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28-Feb-2017 8:08 PMEl ConfidencialSpain4,800,936Genética puede explicar reacción en niños de tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.elconfidencial.com/ultima-hora-en-vivo/2017-03-01/genetica-puede-explicar-reaccion-en-ninos-de-tratamientos-psicosociologicos_1151982/Toronto (Canadá), 28 feb (EFE).- La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos...el Gobierno de Canadá.\n\nEl estudio, liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad Stellenbosch de Suráfrica, apareció publicadoEFEUndef regionalSpanish / Castilian44408.658apego,niños,estudio,sumidos millones de niños,Canadá,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,capacitación,hijos,tratamientos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,Genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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28-Feb-2017 8:53 PMEldiario.esSpain2,134,621La genética puede explicar la reacción en los niños de los tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.eldiario.es/sociedad/genetica-explicar-reaccion-tratamientos-psicosociologicos_0_617688243.htmlCompartir en Facebook\n\nLa genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos,...el Gobierno de Canadá.\n\nEl estudio, liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad Stellenbosch de Suráfrica, apareció publicadoEFEUndef regionalSpanish / Castilian19745.24425apego,niños,estudio,tratamientos,madres,capacitación,Gobierno de Canadá,hijos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,sumidos millones de niños,Canadá,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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01-Mar-2017 2:15 AMLa Informacion.comSpain1,620,244La genética proporciona una visión importante para maximizar el desarrollo de un niñohttp://www.lainformacion.com/salud/investigacion-medica/genetica-proporciona-importante-maximizar-desarrollo_0_1003999724.htmlLa constitución genética de un niño puede desempeñar un papel importante y oculto en el éxito de los esfuerzos para maximizar su...En este trabajo liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad de Stellenbosch, en Sudáfrica, los autores siguieron unaPor EUROPA PRESS / lainformacion.com-Spanish / Castilian14987.257madres,apego,intervención,niños,Sudáfrica,resultados,estudio,programas de intervención,Universidad de Ciudad,Gobierno de Canadá,Grandes Retos Canadá,genes,investigadores,formación,originales de apego,datos,hijos,Canadá,ciento,sentimientos de bienestar,importantes implicaciones,bienestar,efecto,falta de efectividad,falta,primer lugar,desarrollo
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01-Mar-2017 7:49 AMEl Nacional.comVenezuela1,541,624Genética puede explicar reacción en niños de tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.el-nacional.com/noticias/salud/genetica-puede-explicar-reaccion-ninos-tratamientos-psicosociologicos_83098Tomlinson declaró a Efe que la presencia de la forma corta o larga del gen denominado SLC6A4, el gen transportador de la serotonina, un...el Gobierno de Canadá.\n\nEl estudio, liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad Stellenbosch de Sudáfrica, apareció publicadoEFEUndef regionalSpanish / Castilian14260.022apego,niños,estudio,sumidos millones de niños,tratamientos,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,capacitación,hijos,organización Grand Challenges Canadá,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,Genética,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,Canadá,conclusión,Gobierno,profesor Mark Tomlinson,equipo de investigadores,serotonina,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,director de GCC
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28-Feb-2017 2:22 PMPlos OneUnited States1,252,043Serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) polymorphism and susceptibility to a home-visiting maternal-infant attachment intervention delivered by community health workers in South Africa: Reanalysis of a randomized controlled trialhttp://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1002237Citation: Morgan B, Kumsta R, Fearon P, Moser D, Skeen S, Cooper P, et al. (2017) Serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) polymorphism and...and its Supporting Information.\n\nFunding: This study was supported by a grant from Grand Challenges Canada (http://www.grandchallenges.ca/,Barak Morgan, Robert Kumsta, Pasco Fearon, Dirk Moser, Sarah Skeen, Peter Cooper, Lynne Murray, Greg Moran, Mark TomlinsonCaliforniaEnglish11581.39775attachment security,/journal,intervention,data,attachment security data,data collection and analysis,Morgan B,genotype data,Morgan et al,intervention group interaction,5HTTLPR genotype data,Serotonin transporter gene,randomized controlled trial,intervention and control groups,intervention group,trial,home,S2 Data,Fig 3,Results,Data curation,5HTTLPR interaction,S1 Fig,gene,adolescents,individuals,control,S3 Table,Table 1,males,control arm or vice versa,Table 2,multiple imputation,Formal analysis,genotype category,maternal genotype,percentage,logistic regression analysis,females
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28-Feb-2017 7:56 PMYahoo! Noticias EspañaSpain901,782La genética puede explicar la reacción en los niños de los tratamientos psicosociológicoshttps://es.noticias.yahoo.com/gen%C3%A9tica-explicar-reacci%C3%B3n-ni%C3%B1os-tratamientos-psicosociol%C3%B3gicos-015635632.htmlToronto (Canadá), 28 feb (EFE).- La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos...el Gobierno de Canadá.\n\nEl estudio, liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad Stellenbosch de Suráfrica, apareció publicadoAgencia EFE-Spanish / Castilian8341.4835apego,niños,estudio,tratamientos,Canadá,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,capacitación,hijos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,sumidos millones de niños,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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02-Mar-2017 12:06 AMTimes LIVESouth Africa861,004New light shed on genetics and social mobilityhttp://www.timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2017/03/02/New-light-shed-on-genetics-and-social-mobilityGenes play a role in whether toddlers will respond to interventions to improve their development.published in the journal PLOS this week.\n\nPeter Singer, CEO of Grand Challenges Canada, said: This is a startling finding that changes theKATHARINE CHILDUndef regionalEnglish7964.287Neutralchildren,genetics,South Africa,original children,pregnant mothers,good bonds,serotonin transporter gene,mothers,successful life,training,international study,Attachment,underprivileged baby,Grand Challenges Canada,interventions,first study,answers,social mobility,Stellenbosch Professor Mark Tomlinson,Times,Tomlinson,anxiety and depression
