Taxpayers could reap huge benefits from early childhood interventions

Terrie Moffitt, Duke University, shares her most recent findings from the Dunedin study: About 80% of the costs of public health services are caused by only 20% of the population. She also explains how early childhood interventions could help prevent such costs and ultimately benefit tax payers as well as the government.

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Article on this research published in Human Nature
Media coverage in the Guardian
Interview with Terrie Moffitt on BOLD blog