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Below we list one highly recommended site for several of our most popular topics. See the list on the left for a complete listing of topics. Click on a topic for a list of several sites.


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CYFERNet Evaluation offers early childhood education and preschool resources such as practical evaluation tools, articles, research papers, and courses. This site also offers links to related websites on program evaluation.

CYFERNet Evaluation offers early childhood education and preschool resources such as practical evaluation tools, articles, research papers, and courses. This site also offers links to related websites on program evaluation.

This site provides a substantial amount of research-based, parent-friendly information through childcare, early childhood education and preschool resources, especially as it relates to the transition to kindergarten.

This site provides a substantial amount of research-based, parent-friendly information through childcare, early childhood education and preschool resources, especially as it relates to the transition to kindergarten.

The National Association for the Education of Young Children provides resources for preschool educators. Early childhood and preschool resources explore child care and the quality of early education programs. The site also features suggested reading lists and policy information.

An extensive library of articles provides information on the human brain, including infant brain development and brain development across the lifespan. Early brain development in children, how the brain functions, and language and the brain are covered. Offers online courses, brain basics and facts, book reviews, conference updates, and brain teasers as additional sources of information on the human brain.

The SUNY Stony Brook Attachment Lab and the New York Attachment Consortium are a group of developmental and clinical psychologists and psychiatrists working to advance attachment theory and research. This site compiles their research on such topics as attachment theory and child development, attachment assessment, parent-child interaction, and mechanisms of stability and change.