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1-Mar-2017 2:47 PMHawaii News NowUnited States817,862To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-HawaiiEnglish7565.2235Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 2:03 PMMedical XpressUnited Kingdom784,498To maximize a child's development, genetics provide important insighthttps://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-02-maximize-child-genetics-important-insight.htmlA child's genetic make-up can play a large, hidden role in the success of efforts to maximize his or her development, South African...intervention programs in future.\n\nIn a study led by Professor Mark Tomlinson of Stellenbosch University, the study followed-up an--English7256.6065Professor Tomlinson,important insight,children,attachment,mother,long gene,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,gene,psychosocial intervention programs,Saving Brains program,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,many children,study,responsive gene,percent,South African research,University,impact,Vice President Programs,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,different individuals,outcomes,equally important outcome,genetically susceptible individuals,implication,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:51 AMTimes LIVESouth Africa739,140SA study sheds new light on how babies respond to developmental interventionshttp://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2017/03/01/SA-study-sheds-new-light-on-how-babies-respond-to-developmental-interventions1Genes play a role in whether toddlers will respond to interventions to improve their development.in the journal PLOS on Tuesday night.\n\nChief Executive Officer of Grand Challenges Canada Dr Peter A Singer said: This is a startlingKatharine ChildUndef regionalEnglish6837.045children,mothers,original children,serotonin transporter gene,South Africa,pregnant mothers,attachment,gene‚,good bonds,Meanwhile‚ children,study,life,interventions,training,babies,Grand Challenges Canada Dr Peter,Times,Stellenbosch Professor Mark Tomlinson,answers,Tomlinson,anxiety and depression
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28-Feb-2017 2:18 PMYahoo FinanceCanada543,563Grand Challenges Canada: To Maximize a Child's Development, Genetics Provide Important Insighthttps://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/grand-challenges-canada-maximize-childs-190000661.html-Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.\n\nAbout Grand Challenges Canada\nGrand Challenges Canada is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas withHealth-English5027.95775original attachment outcomes,Professor Tomlinson,children,attachment,long gene,Grand Challenges Canada,gene,mother,effectiveness,enormously important insight,psychosocial intervention programs,original 449 children,Birth, Saving Brains and Global Mental Health programs,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,many children,responsive gene,study,researchers,South African research,Vice President Programs,University,case,Global Health program,percent,Aga Khan Foundation Canada,Global Affairs Canada,income countries and Canada,effectiveness or lack,UBS Optimus Foundation and World Vision Canada,implication,Western University,International Development Research Centre,different individuals,outcomes,University College London,equally important outcome,genetically susceptible individuals,targeted challenges,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan
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28-Feb-2017 2:22 PMEurekAlert!United States525,426Genes may influence susceptibility to interventions promoting maternal-infant attachmenthttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-02/p-gmi022117.phpInfants with a genetic polymorphism of the serotonin transporter gene may be more susceptible to a psychosocial intervention designed to...##\n\nResearch Article\n\nFunding:\n\nThis study was supported by a grant from Grand Challenges Canada, grant reference #0066-03). The funders had-New YorkEnglish4860.1905South Africa,serotonin transporter gene,original trial,intervention,infants,Genes,Cape Town,data,attachment rates,randomized controlled trial,researchers,children,new genetic data,control group,secure attachment,attachment and genotype,developmental effects,study,data collection and analysis,causal effects,University,treatment and control conditions,DVC Research Office,susceptibility,original sample,Western University,% CI [,genetic differential susceptibility,Ruhr University Bochum,University College London,up sample,polymorphism and susceptibility,Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology,Department,Psychology
