult. This publication explains some of the things you can do to ensure healthy brain development for your child. Published on Aug 30, 2014.

  • Building Baby's Brain Series: Prime Times for Learning (C 1053-02)

    Research in brain development shows there are certain windows of opportunity, known as sensitive periods, when certain parts of the brain develop most quickly. These windows are prime times for learning certain skills because the brain is ready to build networks of connections in response to what the five senses absorb. Here are some of those prime times, what to expect, and what you can do to improve brain development. Published on Aug 30, 2014.

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