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Human Development Faculty

Arievitch, Igor
Methods of Developmental Teaching and Learning; Factors and Components of Educability
Berger, Sarah
Cognitive Development in Infants and Toddlers; Motor Development in Infants and Toddlers
Brooks, Patricia
Language Development; Psycholinguistics
Crossman, Angela
Deception in Children; Child Witness (Developmental Psychology)
Daiute, Colette
Social Development among Children and Youth in Challenging Contexts, Including War, Post-War Transitions, and Under-Funded Urban Schools; Uses of Discourse and Technology for Development
Devenny, Darlynne
Individual Differences Over the Life Span; Relationship of timing of Development Events to Developmental Plasticity; Atypical Infant Development
Gillespie-Lynch, Kristen
Autism; symbol formation; communicative gestures; comparative psychology
Glick, Joseph
Culture/Development; Environment
Hart, Roger
Children's Development and the Quality of the Physical Environment; The Participatory Development of Communities
Karasik, Lana
Bidirectional effects of infant-mother interactions; w/I & cross-cultural studies of infants and mothers; Social-cognitive development in infancy; perceptual-motor development in infancy
McDonough, Laraine
Concept development, memory, categorization, language acquisition (English and Korean), nonverbal thought, memory and aging.
Nelson, Katherine
Pipe, Margaret-Ellen
Investigative Interviewing of Children; Memory Development
Ruck, Martin Dale
Cognitive Socialization; Children's Rights; Urban education; Juvenile Offenders' Perceptions of the Youth Justice System.
Saltzstein, Herbert
Moral development and culture; Children’s eyewitness testimony, parent-child relations, medical decision-making.
Siller, Michael
Development of Early Social Cognition and Language; Children with Autism
Stetsenko, Anna
Cultural-historical and activity theory perspectives on the development of self, cognition, and gender; learning and development.
Vietze, Deborah
Understanding and preventing racism and prejudice;cultural and ethnic identity; romantic experiences of young women; Service: Promoting the health and welfare of children and youth; Teaching and mentoring:Engaging students in diverse processes to strengthen the skills required to engage in scientific and logical scholarship that promotes their professional goals.
Wagner, Jennifer
Infant Development, Social and Emotional Development, Numerical cognition, Child

Colette Daiute , Training Area Coordinator.
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