Cal Poly Professor Alison Ventura

Cal Poly Study of Maternal Mobile Device Use and Infant Development in the First Year Postpartum Receives $2.7 Million Grant | Cal Poly News

SAN LUIS OBISPO – A $2.7 million grant-funded study – awarded to a research team led by Cal Poly Kinesiology and Public Health Professor Alison Ventura – aims to better understand how the use of technology by mothers can impact development during an infant’s first year. Federal funding from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute …

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