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28-Feb-2017 2:27 PMEurekAlert!United States525,426To maximize a child's development, genetics provide important insighthttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-02/gcc-tma022317.phpIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were 4 times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after interventionFacebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.\n\nAbout Grand Challenges Canada\n\nGrand Challenges Canada is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with-New YorkEnglish4860.1905original attachment outcomes,important insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,attachment,long gene,South Africa,gene,mother,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,psychosocial intervention programs,original 449 children,Birth, Saving Brains and Global Mental Health programs,serotonin transporter gene,Canada / Cape Town,intervention,many children,responsive gene,study,researchers,impact,Vice President Programs,University,case,Global Health program,percent,Aga Khan Foundation Canada,Global Affairs Canada,income countries and Canada,effectiveness or lack,UBS Optimus Foundation and World Vision Canada,Western University,International Development Research Centre,scale, sustainability and impact,different individuals,outcomes,University College London,equally important outcome,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan
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01-Mar-2017 2:14 AMEcoDiario - ElEconomista.esSpain524,594La genética proporciona una visión importante para maximizar el desarrollo de un niñohttp://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/salud/noticias/8189359/03/17/La-genetica-proporciona-una-vision-importante-para-maximizar-el-desarrollo-de-un-nino.htmlLa constitución genética de un niño puede desempeñar un papel importante y oculto en el éxito de los esfuerzos para maximizar su..., 1 (EUROPA PRESS)\n\nEn este trabajo liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad de Stellenbosch, en Sudáfrica, los autores-Comunidad de MadridSpanish / Castilian4852.4945madres,apego,intervención,niños,Sudáfrica,resultados,estudio,programas de intervención,Universidad de Ciudad,Gobierno de Canadá,Grandes Retos Canadá,genes,investigadores,formación,originales de apego,datos,hijos,Canadá,ciento,sentimientos de bienestar,importantes implicaciones,bienestar,efecto,falta de efectividad,falta,primer lugar,desarrollo
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28-Feb-2017 2:48 PMDigital JournalCanada460,297Grand Challenges Canada: To Maximize a Child's Development, Genetics Provide Important Insighthttp://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3252721-Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.\n\nAbout Grand Challenges Canada\nGrand Challenges Canada is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with-Undef regionalEnglish4257.74725original attachment outcomes,Professor Tomlinson,children,attachment,long gene,Grand Challenges Canada,mother,gene,effectiveness,enormously important insight,psychosocial intervention programs,many children,pregnant mothers,Birth, Saving Brains and Global Mental Health programs,original 449 children,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,responsive gene,study,researchers,South African research,impact,Vice President Programs,University,income countries and Canada,case,Global Health program,percent,Western University,Aga Khan Foundation Canada,Global Affairs Canada,effectiveness or lack,University College London,UBS Optimus Foundation and World Vision Canada,implication,International Development Research Centre,scale, sustainability and impact,different individuals,outcomes,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,genetically susceptible individuals,targeted challenges,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 8:04 PMW RadioColombia445,776Genética puede explicar reacción en niños de tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.wradio.com.co/noticias/internacional/genetica-puede-explicar-reaccion-en-ninos-de-tratamientos-psicosociologicos/20170228/nota/3396234.aspxLa genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos, según un estudio publicado...y fue financiado por el Gobierno canadiense a través de la organización Grand Challenges Canada (GCC).\n\nEl profesor Tomlinson declaró a EfeAgencia EFEUndef regionalSpanish / Castilian4123.428niños,apego,estudio,sumidos millones de niños,profesor Mark Tomlinson,Canadá,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,tratamientos,hijos,genética,tasa de apego,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,presencia,capacitación,Gobierno,intervención,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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28-Feb-2017 2:00 PMMarketwiredCanada378,389Grands Défis Canada : La génétique fournit de précieuses indications pour maximiser le développement de l'enfanthttp://www.marketwired.com/press-release/grands-defis-canada-la-genetique-fournit-de-precieuses-indications-pour-maximiser-le-2199336.htm-d'intervention pour l'avenir.\n\nUne étude menée par le professeur Mark Tomlinson de l'Université de Stellenbosch a fait le suivi d'une-Ontario regionalFrench3500.09825impact des interventions,professeur Tomlinson,programmes d'intervention,intervention,Université de Reading,mère,attachement,étude,génétique,Université de Cape Town,enfants,Grands Défis Canada,gène,résultats,étude de suivi,caractéristique génétique particulière,bons résultats,attachement sécurisant,chercheurs,Université Western,Canada,grand nombre d'enfants,absence de formation,mesure des différences génétiques,Dr Peter,développement,Dr Barak Morgan,résultat différent,résultats face,gène non sensible,absence,amélioration,Fondation Aga Khan Canada,Vision Mondiale Canada,compte,personnes,mentorat
