Research

Powering Up With PO2 & The Bridge Project

SPANISH FAQ ENGLISH FAQ This month’s guest is Megha Agarwal, Executive Director for The Bridge Project (TBP) who spoke with host Erasma Beras-Monticciolo about the project, New York City’s first guaranteed income program for mothers. Power of Two is currently a Monarch Foundation grantee, partnering with them on the Bridge Project. Megha oversees the Monarch…

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Ecological Predictors of Parental Beliefs about Infant Crying in a Randomized Clinical Trial of ABC

“Ecological Predictors of Parental Beliefs about Infant Crying in a Randomized Clinical Trial of ABC,” a research study supported by Power of Two and authored by lead researcher Daneele Thorpe, along with Jamilah Silver; Laura Perrone; Nicole DeSantis; Allison Dash; Melanie Rodriguez; Erasma Beras-Monticciolo; and Dr. Kristin Bernard, was published on May 26, 2021 in…

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Research Results For Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

Responsive parenting in early childhood has lasting positive effects for children over many years. Rigorous studies of ABC show that, for families experiencing serious ongoing stress, the program effectively: increases parents’ sensitivity and responsiveness toward their children and creates powerful emotional, cognitive, and physical results for children in the key areas of development through age…

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Seven Facts on Noncognitive Skills from Education to the Labor Market

At The Hamilton Project: Cognitive skills—that is, math and reading skills that are measured by standardized tests—are generally understood to be of critical importance in the labor market. Most people find it intuitive and indeed unsurprising that cognitive skills, as measured by standardized tests, are important for students’ later-life outcomes. For example, earnings tend to be…

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Research Results For Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

Responsive parenting in early childhood has lasting positive effects for children over many years. Rigorous studies of ABC show that, for families experiencing serious ongoing stress, the program effectively: increases parents’ sensitivity and responsiveness toward their children and creates powerful emotional, cognitive, and physical results for children in the key areas of development through age…

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