ESPI: SPARK Project - Yo Jackson

Yo Jackson, associate professor of clinical child psychology, directs the NIH-funded SPARK project (Studying Pathways to Adjustment and Resilience in Kids), which examines how youth exposed to child abuse recover and develop positive behavior. KU students work with foster families and local and state agencies to learn about the effects of abuse and what works in the lives of youth in foster care.

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