||Organizational Meeting for EDHD 629
||Manuela Verissimo, Institute of Applied Psychology (ISPA), Lisbon, Portugal
The nature of attachment relations and their implications for social development
||Professional Development: IRB, Joseph Smith, UMD (*)
Human research protections: Historical, ethical and regulatory perspectives
||Eva Pomerantz, Dept. of Psychology, University of Illinois (*)
Connectedness to parents during in adolescence in the United States and China
||Daphne Hernandez, Dept. of Human Development and Family Studies, Penn State U.
Food hardships and toddler and adolescent development
||Natasha Cabrera, HDQM, UMD
Contributions of parenting, socioeconomic status, and nativity to Latino children’s school readiness
||Julie Bowker, Dept. of Psychology, University of Buffalo
Peer relations during early adolescence: the consideration of new forms, temporal changes, and peers as risk and protective factors
||Melanie Killen, HDQM, UMD
Morality, theory of mind, and intentionality
||Professional Development (*)
What's next? Alternative career trajectories with Y. Park (NIH/NICHD), K. Dwyer (ACF), F. Winters (EDHD/Norwood School), and C. Spera (ICFI)
||Xinyin Chen, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania
Social functioning and adjustment in Chinese and North American children: a contextual-developmental perspective
||Clancy Blair, Dept. of Applied Psychology, NYU
Self-regulation development in early childhood: experiential canalization of brain and behavior
||Gregory Hancock, HDQM, UMD
Reframing and extending traditional social science statistics using a likelihood / information paradigm: The illustrative case of analysis of variance
||Catherine Ayoub, Harvard Medical School/ Brazelton Touchpoints Institute
Mechanisms of Early Head Start programming on parent and family characteristics, parent-child interaction, and child outcomes
||Katherine Kinzler, Dept. of Psychology, University of Chicago
The development of language as a social category
|Funding for the colloquium series derives from NICHD; the Graduate School of the University of Maryland; and the UMCP Developmental Science Field Committee.
(*)Sessions co-sponsored by Ed. Psychology.
|Dr. Ken Rubin (email@example.com) and Dr. Natasha Cabrera (firstname.lastname@example.org) are the faculty coordinators and Daniela Aldoney (email@example.com ) is the graduate student coordinator of the Center Seminar, fall 2011. Please send requests for meetings with the speakers to firstname.lastname@example.org.