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1-Mar-2017 3:02 PMWTOL.comUnited States264,659To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wtol.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OhioEnglish2448.09575Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 7:14 PMNewsOn6.comUnited States262,677To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.newson6.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OklahomaEnglish2429.76225Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMKFMB-TV CBS-8United States249,586To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.cbs8.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-CaliforniaEnglish2308.6705Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:37 PMNBC12 - WWBTUnited States244,052To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.nbc12.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-VirginiaEnglish2257.481Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:17 PMWBTV 3 NewsUnited States236,140To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wbtv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-North CarolinaEnglish2184.295NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,effectiveness or lack,percent,Western University,case,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,different individuals,genetically susceptible individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:37 PMWAVE 3 NewsUnited States235,539To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wave3.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-KentuckyEnglish2178.73575Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:47 PMCleveland 19 NewsUnited States232,938To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.cleveland19.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OhioEnglish2154.6765Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:22 PMNBC-2.comUnited States220,749To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.nbc-2.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-FloridaEnglish2041.92825Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:53 PMWMC Action News 5United States212,525To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TennesseeEnglish1965.85625Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:17 PMOklahoma's OwnUnited States209,909To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.news9.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OklahomaEnglish1941.65825Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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02-Mar-2017 2:41 AMMilitary Technologies NewsPoland202,232To maximize a child’s development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.military-technologies.net/2017/03/02/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insight/In study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...of children all over this inequitable world.”\n\n* * * * *\n\nAbout Grand Challenges Canada: http://www.grandchallenges.ca\n(and look for us on--English1870.646Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,attachment,mother,coaching,long gene,child development,Grand Challenges Canada,gene,original 449 children,serotonin transporter gene,original attachment outcomes,intervention,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,responsive gene,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:24 PMFOX19-WXIX TVUnited States195,949To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.fox19.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OhioEnglish1812.52825Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 8:34 PMHolaciudad.comUnited States183,748La genética puede explicar la reacción en los niños de los tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.holaciudad.com/vida_y_estilo/salud/genetica-explicar-reaccion-tratamientos-psicosociologicos_0_1003699930.htmlLa genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos, según un estudio publicado...y fue financiado por el Gobierno canadiense a través de la organización Grand Challenges Canada (GCC).\n\nEl profesor Tomlinson declaró a Efe© EFE 2016-Spanish / Castilian1699.669apego,niños,estudio,tratamientos,madres,capacitación,Gobierno de Canadá,hijos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,sumidos millones de niños,Canadá,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,serotonina,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,director de GCC
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMKHQ Right NowUnited States178,958To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.khq.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-WashingtonEnglish1655.3615Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:53 PMWVUE New OrleansUnited States167,721To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.fox8live.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-LouisianaEnglish1551.41925Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:20 PMWIS News 10United States167,189To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wistv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-South CarolinaEnglish1546.49825Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 3:02 PMWBRC FOX6 NewsUnited States166,695To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wbrc.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-AlabamaEnglish1541.92875NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,effectiveness or lack,percent,Western University,case,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,different individuals,genetically susceptible individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:28 PMKAIT ABC-8United States164,631To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kait8.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-ArkansasEnglish1522.83675Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:14 AMInfosalus.comSpain162,969La genética, clave en el desarrollo del niñohttp://www.infosalus.com/asistencia/noticia-genetica-clave-desarrollo-nino-20170301081445.htmlMADRID, 1 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -\n\nLa constitución genética de un niño puede desempeñar un papel importante y oculto en el éxito de los...psicosocial en el futuro.\n\nEn este trabajo liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad de Stellenbosch, en Sudáfrica, losInfosalus-Spanish / Castilian1507.46325madres,apego,intervención,niños,originales de apego,Sudáfrica,estudio,programas de intervención,Universidad de Ciudad,Gobierno de Canadá,Grandes Retos Canadá,genes,investigadores,formación,resultados,datos,bienestar,hijos,Canadá,ciento,sentimientos de bienestar,importantes implicaciones,efecto,falta de efectividad,falta,primer lugar,desarrollo
