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Judith G. Smetana Appointed Child Development Perspectives (CDP) Editor

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Member News

Research by Rochelle Hentges and colleagues about the impact of harsh parenting on educational achievement is the focus of this CNN article.

Research by multiple SRCD members is featured in this Washington Post article on gender stereotypes about intellectual abilities

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New in Policy

OPRE releases research portfolio of all active and newly funded projects from the Division of Economic Independence in fiscal year 2016. This research focuses on five topics areas related to welfare and family self-sufficiency.

New report from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Regional Education Laboratory looking at the effectiveness of sending postcards to guardians to encourage school attendance.  

A webcast of the January 2017 NICHD Advisory Council Meeting is now available. 

Read more in the latest SRCD Policy Update

 

Publication News

Judith G. Smetana Appointed Child Development Perspectives (CDP) Editor

Social Policy Report - V30 #2 PK–3: What Does It Mean for Instruction?

CD special section, “Severe Youth Violence: Developmental Perspectives”

New Child Development Special Section: Reducing Violence Among Adolescents

View the latest issue of Child Development on the Wiley Online Library

New Issue of Child Development Perspectives Released

New issue of Monographs available: Links Between Spatial and Mathematical Skills Across the Preschool Years

New CD, CDP and Monographs Mobile Apps Available. Search SRCD in the App Store

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The Society for Research in Child Development is a membership association that advances developmental science and promotes its use to improve human lives.
 
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