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2005-2006 Child Study Center Speaker Series

2005 Lois Bloom Lecture
Dr. Joseph Campos
Professor of Psychology
University of California, Berkeley
"Explaining Developmental Transition in Infancy"
September 22, 2005

The College of Liberal Arts, the College of Health and Human Development,
and the Population Research Institute's 13th Annual Symposium on Family Issues

"Early Disparities in School Readiness:  How do Families Contribute to Successful and Unsuccessful Transitions into School?"
October 13-14, 2005

Dr. David Olds
Professor of Pediatrics and Director, Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health
University of Colorado Health Science Center
Co-Sponsored with the Prevention Research Center
"Randomized Controlled Trial to Compare Nurses and Paraprofessionals as Home Visitors for Low-Income Pregnant Women and Parents of Young Children"
November 2, 2005
Dr. Olds also presented the Bennett Lecture in Prevention Science
"The Nurse-Family Partnership: From Trials to Practice"
November 3, 2005

Dr. Jeffrey Lorberbaum
Staff Physician, Child Psychiatry
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Penn State University
"Regional Brain Activity in Parents Listening to Infant Cries"
December 1, 2005

Dr. Kathleen Thomas
McKnight Land-Grant Assistant Professor
Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
"Implicit Learning in Childhood: Perspectives from Behavioral, Neuroimaging, and Lesion Studies"
January 19, 2006

Dr. Robert Stevens
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology
Department of Educational and School Psychology and Special Education, Penn State University
"Effective Primary Grade Reading Instruction: Putting Research into Practice"
February 9, 2006

Dr. Lynn Fainsilber Katz
Research Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Washington
"Domestic Violence, Stress Reactivity and Child Adjustment"
March 16, 2006

Dr. Daphne Bugental
Professor of Social and Developmental Psychology
University of California, Santa Barbara
"Predicting and Preventing Child Maltreatment: A Bio-Cognitive Approach"
April 13, 2006

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