Poverty and Children’s Self Regulation: Scientific Inquiry and Prevention
C. Cybele Raver, New York University

In this March 2013 seminar, Visiting Scholar C. Cybele Raver discusses the mechanisms that support children’s self-regulation in the contexts of poverty and social policy.

Raver is Vice Provost of Academic, Faculty and Research Affairs, and Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University. Raver and her research team currently conduct CSRP, a federally-funded RCT intervention and she regularly advises local and federal government agencies and foundations on promoting school readiness among low-income children.