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Psychologist Ed Tronick | Meeting the Minds

He probes the emotional life of infants

Ed Tronick, a child development specialist who has studied mother-infant interaction, is taking on a new big question at UMass-Boston: How do babies learn to cope with stress? Ed Tronick, a child development specialist who has studied mother-infant interaction, is taking on a new big question at UMass-Boston: How do babies learn to cope with stress? (Christina Caturano for the boston globe)
By Andrew Rimas
Globe Correspondent / May 14, 2007

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Arrogant with youth and Ivy League degrees, Ed Tronick, then 25, took a job at a day - care center in the Bromley - Heath housing project . He was there for postgraduate work in the psychology department at Harvard, and he was there to develop a new day - care program. Instead, it developed him. (Full article: 757 words)

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