This Research Topic focuses on new research perspectives, methodologies, and protocols to understand trajectories and promote change in typical, at-risk, and atypical development. The interplay between early skills and the environment and the connections between theoretical and interventionmodels with an interdisciplinary, cross-domain and cross-population approach are addressed. These findings have important implications for clinicians and practitioners, who should take into account the specific characteristics of individual and interacting learning processes in planning interventions.

Editorial: Understanding Trajectories and Promoting Change From Early to Complex Skills in Typical and Atypical Development: A Cross-Population Approach

Sansavini A.
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Guarini A.;Benassi M.;
2021

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This Research Topic focuses on new research perspectives, methodologies, and protocols to understand trajectories and promote change in typical, at-risk, and atypical development. The interplay between early skills and the environment and the connections between theoretical and interventionmodels with an interdisciplinary, cross-domain and cross-population approach are addressed. These findings have important implications for clinicians and practitioners, who should take into account the specific characteristics of individual and interacting learning processes in planning interventions.
Sansavini A.; Libertus K.; Guarini A.; Libertus M.E.; Benassi M.; Iverson J.M.
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