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  • New research published in in Nature Communications, led by Read Montague (left) of the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, suggests that participants who received educational interventions in early childhood show positive effects on social decision-making more than four decades later. Yi Luo (second from left), is the first author of the research study and a postdoctoral associate at the VTCRI. Sébastien Hétu (third from left), is the co-first author who is now is now an assistant professor at the University of Montreal. Terry Lohrenz is a VTCRI research assistant professor and member of the VTCRI Human Neuroimaging Laboratory and Computational Psychiatry Unit.
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    New research published in in Nature Communications, led by Read Montague (left) of the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, suggests that participants who received educational interventions in early childhood show positive effects on social decision-making more than four decades later. Yi Luo (second from left), is the first author of the research study and a postdoctoral associate at the VTCRI. Sébastien Hétu (third from left), is the co-first author who is now is now an assistant professor at the University of Montreal. Terry Lohrenz is a VTCRI research assistant professor and member of the VTCRI Human Neuroimaging Laboratory and Computational Psychiatry Unit.
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