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1-Mar-2017 2:52 PMWDRB 41 LouisvilleUnited States156,478To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insight - WDRB 41 Louisville Newshttp://www.wdrb.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-KentuckyEnglish1447.4215NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,effectiveness,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMKSLA News 12United States151,707To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.ksla.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-LouisianaEnglish1403.28975Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:27 PMWRCBtv.comUnited States151,360To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wrcbtv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TennesseeEnglish1400.08Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:49 PMWALB.comUnited States150,993To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.walb.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-GeorgiaEnglish1396.68525Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 7:09 PMEldia.esSpain150,068Genética puede explicar reacción en niños de tratamientos psicosociológicos. Noticias de agencia, eldia.eshttp://www.eldia.es/agencias/9109700-Genetica-puede-explicar-reaccion-ninos-tratamientos-psicosociologicosToronto (Canadá), EFE La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos, según...el Gobierno de Canadá.\n\nEl estudio, liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad Stellenbosch de Suráfrica, apareció publicado-Undef regionalSpanish / Castilian1388.129apego,niños,estudio,sumidos millones de niños,Canadá,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,capacitación,hijos,tratamientos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,Genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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28-Feb-2017 8:21 PMelEconomistaAmerica.comColombia147,646La genética puede explicar la reacción en los niños de los tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.eleconomistaamerica.com/salud-eAm/noticias/8189101/03/17/La-genetica-puede-explicar-la-reaccion-en-los-ninos-de-los-tratamientos-psicosociologicos.htmlToronto (Canadá), 28 feb (EFE).- La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos...y fue financiado por el Gobierno canadiense a través de la organización Grand Challenges Canada (GCC).\n\nEl profesor Tomlinson declaró a Efe-Undef regionalSpanish / Castilian1365.7255apego,niños,estudio,tratamientos,Canadá,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,capacitación,hijos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,sumidos millones de niños,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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1-Mar-2017 2:42 PMWSFA 12 NewsUnited States138,243To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wsfa.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-AlabamaEnglish1278.74775Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMTucson News NowUnited States136,195To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-ArizonaEnglish1259.80375Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:34 PMLive5News.comUnited States133,791To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.live5news.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-South CarolinaEnglish1237.56675Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:30 PM9&10 NewsUnited States126,950To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.9and10news.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MichiganEnglish1174.2875Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:55 PMCBS 58 NewsUnited States119,551To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.cbs58.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-WisconsinEnglish1105.84675NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 3:06 PMKLTV 7 NewsUnited States115,371To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kltv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish1067.18175Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:47 PMWAFF 48 NewsUnited States109,279To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.waff.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-AlabamaEnglish1010.83075Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 1:41 AMHeraldLIVESouth Africa107,025SA study sheds new light on how babies respond to developmental interventionshttp://www.heraldlive.co.za/news/2017/03/01/sa-study-sheds-new-light-babies-respond-developmental-interventions/Genes play a role in whether toddlers will respond to interventions to improve their development.\n\nScientists are learning the first few...world.”\n\nThe first study was conducted by Stellenbosch Professor Mark Tomlinson between 1999 and 2003 in which caregivers taught about 220Katharine ChildUndef regionalEnglish989.98125children,mothers,original children,serotonin transporter gene,South Africa,pregnant mothers,Attachment,gene‚,good bonds,Meanwhile‚ children,child’s bond,study,life,interventions,training,babies,Grand Challenges Canada Dr Peter,Times,” Tomlinson,Stellenbosch Professor Mark Tomlinson,answers,anxiety and depression
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1-Mar-2017 2:41 PMWLOX-TVUnited States105,378To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wlox.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MississippiEnglish974.7465Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 3:10 PMNewsChannel 10United States95,181To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.newschannel10.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish880.42425Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:25 PMKFVS 12United States88,212To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kfvs12.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MissouriEnglish815.961Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:54 PMMississippi News NowUnited States85,756To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.msnewsnow.