The Brain Science Behind Student Trauma: Stress and trauma inhibit students’ ability to learn
Perry, B.D. The Brain Science Behind Student Trauma Education Week December 13, 2016
Perry, B.D. The long and winding road: from neuroscience to policy, program, practice In Sight Victorian Council of Social Service, Berry Street Childhood Institute Issue 9, 2014
Perry, B.D., Hogan, L., Marlin, S. Curiosity, pleasure and play: a neurodevelopmental perspective HAAEYC Advocate August 2000
Perry, B.D. Bonding and attachment in maltreated children: Consequences of emotional neglect in childhood CTA Parent and Caregiver Education Series Volume 1: Issue 3, ChildTrauma Academy Press 1999 Also available in Spanish HERE.
The Meaning in Words: How words come to have meaning.
Perry, B.D. The Meaning in Words. Early Childhood Today 15:5, 19-20, 2001
“I love my baby. She’s mine. Don’t take her. I love my baby.”
Perry, B.D. A Place for Everyone: Nurturing Each Child’s Niche. Early Childhood Today 15:8, 21 2001
Perry, B.D. Curiosity: The Fuel of Development. Early Childhood Today 15:6, 22-23 2001
Helping children move from the comfortable and familiar, and take on new challenges. Also available in Spanish HERE.
Why are the first days of the new school year so important? What can teachers do during these first weeks to help their new students come to enjoy school and love learning? Also available in Spanish HERE.
See Dr. Perry’s presentation on at the 2013 Chicago Idea’s Week: Edison Talks
Perry, B.D., (Chicago Idea’s Week). (2013) Departures: The Nature of Humankind
[Video webcast] Retrieved from https://www.chicagoideas.com/videos/462
Dr. Bruce Perry talks about his research showing how a child’s environment, particularly those who encounter trauma, affects brain development.
Perry, B.D., How trauma affects child brain development. KUNM, NPR Affiliate (2014) [Radio broadcast] Retrieved from http://kunm.org/post/how-trauma-affects-child-brain-development