Replay Available: Stress Reactivity and Regulation in Infancy: The Role of Relationships


If you were unable to participate in the most recent Early Childhood Work Group lunch and learn series installment, the replay is now available for you to watch on-demand.

Megan Gunnar, PhD, presented “Stress Reactivity and Regulation in Infancy: The Role of Relationships,” which covered the development of the stress system in the first years of life and the nature of the relationships that do and do not provide essential buffering of the system.

Dr. Gunnar is a Regents Professor at the University of Minnesota. She serves on the boards of Think Small, the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery and is on the Advisory Council to Children’s Cabinet for the State of Minnesota.

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