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MississippiEnglish793.243Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:59 PMWECT TV6United States82,535To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wect.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-North CarolinaEnglish763.44875Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:23 PMWOWK-TVUnited States82,380To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.tristateupdate.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-West VirginiaEnglish762.015Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:22 PMNBC29United States81,968To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.nbc29.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-VirginiaEnglish758.204Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:41 PM14 NewsUnited States79,844To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.14news.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-UndefEnglish738.557Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:28 PMWTOC.comUnited States77,429To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wtoc.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-GeorgiaEnglish716.21825Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:48 PMWBOC.comUnited States77,315To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wboc.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-DelawareEnglish715.16375Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMKTBS 3 NewsUnited States73,444To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.ktbs.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-LouisianaEnglish679.357Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:52 PMWDAM - Channel 7United States73,176To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wdam.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MississippiEnglish676.878Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:38 PMWMBF NewsUnited States72,682To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wmbfnews.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-South CarolinaEnglish672.3085Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:37 PMWTVM.comUnited States71,645To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wtvm.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-GeorgiaEnglish662.71625Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:32 PMKLKN-TV ABC-8United States68,719To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.klkntv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-NebraskaEnglish635.65075Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:32 PMNBC Right Now KNDO-TVUnited States68,043To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-WashingtonEnglish629.39775Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:32 PMKUSI NewsUnited States67,478To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kusi.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-CaliforniaEnglish624.1715Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 2:32 PMThe Canadian Business JournalCanada66,427Grand Challenges Canada: To Maximize a Child’s Development, Genetics Provide Important Insighthttp://www.cbj.ca/grand-challenges-canada-to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insight/-Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.\n\nAbout Grand Challenges Canada\nGrand Challenges Canada is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with-Undef regionalEnglish614.44975original attachment outcomes,Professor Tomlinson,children,child development,attachment,long gene,Grand Challenges Canada,mother,gene,effectiveness,enormously important insight,many children,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,responsive gene,study,researchers,South African research,impact,psychosocial intervention programs,University,income countries and Canada,case,percent,Aga Khan Foundation Canada,Global Affairs Canada,effectiveness or lack,University College London,UBS Optimus Foundation and World Vision Canada,implication,Western University,scale, sustainability and impact,outcomes,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,different individuals,genetically susceptible individuals,targeted challenges,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:24 PMWFMJ TV-21United States64,239To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important ins - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohiohttp://www.wfmj.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-OhioEnglish594.21075NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,mother,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 3:09 AMStellenbosch UniversitySouth Africa63,322Genetic make-up plays hidden role in our developmenthttp://www.sun.ac.za/english/Lists/news/DispForm.aspx?ID=4695While we are all well aware of how our genetic make-up influences a host of individual characteristics, a study conducted by Prof Mark...a host of individual characteristics, a study conducted by Prof Mark Tomlinson of the Psychology Department at Stellenbosch University, hasAuthor: Xanthe Hunt and Lynne Rippenaar-MosesUndef regionalEnglish585.7285children,attachment,original attachment results,Grand Challenges Canada,intervention,gene,psychosocial intervention programmes,mother,study,Cape Town,serotonin transporter gene,appropriate interventions,effectiveness,long gene,responsive gene,University,Tomlinson,Prof Mark Tomlinson,parenting intervention,development,being and happiness,case,interventions work,same intervention,impact,being,University Bochum,effectiveness or lack,Principal Investigator Tomlinson,University College London,outreach efforts,author Dr Barak Morgan,interventions and shows,particular outcome,outcomes,colleagues,findings
