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Jack Shonkoff, M.D.

TitleJulius B. Richmond FAMRI Professor of Child Health and Development, Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Graduate School of Education
InstitutionGraduate School of Education
DepartmentFaculty
AddressCenter on the Developing Child at Harvard University
4th Floor
50 Church St
Cambridge MA 02138
Phone617/496-1224
Other Positions
TitleProfessor of Pediatrics
InstitutionChildren's Hospital Boston
DepartmentPediatrics

TitleJulius B. Richmond FAMRI Professor of Child Health and Development
InstitutionHarvard School of Public Health
DepartmentDept of Social and Behavioral Sciences


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  1. Shonkoff JP, Fisher PA. Rethinking evidence-based practice and two-generation programs to create the future of early childhood policy. Dev Psychopathol. 2013 Nov; 25(4 Pt 2):1635-53.
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  2. Shonkoff JP. Leveraging the biology of adversity to address the roots of disparities in health and development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Oct 16; 109 Suppl 2:17302-7.
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  3. Shonkoff JP, Richter L, van der Gaag J, Bhutta ZA. An integrated scientific framework for child survival and early childhood development. Pediatrics. 2012 Feb; 129(2):e460-72.
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  4. Shonkoff JP, Garner AS. The lifelong effects of early childhood adversity and toxic stress. Pediatrics. 2012 Jan; 129(1):e232-46.
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  5. Garner AS, Shonkoff JP. Early childhood adversity, toxic stress, and the role of the pediatrician: translating developmental science into lifelong health. Pediatrics. 2012 Jan; 129(1):e224-31.
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  6. Shonkoff JP. Protecting brains, not simply stimulating minds. Science. 2011 Aug 19; 333(6045):982-3.
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  7. Shonkoff JP, Bales SN. Science does not speak for itself: translating child development research for the public and its policymakers. Child Dev. 2011 Jan-Feb; 82(1):17-32.
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  8. Shonkoff JP, Levitt P. Neuroscience and the future of early childhood policy: moving from why to what and how. Neuron. 2010 Sep 9; 67(5):689-91.
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  9. Shonkoff JP. Building a new biodevelopmental framework to guide the future of early childhood policy. Child Dev. 2010 Jan-Feb; 81(1):357-67.
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  10. Shonkoff JP, Boyce WT, McEwen BS. Neuroscience, molecular biology, and the childhood roots of health disparities: building a new framework for health promotion and disease prevention. JAMA. 2009 Jun 3; 301(21):2252-9.
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  11. Shonkoff JP. A promising opportunity for developmental and behavioral pediatrics at the interface of neuroscience, psychology, and social policy: remarks on receiving the 2005 C. Anderson Aldrich Award. Pediatrics. 2006 Nov; 118(5):2187-91.
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  12. Knudsen EI, Heckman JJ, Cameron JL, Shonkoff JP. Economic, neurobiological, and behavioral perspectives on building America's future workforce. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006 Jul 5; 103(27):10155-62.
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  13. Shonkoff JP. Still waiting for the right questions. Am J Prev Med. 2003 Apr; 24(3 Suppl):4-5.
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  14. Shonkoff JP. From neurons to neighborhoods: old and new challenges for developmental and behavioral pediatrics. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2003 Feb; 24(1):70-6.
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  15. Hauser-Cram P, Warfield ME, Shonkoff JP, Krauss MW, Sayer A, Upshur CC. Children with disabilities: a longitudinal study of child development and parent well-being. Monogr Soc Res Child Dev. 2001; 66(3):i-viii, 1-114; discussion 115-26.
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  16. Shonkoff JP. Science, policy, and practice: three cultures in search of a shared mission. Child Dev. 2000 Jan-Feb; 71(1):181-7.
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  17. Hauser-Cram P, Warfield ME, Shonkoff JP, Krauss MW, Upshur CC, Sayer A. Family influences on adaptive development in young children with Down syndrome. Child Dev. 1999 Jul-Aug; 70(4):979-89.
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  18. Warfield ME, Krauss MW, Hauser-Cram P, Upshur CC, Shonkoff JP. Adaptation during early childhood among mothers of children with disabilities. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1999 Feb; 20(1):9-16.
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  19. Newacheck PW, Strickland B, Shonkoff JP, Perrin JM, McPherson M, McManus M, Lauver C, Fox H, Arango P. An epidemiologic profile of children with special health care needs. Pediatrics. 1998 Jul; 102(1 Pt 1):117-23.
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  20. McPherson M, Arango P, Fox H, Lauver C, McManus M, Newacheck PW, Perrin JM, Shonkoff JP, Strickland B. A new definition of children with special health care needs. Pediatrics. 1998 Jul; 102(1 Pt 1):137-40.
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  21. Thomasgard M, Metz WP, Edelbrock C, Shonkoff JP. Parent-child relationship disorders. Part I. Parental overprotection and the development of the Parent Protection Scale. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1995 Aug; 16(4):244-50.
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  22. Thomasgard M, Shonkoff JP, Metz WP, Edelbrock C. Parent-child relationship disorders. Part II. The vulnerable child syndrome and its relation to parental overprotection. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1995 Aug; 16(4):251-6.
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  23. Shonkoff JP. Reflections on an emerging academic discipline: the prolonged gestation of developmental and behavioral pediatrics. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1993 Dec; 14(6):409-12.
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  24. Shonkoff JP, Kennell JH. Research in behavioral-developmental pediatrics: new frontiers and elusive boundaries. Pediatrics. 1992 Nov; 90(5 Pt 2):787-8.
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  25. Shonkoff JP, Hauser-Cram P, Krauss MW, Upshur CC. Development of infants with disabilities and their families: implications for theory and service delivery. Monogr Soc Res Child Dev. 1992; 57(6):v-vi, 1-153.
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  26. Shonkoff JP. Point-counterpoint. Pediatr Rev. 1990 Mar; 11(9):261.
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  27. Kruskal MO, Thomasgard MC, Shonkoff JP. Early intervention for vulnerable infants and their families: an emerging agenda. Semin Perinatol. 1989 Dec; 13(6):506-12.
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  28. Shonkoff JP, Hauser-Cram P. Early intervention for disabled infants and their families: a quantitative analysis. Pediatrics. 1987 Nov; 80(5):650-8.
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  29. Shonkoff JP, Jarman FC, Kohlenberg TM. Family transitions, crises, and adaptations. Curr Probl Pediatr. 1987 Sep; 17(9):503-53.
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  30. Shonkoff JP. Social support and vulnerability to stress: a pediatric perspective. Pediatr Ann. 1985 Aug; 14(8):550-4.
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  31. Shonkoff JP. Social support and the development of vulnerable children. Am J Public Health. 1984 Apr; 74(4):310-2.
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  32. Shonkoff JP, Dworkin PH, Leviton A, Levine MD. Primary care approaches to developmental disabilities. Pediatrics. 1979 Oct; 64(4):506-14.
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  33. Dworkin PH, Shonkoff JP, Leviton A, Levine MD. Training in developmental pediatrics. How practitioners perceive the gap. Am J Dis Child. 1979 Jul; 133(7):709-12.
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