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Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) biennial meeting
SRCD will hold its biennial interdisciplinary meeting April 7-10 in Atlanta, Georgia. (2005-02-24)
2009 Society for Research in Child Development biennial meeting
This meeting will bring together thousands of leading national and international experts to hear the latest transdisciplinary research in child development. (2009-04-02)
Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting
Some of the topics that might interest reporters include: Children's pathways to political violence and terrorism; International research on the outcomes of children adopted from China; Child development in the rural poor -- first time data to be presented from the Family Life Project; Children's understanding of truth and lies; Neuroscience in anxious children; Teen parenting; International research on corporal punishment. (2007-02-15)
Special brain activities while mother and autism spectrum disorder child gaze each other
Special activities in the brains have been discovered while a child with autism spectrum disorder and the mother are gazing each other by the utilization of special equipment based on magnetoencephalography applicable to both child and mother simultaneously. (2016-11-15)
First-borns get more quality time with parents, study shows
Joseph Price, a graduate student in economics at Cornell, has found that a first-born child receives 20-30 more minutes of quality time each day with a parent than a second-born child of the same age from a similar family. (2006-12-22)
Mom's work schedule significantly impacts her child's cognitive development
Mothers' nonstandard work schedules may have a significant impact on young children's intellectual development. (2005-02-10)
Book For Parents On Choosing Quality Child Care
To help parents make sensible and trustworthy choices in the potentially overwhelming world of child care options, Cornell University Professor Moncrieff Cochran and wife, Eva Cochran have co-authored a new handbook that gives parents the tools to collect and assess information on child care. (1997-10-02)
Center-based care and insensitive parenting may have lasting effects
Researchers following about 1,000 children from 1 month through mid-adolescence have shown that children who, during their first three years, (a) had mothers who were more insensitive and/or (b) spent more time in center-based child care -- whether of high or low quality -- were more likely to have the atypical pattern of lower levels of cortisol just after awakening when they were 15 years of age, which could indicate higher levels of early stress. (2009-05-15)
High-quality child care leads to academic success for low-income kids
A new study of 1,300 middle school students shows high quality child care leads to improved math and reading achievement. (2009-09-15)
Save the date: Major research conference on child development in Austin - April 6-8, 2017
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) will hold its Biennial Meeting in Austin at the Austin Convention Center from April 6-8, 2017. (2017-03-06)
Timing of poverty in childhood critical to later outcomes
Poverty at any point in a child's early life negatively affects a child's educational and social competencies. (2005-07-14)
Breastfeeding for less than 3 months may affect a child's intelligence
Breastfeeding for less than 3 months may affect a child's intellectual development, with these children more likely to score below average for mental skills at 13 months and total intelligence at 5 years than children breastfed for six months or more. (2001-08-21)
High-quality child care found good for children -- and their mothers
A longitudinal study of more than 1,300 children and their families found that mothers whose children spent their early years in high-quality nonparental care, starting from birth and in either center-based or home-based settings, were more likely than other moms to be involved in their children's schools later, regardless of the moms' socioeconomic status. (2012-02-08)
American Academy of Pediatrics awards top honors to leading child development expert at Brandeis
Brandeis University Professor Jack Shonkoff, M.D., a leading authority on the application of neurobiology to early childhood policy, will receive one of the most prestigious accolades in pediatrics Oct. (2005-10-05)
Children in formal child care have better language skills
Fewer children who attend regular formal center- and family-based child care at 1.5 years and 3 years of age were late talkers compared with children who are looked after at home by a parent, child-carer or in an outdoor nursery. (2011-01-05)
Latest research on children's issues to be featured at biennial meeting
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) will hold its Biennial Meeting in Austin at the Austin Convention Center from April 6-8, 2017. (2017-03-16)
Good parenting in kindergarten increases chances of good kids in fourth grade
Early parent-child relationships are important to establish strong communication and monitoring in later childhood years. (2005-09-14)
Quality of early child care plays role in later reading, math achievement
Using information from the longitudinal study of early care and youth development, researchers found that children who spent more time in high-quality child care in the first five years of their lives had better math and reading scores in middle childhood. (2009-09-15)
Mothers see their youngest as shorter than they are
Many parents say when their second child is born that their first child suddenly appears to have grown overnight. (2013-12-16)
Center-based care yields more behavior problems; in other types of care, problems short-lived
New data from a federally-funded longitudinal study show that that children who spent more time in center-based childcare exhibited more problem behavior through sixth grade. (2007-03-26)
The NYU Child Study Center presents the inaugural State of the Science lecture
On Monday, April 26, 2004, the NYU Child Study Center (CSC) will host the Inaugural CSC State of the Science Lecture. (2004-04-23)
Child care quality key for children from disadvantaged homes
A new study finds that children who come from more difficult home environments and have lower-quality child care have more social and emotional problems, but high-quality child care may help make up for their home environments. (2011-02-04)
How could preschool be better aligned with the early elementary grades to improve learning?
