Implications of Advances in Neuroscience for Understanding Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Development

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Peter A. Ornstein, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chair)
Susan Calkins, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Martha Cox, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Date

Speaker

Topic

Jan 12 No Speaker Graduate Seminar Participants Class Meeting Only 3:00–5:00 PM 
No 5:00 PM Consortium Meeting
Jan 19 NO SESSION Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Jan 26 Patricia Bauer
Emory University
On the Road to Developmental Neuroscience
Feb 2 Kevin Pelphrey
Yale University
A Primer on Investigating the Development of the Social Brain
Feb 9 Helen Egger
Duke University
Preschool Anxiety Disorders:
From Epidemiology to Neural Substrates
Feb 16 Joe Piven
UNC-CH
Imaging the Developing Brain in Autism
Feb 23 Geraldine Dawson
UNC-CH
Early Intervention, Brain Plasticity, and the Prevention of Autism
Mar 2 Michael Lewis
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Emotional development, socialization and brain maturation.
Mar 9 NO SESSION Spring Break
Mar 16 Jodi Quas
University of California, Irvine
Stress, Social Context, and Event Memory in Children
Mar 23
Cancelled
Leslie Carver
University of California, San Diego
Challenges and opportunities in the study of the brain basis of social cognitive development
This presentation has been cancelled!
Mar 30 Carol Cheatham
UNC-CH
Potential Neural Factors in the Development of Declarative Memory
Apr 6 NO SESSION Monday after SRCD
Apr 13 John Colombo
University of Kansas
The developmental cognitive neuroscience of attention: Response to regulation in typical and atypical development.
Apr 20 Martha Ann Bell
Virginia Tech
What neuroscience can tell us about early brain organization and cognitive development.
Apr 27 Kathleen Thomas
University of Minnesota
Neurobehavioral Measures of Cognitive Development in At-Risk Children
May 04 Integration Session Carolina Consortium Postdoctoral Fellows