Early Experiential Influences on Later Development:
From Choline to Culture

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Lynne Baker-Ward (North Carolina State University)
Patricia Bauer (Duke University)
Steve Reznick (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Date

Speaker

Topic

Jan 22 Elissa Newport
University of Rochester
What Do We Do with Early Experience? Statistical Learning in Language and other Domains
Jan 29 Marcia Herman-Giddens
UNC-CH
Up, Down, and Sideways: Earlier Puberty, Does It Matter, Should We Care?
Feb 5 Seth Pollak
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Radical changes in human experiences as test cases for understanding how social experience gets under the skin.
Feb 12 Linda Adair
UNC-CH
Developmental Origins of Cardiovascular Disease Risk: Methodological Challenges and Findings from a Longitudinal Study in the Philippines
Feb 19 Jane  Brown
UNC-CH
Growing up in a Mediated World: The Mass Media and Adolescents’ Health.
Feb 26 Des Runyan
UNC-CH
Shaken Baby: A Major Cause of Mental Retardation in the Developing World
Mar 5 Catherine Haden
Loyola University Chicago
Conversational Influences on Children’s Event Memory
Mar 12 NO SESSION Spring Break – UNC & Duke
Mar 19 David Dickinson
Vanderbilt University
Preschool Classrooms as Contexts for Studying and Fostering Language and Literacy Development
Mar 26 NO SESSION SRCD
Apr 2 NO SESSION Passover
Apr 9 Qi Wang
Cornell University
The Socialization of Autobiographical Memory in Cultural Contexts
Apr 16 Joan Stiles
University of California, San Diego
The development of language and spatial processing following pre- or perinatal focal brain injury: Profiles of deficit and development
Apr 23 Ann Masten
University of Minnesota
Research  on Resilience in Development: Reflections as the Fourth Wave Rises