With most 4 year olds in the United States now in center-based early care, the need for aligning instruction from preschool through the early grades (PK-3) has become more pressing. (2017-02-15)
Abducted children: Conventional photos alone don't aid the search
People's ability to recognise abducted children is impaired when they view a photo of a smiling, clean child, but come into contact with the same child whose appearance is very different because he or she is upset, crying, dishevelled or unkempt. (2008-10-28)
A B C -- 1 2 3, but what is good for me?
Child care settings can serve as a platform to teach children about nutrition in our fight against childhood obesity, as nearly 50 percent of children in the United States under age 5 are enrolled in child care. (2012-11-08)
Lower child-to-caregiver ratios translate to better care
In the first experimental study of its kind, it was found that reducing the ratio of children to caregivers in child care centers increased the quality of interactions.Throughout 64 child care centers, 217 caregivers were observed during two play episodes -- one with three children and one with five. (2006-07-13)
How poverty may affect children's behavior
In a recent study of young children experiencing homelessness, high-quality parenting was associated with better peer relationships and protection from internalizing problems in the context of family adversity. (2017-07-19)
Children control questioning interviews; not adults
The types of questions asked of children impact the way children respond to interview questions. (2005-02-10)
Traumatized moms avoid tough talks with kids, Notre Dame study shows
Mothers who have experienced childhood abuse, neglect or other traumatic experiences show an unwillingness to talk with their children about the child's emotional experiences, a new study from the University of Notre Dame shows. (2013-05-06)
Background TV found to have negative effect on parent-child interactions
A new study looks for the first time at the effect of background TV on interactions between parents and young children. (2009-09-15)
Children may benefit when mothers and fathers react differently to their negative emotions
New research suggests it might be beneficial to children if both parents don't react the same to the child's negative emotions. (2007-09-28)
Study offers tips on taming the boogie monster
A study of about 50 4-, 5-, and 7-year-olds identified coping strategies by having children listen to short illustrated stories in which a child came into contact with something that looked like a real or an imaginary frightening creature. (2009-11-13)
Quality of mom's time, not quantity, most important in early infant development
A recent study found no differences in the social and intellectual development in the first three years of life between children whose mothers spent a lot of time with them and children whose mothers' time was limited by working outside of the home. (2005-03-25)
Child marriage remains widespread in many countries of sub-Saharan Africa
Child marriage harms girls' health and development throughout the world. (2017-03-13)
Latest research on children's issues to be featured at biennial meeting
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) will hold its Biennial Meeting in Austin at the Austin Convention Center from April 6-8, 2017. (2017-03-30)
After child dies, mom's risk of early death skyrockets: study
In the first two years following the death of a child, there is a 133 percent increase in the risk of the mother dying, a new study from the University of Notre Dame shows. (2012-06-27)
Study Identifies Level Of Vision That Alters Child's Development
Researchers at the universities of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Colorado have discovered that development in children whose visual acuity was 20/500 or better was significantly better than the development of children whose visual acuity was 20/800 or worse. (1997-12-09)
Fathers influence child language development more than mothers
In families with two working parents, fathers had greater impact than mothers on their children's language development between ages 2 and 3, according to a study by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and UNC's School of Education. (2006-10-30)
Simple checklists could improve child protection
Simple checklists and structured forms could help healthcare professionals pick up child abuse more effectively, suggests research published ahead of print in the Archives of Disease in Childhood. (2006-03-22)
Does a parent's perception of their child's weight impact on child weight gain?
Researchers from the University of Liverpool and Florida State University College of Medicine have conducted a study on the effect the misperception of a child's weight by their parents can have on a child's actual weight. (2016-04-21)
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