Invitation to NICE Conference

The Network for Innovation in Career Guidance & Counselling in Europe (NICE) announces the 6th NICE Conference in Bratislava, from May 28-30 this year (2015). Participation at the conference is sponsored by the European Commission as part of the Lifelong Learning Programme.

Call for Papers: CD Special Section on Positive Youth Development in Diverse and Global Contexts

Child Development invites manuscripts for a Special Section focused on Positive Youth Development in Diverse and Global Contexts, to be edited by Emilie Smith (University of Georgia), Anne C. Petersen (University of Michigan), and Patrick Lehman, (Royal Holloway, University of London).

Announcing Workshop on Bilingualism and Executive Function: An Interdisciplinary Approach

The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, with generous support from the National Science Foundation, is pleased to announce a two-day workshop on bilingualism and executive function. The workshop's 5 panels will feature two invited speakers and a discussant. The participants' areas include cognitive psychology, linguistics, aging, and neuropsychology, bringing an interdisciplinary perspective to the question of how bilingualism is related to executive function.

Announcing the Society for Research on Identity Formation 2015 Conference

The Society for Research on Identity Formation (SRIF) is holding its 22nd annual conference at the Best Western Plus and Lakeway Inn in Bellingham, Washington from Thursday, May 14th through Sunday, May 17th.    The program includes professional development and methodology sessions and features keynote speaker Lene Arnett Jensen, Associate Professor of Psychology at Clark University.

Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Impact Factor: 3.71 Editor-in-Chief: Joseph Piven (USA)

Postdoctoral Fellowship at Northwestern in Early Childhood Mathematics Policy

Application deadline: Rolling. POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW: EARLY CHILDHOOD MATHEMATICS POLICY Northwestern University University of California Los Angeles

Call for Proposals for SRCD’s 2016 Special Topic Meetings

SRCD invites preliminary proposals for Special Topic meetings to be held in 2016. As with our past meetings for 2012 and 2014, we envision one or more small (300-500 attendees) meetings, each of which would be concentrated on a special topic of interest to a subset of SRCD members and broadly consistent with SRCD’s strategic plan. As in the past, the meetings can have topical or methodological foci.

Submit a proposal for the 2015 NCFR Annual Conference

The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) is accepting proposals for its 2015 Annual Conference, planned for Nov. 11-14 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The conference theme is “Conflict, Violence and War: Family Risks and Resilience.” The conference committee seeks proposals to promote research, theory, practices, and policies that focus on the implications for families of these forces: conflict and connection; violence and empowerment; and war and peacemaking.

Second Call for Papers: European Conference of Developmental Psychology

Proposals may be submitted until February 5, 2015. It is a great pleasure to invite you to participate in the 17th European Conference of Developmental Psychology, which will take place in Braga, Portugal, September 8 to 12, 2015. Our scientific program will feature unique opportunities to listen, share, discuss, and to enjoy along with European and world-renowned developmental psychologists. For more information, visit:  

ISSBD 2016: July 10-14 in Vilinus, Lithuania

The 24th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development will be held in Vilnius, capital city of Lithuania on 10-14 July, 2016. The ISSBD 2016 Local Organizing, National Advisory and International Program Committees, Mykolas Romeris University are delighted to invite you to attend the first ISSBD conference in Eastern Europe. ISSBD 2016 will feature an exciting scientific program, delivered by scholars and students conducting research on human development across the lifespan.