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“Practice Makes Perfect: Does Social Experience in Early Life Guide Proper Brain Maturation?” Rein seeks to learn how early experiences shape the social development of our brains. Several parts of the brain are known to be involved in social function, but it isn’t understood exactly how engaging in these social interactions might facilitate neural development. This issue concerns millions and millions of families with young school children staying home to learn virtually during the pandemic, rather than interacting than with their peers in the classroom and on the playground

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