An initiative from the Yale Child Study Center uses online platforms to defuse tensions between children and parents, and help teach socially acceptable behavior.
Ellen Hoffman is developing a microscope that will enable her to look into zebrafishes’ brains.
Clinicians at the Child Study Center worked with experts in genetics, neuroimaging, and eye tracking to understand what causes childhood disintegrative disorder, a rare form of autism.
How the School of Medicine and community partners work together for a healthier New Haven.
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton visited the Child Study Center, where, as a Yale law student, she had worked on child and family issues with medical and law school faculty.
Three labs, including one at Yale, independently target a gene implicated in autism.
In a memoir of his formative years, child psychiatrist James Comer describes what he learned from his family and neighbors—and how he sought to make those values the linchpin of an educational philosophy.
Humans share such solid bonds with family, friends and community that we can scarcely imagine what it might be like to be a tiger, or a spider or any of the myriad of Earth’s creatures that lead solitary lives.
Watching subjects watch a film, researchers gain insight into social perception by people with autism.
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), researchers at Yale have found