The National Training Institute (NTI) is ZERO TO THREE's multidisciplinary conference that focuses on providing new information in the areas of research, best practice, and examines relevant policy issues for professionals working with children under age three (including the prenatal period) and their families.
Emergence, Self-Organization, and Developmental Science Volume 11, Issue 1, 2014 Edited by:Gary Greenberg
You may have already heard of the Anywhere Article – Wiley’s new enhanced HTML article – but you’ll soon be hearing a lot more. The Anywhere Article is Wiley’s response to what readers have been asking for – readability and portability. We’ve designed a new HTML article interface that puts content and usability at... Read More
The William T. Grant Foundation is seeking a researcher to join our staff as an Associate Program Officer. The Foundation is a national funder of high-quality research on children and youth in the United States. We seek to increase understanding of ways to reduce inequality in youth outcomes and of the use of research in policy and practice. This includes research in various social science disciplines and across child welfare, education, juvenile justice, mental health, and youth programs.
The inaugural conference for the Society for Affective Science is fast approaching! The conference, which will run from April 24-26, 2014 in Washington DC, will be student-friendly, open, and theoretically and methodologically diverse. It will provide a forum for cross-cutting work in emotion, stress, motivation and many other topics that fall under the broad umbrella of affective science. The meeting is single tracked, and in addition to the invited addresses and presidential
LEARNING ABOUT INFANT AND TODDLER EARLY EDUCATION SERVICES (LITES): IDENTIFYING WHAT WORKS AND ADVANCING MODEL DEVELOPMENT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 11, 2014
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WASHINGTON — James L. McClelland and Elizabeth Shilin Spelke are the inaugural recipients of the National Academy of Sciences Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences. Each will receive the $200,000 prize at the 2014 NAS annual meeting in April.