Taking Stock of Developmental Science


Andrea Hussong, Director of the Center for Developmental Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jennifer Coffman, Assistant Director for Research and Training, Center for Developmental Science
Jill Hamm, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Peter A. Ornstein, Professor of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mike Shanahan, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill




Aug 29 Class Meeting Only 3:00 – 5:00 TBA
Sep 5 NO SESSION Labor Day
Sep 12 Panel Discussion: Adrian Angold, Jane Costello, Glen Elder, Tom Farmer, Peter Ornstein CDS Founders Reflect on the Field Of Developmental Science: What It Is, How It has Worked, and Where It is Going
Sep 19 George Michel,
Developmental Science and Developmental Psychobiology
Sep 26 Tom Farmer & Lisa Gatzke-Kopp,
Penn State University
Developmental Science and Subtypes of Aggressive Boys: Social Dynamic and Neurodevelopmental Perspective
Oct 3 Peter Ornstein,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Developmental Science and the Socialization of Memory
Oct 10 Class Meeting Only 3:00 – 5:00 No 5:00 Session
Oct 17 Glen Elder,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Scientific Biographies and Developmental Science: A Life Course Journey
Oct 24 CDS Discussion Forum, Moderated by Andrea Hussong Crafting a Research Agenda to Advance the Transdisciplinary Field of Developmental Science
Oct 31 NO SESSION Halloween, Franklin Street Closes
Nov 7 Clancy Blair,
New York University
The Experiential Canalization of Self-Regulation Development in Early Childhood
Nov 14 Jane Costello and Adrian Angold,
Duke University
Developmental Science and Developmental Epidemiology
Nov 21 Mike Shanahan,
UNC-Chapel Hill
The “System” in Developmental Systems and the Transition to Adulthood as an Empirical Example
Nov 28 CDS Postdocs &
Andrea Hussong,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Training across the Career Trajectory for the Next Generation of Developmental ScientistsNOTE: The consortium on the 28th will be held in the CDS basement classroom from 5:00 to 6:30.
Dec 5 Richard Lerner,
Tufts University
Developmental Science, Relational Developmental Systems Theory, and the Study of Positive Youth DevelopmentNOTE: Dr. Lerner’s talk will be held in The Great Room of the Top of the Hill restaurant but will still be from 5:00 to 6:30. Please use the entrance to The Great Room located on Franklin Street just north of the Walgreens.