Jessica Holmes's excellent contribution on insights from Economics made me think of how we might leverage methods/principles from *Behavioral* Economics to improve the information flow between low-income families and the support structures that can h
Our social networks and the support they provide are crucial to delineating the contours of our social world and moulding our behavioral repertoires. Often, when we see a lack of access to developmentally-appropriate care in low-income communities, w
I love that you emphasize the importance of differential value/knowledge/communication systems from culture to culture.
I once had a literature professor who liked to tell us: "I don't want you to tell me *what* it means. I want you tell me *how* it means." I think that understanding *how* specific cultures/populations create and pass down meaning from generation to generation is a necessary condition of designing ways to improve children's health.