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01-Mar-2017 3:51 PMKXXV-TV ABCUnited States62,828To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kxxv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish581.159Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:31 PMWSILTVUnited States62,194To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wsiltv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-IllinoisEnglish575.2945NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,effectiveness or lack,percent,Western University,case,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,different individuals,genetically susceptible individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 10:13 AMCablenoticias.tvColombia61,454Genética puede explicar reacción en niños de tratamientos psicosociológicoshttp://www.cablenoticias.tv/vernoticia.asp?ac=Genetica-puede-explicar-reaccion-en-ninos-de-tratamientos-psicosociologicos&WPLACA=93865La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos, según un estudio publicado...y fue financiado por el Gobierno canadiense a través de la organización Grand Challenges Canada (GCC). Efe\n\nEl profesor Tomlinson declaró a-Undef regionalSpanish / Castilian568.4495Neutralniños,apego,estudio,sumidos millones de niños,madres,capacitación,Gobierno de Canadá,hijos,tratamientos,tasa de apego,presencia,intervención,Genética,profesor Mark Tomlinson,programa,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,programa de capacitación,Canadá,Gobierno,conclusión,equipo de investigadores,serotonina,Tomlinson,investigador,información,años,director de GCC
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01-Mar-2017 2:14 AMInterbuscaSpain58,189La genética proporciona una visión importante para maximizar el desarrollo de un niñohttp://noticias.interbusca.com/salud/la-genetica-proporciona-una-vision-importante-para-maximizar-el-desarrollo-de-un-nino-20170301081445.htmlLa constitución genética de un niño puede desempeñar un papel importante y oculto en el éxito de los esfuerzos para maximizar su...psicosocial en el futuro.\n\nEn este trabajo liderado por el profesor Mark Tomlinson, de la Universidad de Stellenbosch, en Sudáfrica, los-Undef regionalSpanish / Castilian538.24825madres,apego,intervención,niños,Sudáfrica,resultados,estudio,programas de intervención,Universidad de Ciudad,Gobierno de Canadá,Grandes Retos Canadá,investigadores,genes,formación,originales de apego,datos,hijos,Canadá,ciento,sentimientos de bienestar,importantes implicaciones,bienestar,efecto,falta de efectividad,falta,primer lugar,desarrollo
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01-Mar-2017 2:31 PMNewsWest 9United States57,298To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.newswest9.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish530.0065Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:48 PMKCBD NewsChannel 11United States56,956To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kcbd.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish526.843Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:28 PMKRGV.comUnited States51,861To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.krgv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish479.71425Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:25 PMABC-7.comUnited States48,817To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.abc-7.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-FloridaEnglish451.55725Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:35 PMWandTV.comUnited States47,860To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wandtv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-IllinoisEnglish442.705Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:52 PMKPLC 7 NewsUnited States41,766To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kplctv.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-LouisianaEnglish386.3355Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:52 PMYourOhioValleyUnited States41,565To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.yourohiovalley.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-West VirginiaEnglish384.47625Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMNews 12 MankatoUnited States39,661To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.keyc.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MinnesotaEnglish366.86425Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:41 PMABC6 NewsUnited States38,372To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.abc6.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-Rhode IslandEnglish354.941Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 3:58 PMKTRE ABC-9United States38,315To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.ktre.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish354.41375Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:27 PMWvalways.comUnited States37,374To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wvalways.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-West VirginiaEnglish345.7095Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:38 PMKMIR NewsUnited States36,559To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kmir.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-CaliforniaEnglish338.17075Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:26 PMABC FOX MontanaUnited States31,556To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.abcfoxmontana.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MontanaEnglish291.893Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:44 PMErie News NowUnited States31,065To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.erienewsnow.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-PennsylvaniaEnglish287.35125Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:28 PMABC57United States29,410To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.abc57.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-IndianaEnglish272.0425NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,effectiveness,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,effectiveness or lack,percent,Western University,case,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,different individuals,genetically susceptible individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:22 PMKULR-8United States26,896To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kulr8.