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Economic, Neurobiological and Behavioral Perspectives on Building America's Future Workforce
A growing proportion of the U.S. workforce will have been raised in disadvantaged environments that are associated with relatively high proportions of individuals with diminished cognitive and social skills. A cross-disciplinary examination of research in economics, developmental psychology, and neurobiology reveals a striking convergence on a set of common principles that account for the potent effects of early environment on the capacity for human skill development. Central to thesedoi:10.3386/w12298 fatcat:re6s6karfbczhf6j4qq6nroqga