The following information is provided by Zero to Three (www.zerotothree.org) and describes the stages of social-emotional development that young children go through and ways parents can foster healthy development.
This brief from the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) outlines the risks faced by young children with social, emotional and behavioral problems, as well as barriers to eligibility, access to services, and service utilization.
This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of social-emotional development including attachement, stranger anxiety, emotional regulation, and Erickson's Three Stages of social-emotional development.
Internet and Website Resources
Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning:www.csefel.vanderbilt.edu
Zero to Three: www.zerotothree.org