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June 07, 2022

Justice’s large-scale studies include: examining the developmental trajectory of children from the age of four to middle school to identify the dimensions of classroom experiences that influence cognitive and social development; testing the effects of specific transition practices on children’s kindergarten adjustment and early school achievement; and investigating the effects of ‘toxic stress’ and parent-child interactions on the developmental trajectories of children.

Justice works with a variety of groups to improve the well-being and life prospects of young children. Literacy promotion in indigenous villages in Solyluna AC in Yucatán, Mexico, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation; designing and testing interventions at scale at TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research, Aarhus University, Denmark; ongoing psychology research projects at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile; ongoing research at the University of Canterbury Child Well-Being Research Institute, New Zealand; and a research partners.

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