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Thursday, April 1 at 7:00pmVirtual Event
Delinquency and drug use affect millions of youth, causing significant personal and societal harm. What are the root causes of these societal problems? How does research in these areas translate into effective prevention strategies, beginning early in child development? This presentation will highlight the importance of nature and nurture in promoting or disrupting well-being. Intervention studies with families in the juvenile justice system and from parent-child adoption research demonstrate the critical role nurturing environments can play in helping those predisposed to these challenges.
Professor Leve serves as the Associate Director for the Prevention Science Institute and Program Director for Prevention Science.