Society for Research in Child Development

Ann Arbor, USA - 8 Followers

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Interested GeographiesNorth America, Eastern Europe, , Latin America Interested Industries Building & Construction, Medical & Pharma, Science & Research, Business Services, Education & Training, Baby, Kids & Maternity, Wellness, Health & Fitness
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The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) is a prestigious and leading professional society for the field of developmental psychology focusing specifically on child development. The purposes of the society are to promote multidisciplinary research in the field of human development to foster the exchange of information among scientists and other professionals of various disciplines and to encourage applications of research findings. To meet their objective the society organizes a number of events and trade fairs throughout the year offering wide multidisciplinary platform for discussions and sharing of information among the interested people. These programs aim to integrate research activities and to stimulate research in child development.

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07th - 09th
Apr, 2021

SRCD Biennial Meeting

Online #Baby #Wellness
08th - 10th
Apr, 2021

Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting

Minneapolis, United States #Science #Baby
01st - 02nd
Apr, 2022

Learning through Play and Imagination

St. Louis, United States #Education
02nd - 04th
May, 2022

Construction of the Other: Development, Consequences, and Applied Implications of Prejudice and Discrimination

Río Grande, Puerto Rico #Building
23rd - 25th
Mar, 2023

Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting

Salt Lake, United States #Science #Baby
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Society for Research in Child Development as Event Organizer

FLAGSHIP EVENTPositive Youth Development
POPULARSociety for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting
POPULARSociety for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting