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Focus (Children: The First Three Years) #610713

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 07, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea McCarren) The critical first three years of the lives of children examined; scenes shown of parents interacting with children to stimulate their minds [Parents Martha and James FARRELL, Children's Hospital Medical Center Dr. T. Berry BRAZELTON, Yale Child Study Center Dr. Kyle PRUETT, father Jim TOWNSEND, library employee Jane MARINO, mother Trina GANDAL, Boston's Kennedy Shriver Center Dr. Adele DIAMOND - talk about early child development.] Studies on the role of active, involved fathers, reading, stimulation and the "terrible twos" detailed.

McCarren, Andrea;
Williams, Brian

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