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Margot Bastin Dec 11
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Zanna Clay 4 Sep 18
Now hiring: position in . Come join us in beautiful at a fabulous Department ! Closes 29 Oct.
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Will Tamblyn 19 Jun 18
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Moira (Molly) Dillon 2 Apr 18
Woohoo, paper published! From map reading to geometric intuitions 🌎 📐
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Wiener Kinderstudien Sep 26
meets 🤖: Last week the team visited the Vision for Robotics Lab at the . The humanoid robot Pepper was very friendly and eager to learn when tried to teach him some new words😉 For more info:
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NEURON 2020 19 Dec 18
Meet 's Nim Tottenham! Join us at for her keynote address on "Emotional Brain Development and the Role of Early Experiences"
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Victoria Simms Nov 15
People! I know you know people who are prime candidates for these awards!!! Get nominating!!!
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Joseph Schwartz Oct 21
I am happy to announce a new paper coauthored with Kevin Beaver examining the longitudinal association between cognitive ability and rearrest in a sample of previously adjudicated youth in . The article can be found here 1/n
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slyde handboards 29 Aug 17
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Chelsea Roberge 17 Jul 18
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NatlAcad of Sciences Apr 30
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DYSC Lab Jun 2
DYSC Lab members had a fantastic experience presenting their research at . Well done Alicia, Nichole, Maddie, and Emily!
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Simone Pika Jul 11
Looking to hire a Post-doctoral Fellow in or to study the development of in human children/nonhuman primates. Funded by . Thanks for spreading the word!
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RemakingAdam 4 Dec 17
Excellent points chime with core teachings of
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ASHA Jul 5
Children with talkative parents could reap the benefits in the form of greater lexical diversity and cognitive ability, indicates a study published in .
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JK Lifespan Development Lab Nov 5
New publication with our collaborators at in ! What are the longitudinal, dynamic relations between the development of self-regulation and religiousness in adolescence and young adulthood? (1/4)
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Frontiers 7 Oct 16
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Oxford BabyLab 18 Jan 19
Exciting findings from who looked at the early comprehension of words, published in ! The results showed that infants show reliable comprehension of colour words as early as 19-months of age.
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Penn State Child Study Center Feb 10
Please join us for Child Study Center Speaker Series guest Dr. Rona Carter as she discusses how different aspects of puberty during the pubertal transition are related to shifts in interpersonal experiences.
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Dr Chiara Horlin (she/her) Nov 7
Hey tomorrow we begin the lecture series so I'm going to need to insist on seeing your baby photos. And yes I've always been
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