Dr. Damon Jones, Research Assistant Professor of Health and Human Development and Senior Research Associate at the Prevention Research Center, was recently interviewed for a PBS News Hour broadcast, which aired July 16, 2015. He was also featured in a Washington Post article published on the same day. As lead author on a paper published this week in the American Journal of Public Health, Dr. Jones discusses his research on the influential role of socioemotional skills in children, his findings, and their implications for planning early-childhood intervention programs. You can hear Dr. Jones’ interview on PBS News Hour by clicking here. To read the Washington Post article, click here.