Child Development announces a call for papers for the special section "Developmental Research and Translational Science: Evidence-Based Interventions for At-Risk Youth and Families". The guest editors are Suniya S. Luthar (Arizona State University), Nancy Eisenberg (Arizona State University), and Phil Fisher (University of Oregon). The deadline for letters of intent is February 1, 2015.
Child Development announces a call for papers for the special section "Context and Ethnic/Racial Identity." Guest editors are Eleanor Seaton (Arizona State University), Gilbert Gee (University of California, Los Angeles), Stephen Quintana (University of Wisconsin), and Maykel Verkuyten (Utrecht University). The deadline for letters of intent is January 1, 2015.
Call for Papers: Advances in Psychological Prevention and Treatment Interventions to Promote Children’s Mental Health Around the World
Abstract submissions are due December 1st, 2014.
The submission deadline for publication in the February issue has been extended to November 30, 2014. CALL FOR PAPER: Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts, ISSN: 2288-601X, www.e-csac.org
The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families is pleased to announce their Summer Research Fellowship program for 2015.
Application materials must be received by January 16, 2015. SRCD is searching for a new editor of the Social Policy Report (SPR) to succeed Sam Odom and his UNC team. The new editor or editorial term will begin on July 1, 2015 and the term will run for six years.
consider Florida International University's Legal Psychology Doctoral Program! Our faculty members come from diverse backgrounds in research training, areas of interest and practical experience. Together we have created a Legal Psychology doctoral program that provides students with a solid foundation in the traditional, current and emerging topics in the field.
In keeping with SRCD’s stated goal of increasing global participation and awareness, Child Development announces a new sociocultural policy intended to increase the scope and breadth of sample information included in published articles. While CD previously required the reporting of participant ages, gender and race/ethnicity, further relevant information such as participants’ socioeconomic status, language, family characteristics, specific location information, etc. will now be required.
This video-based training workshop gives participants the tools they need to evaluate and code separation-reunion behavior of preschool age children. Participants include those wishing to seek accreditation in the coding system for research purposes as well as clinicians wishing to develop expertise in the evaluation of attachment patterns. For example, past participants have included psychiatrists, psycho-educators and psychologists conducting evaluations before the courts, as well researchers and research assistants.