Current Best Evidence: Childhood Psychosocial Stimulation in Jamaica Enhances Later Wage Earnings

Campbell, F. A.
2014

Summary: Frances A. Campbell, principal investigator for FPG's Abecedarian Project, reviews a recent study that appeared in Science: "A simple psychosocial stimulation intervention in early childhood for disadvantaged children can have a substantial effect on labor market outcomes." (See page 1070 on the pdf from The Journal of Pediatrics at the link below.)

Available here: The Journal of Pediatrics
Citation: Campbell, F. A. (2014). Current best evidence: Childhood psychosocial stimulation in Jamaica enhances later wage earnings. The Journal of Pediatrics, 165, 1070.