Q&A | Dr. Catherine Tamis-Lemonda | August 2021
From SDG Academy
Dr. Tamis-LaMonda is a Professor of Applied Psychology at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Education, Culture, and Human Development. Her research is focused on infant and toddler learning and development among diverse populations in the United States and in Europe, Central Asia and East Asia and considers the development and contexts of young children’s language and communication, object play, cognition, motor skills, gender identity, emotion regulation, and social understanding, and the long term implications of early emerging skills for children’s developmental trajectories. This session is part of the SDG Academy course, the Best Start in Life.
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