Part of our mission at SRI is to share our own research and create a database of other research about Self-Reg. As a hub of Self-Reg research, we are always seeking to share our work and learn from others for the benefit of all the children, families and communities we work with. To accomplish this, SRI hosts a fully accessible research database and on-line journal to anyone interested in Self-Reg practices.
Our goal is to share research that helps to grow the understanding and use of Self-Reg practices. This means we publish articles written by researchers who show ways in which Self-Reg is improving wellbeing but also study ways that Self-Reg is not helping. By including research that demonstrates a flawed Self-Reg practice we are able to not only open up a discussion about how to use Self-Reg, but also inspire future research.