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Member News

Multiple SRCD members contributed to this consensus statement on the effects of pre-k.

Melanie Killen served as SRCD’s spokesperson at the March for Science in Washington D.C. Read about her reasons for marching and see photos of the SRCD representatives at the march here and here.

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New in Policy

Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, releases statement on the March for Science.

NIH funded study indicates that young adults who scored higher on impulsive personality measures had a higher chance of engaging in reckless and impaired driving.

IES Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast releases report on evidence based reading interventions for grades 1-3.

Read more in the latest SRCD Policy Update


Publication News

Lynn S. Liben Appointed Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development (Monographs) Editor

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

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

SRCD Press Releases on Recent Child Development Articles Available Here

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

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

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March for Science on April 22nd!

Order your SRCD shirt for the March for Science!
NOTE: Deadline of April 9 to guarantee delivery before the March.
Orders may still be placed after April 9 for a commemorative, official shirt.

SRCD Committee News

Equity and Justice Position Statement


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Mission Statement & Strategic Plan

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