C. Cybele Raver's "Chicago School Readiness Project" in the Wall Street Journal

C. Cybele Raver, associate professor of applied psychology and director of NYU's Institute of Human Development and Social Change, recently published a study, along with co-authors from Loyola and Harvard universities, in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

The study stems from the Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP) that Raver developed; the study measured the impact of classroom-based interventions in Head Start classrooms. The interventions were designed to reduce children's behavioral problems and improve their readiness for school.

Sue Shellenbarger, a Wall Street Journal columnist who covers  work and family, recently noted Raver's study in a column on classroom behavior. 

To read more about Raver and the Chicago School Readiness Project, click here.

To read Sue Shellenbarger's column, click here.