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-MontanaEnglish248.788Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:44 PMWFXG FOX 54United States24,993To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wfxg.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-GeorgiaEnglish231.18525Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:27 PMKTEN.comUnited States24,852To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.kten.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish229.881Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:46 PMWFLX Fox 29-TVUnited States24,648To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wflx.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-FloridaEnglish227.994Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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28-Feb-2017 2:10 PMCEOCanada22,503Grands Défis Canada : La génétique fournit de précieuses indications pour maximiser le développement de l'enfanthttps://www.ceo.ca/@marketwired/grands-dfis-canada-la-gntique-fournit-de-prcieuses-d'intervention pour l'avenir.\n\nUne étude menée par le professeur Mark Tomlinson de l'Université de Stellenbosch a fait le suivi d'uneby @marketwired-French208.15275impact des interventions,professeur Tomlinson,programmes d'intervention,intervention,Université de Reading,mère,attachement,étude,génétique,Université de Cape Town,enfants,Grands Défis Canada,gène,résultats,étude de suivi,caractéristique génétique particulière,bons résultats,attachement sécurisant,chercheurs,Université Western,Canada,grand nombre d'enfants,absence de formation,mesure des différences génétiques,Dr Peter,développement,Dr Barak Morgan,résultat différent,résultats face,gène non sensible,absence,amélioration,Fondation Aga Khan Canada,Vision Mondiale Canada,compte,personnes,mentorat
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01-Mar-2017 2:32 PMKAUZ-TV: NewsChannel 6 NowUnited States20,578To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.newschannel6now.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-TexasEnglish190.3465Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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1-Mar-2017 2:39 PMNews Center 1United States20,551To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.newscenter1.tv/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightA startling finding that changes the way I think about child development the ladder of social mobility to climb out the hole of inequity...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-South DakotaEnglish190.09675Neutralchildren,important insight,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,pregnant mothers,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,researchers,original attachment outcomes,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,effectiveness,study,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 4:42 AMEFE FuturoSpain19,702Genética, clave del éxito o fracaso en los tratamientos psicosociológicos para niñoshttp://www.efefuturo.com/noticia/genetica-terapias-psicosociologicos-ninos/La genética puede explicar por qué algunos niños se benefician más que otros de tratamientos psicosociológicos, según un estudio publicado...y fue financiado por el Gobierno canadiense a través de la organización Grand Challenges Canada (GCC).\n\nEl profesor Tomlinson declaró a EfeEFEFUTURO TORONTO (CANADÁ)Undef regionalSpanish / Castilian182.2435niños,tratamientos,estudio,Canadá,Genética,Gobierno de Canadá,madres,apego,tasa de apego,profesor Mark Tomlinson,presencia,resultado,conclusiones de estudios,capacitación,sumidos millones de niños,programa de capacitación,intervención,hijos,Gobierno,conclusión,información,programa,corta de SLC6A4,Tomlinson,años,serotonina,director de GCC
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01-Mar-2017 2:31 PMWeAreWVproudUnited States18,137To maximize a childs development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.wearewvproud.com/story/34638250/to-maximize-a-childs-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after...over this inequitable world.”\n— Dr. Peter A. Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada\n\nTORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, March 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com-West VirginiaEnglish167.76725Neutralimportant insight,Professor Tomlinson,children,gene,child development,attachment,mother,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,original 449 children,child’s,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,study,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,South African research,psychosocial intervention programs,University,percent,effectiveness or lack,case,Western University,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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01-Mar-2017 2:22 PMEIN PresswireUnited States17,292To maximize a child’s development, genetics provide important insighthttp://www.einpresswire.com/article/368899910/to-maximize-a-child-s-development-genetics-provide-important-insightIn study, children with a particular genetic variation were four times more likely to develop strong attachment to mother after....”\n\nSays Dr. Karlee Silver, Vice President Programs of Grand Challenges Canada: “This work is fundamentally about better understanding the-UndefEnglish159.951NeutralProfessor Tomlinson,children,important insight,attachment,mother,long gene,coaching,Grand Challenges Canada,gene,psychosocial intervention programs,child development,original 449 children,serotonin transporter gene,intervention,original attachment outcomes,researchers,effectiveness,Grand Challenges Canada’s Saving Brains program,study,responsive gene,percent,South African research,University,impact,Vice President Programs,effectiveness or lack,Western University,case,University College London,equally important outcome,outcomes,implication,lead author Dr. Barak Morgan,genetically susceptible individuals,different individuals,Dr. Karlee Silver,Dr. Peter A. Singer
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