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    About This Project

    Elimination Communication (EC) is a form of potty training in which potties and other elimination receptacles other than diapers are introduced very early, sometimes right from birth. Employing an online survey methodology, our research team is trying to determine if raising infants diaper-free in a Western context leads to differences in their pottying success, general health outcomes, and temperament development later in life.


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