Japan Children's Study (2004-2008); Cohort study of "Brain-Science and Society"
Identification of Factors Affecting Cognitive and Behavioral Development of Children in Japan Based on a Cohort Study
Practice Records on Japan Children's Study ("Suku-suku" Cohort)
Given away for free.
Project Director: Zentaro YAMAGATA, Professor, Department of Health Sciences School of Medicine, University of Yamanashi
To identify, by cohort study for infant and toddler, the effects of the social and living environment on the development of mind, and body and language, and the mechanisms driving those effects, particularly on the neural base of social skills (the ability to understand and interact well with others) and the process by which those skills (the ability to understand and interact well with others) and the process by which those skills are acquired during the developmental period.
R&D Program: Brain-Science and Education Type Ⅱ
- R&D Focus Area "Brain-Science and Society"
- R&D Program: Brain-Science and Education Type Ⅱ
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