APA Division 7 Names ISDP Board Member Natalie Brito & Camelia Hostinar as the 2022 Boyd McCandless Award Winners for their Distinguished Contributions to Developmental Psychology
Nomination/Application Deadline: June 15, 2021. Please make your nominations for the following ISDP Awards:
Rovee-Collier Mentor Award, Senior Investigator Award,
Distinguished Service Award, Sandra G. Wiener Student Investigator Award,
David Kucharski Young Investigator Award,
Dissertation Award. Submit an Abstract and Apply for:
ISDP Student/Postdoc Member Travel and/or Abstract Awards Travel and/or Abstract Awards (Early-Career members who are still Postdocs) for ISDP 2021 Hybrid Meeting.
Boyd McCandless Award Sponsored by APA’s Division 7 (Developmental Psychology), the Boyd McCandless Award recognizes a young scientist who has made a distinguished theoretical contribution to developmental psychology, has conducted …
ISDP 2020 People’s Choice Poster Award goes to Joscelin Rocha-Hidalgo, Georgetown University: Monolingual and bilingual 2-year-olds’ learning and transfer of words from books to real objects (COG13)
ISDP 2020 Best Poster Award goes to Giana Isabella Teresi, Stanford University for her ePoster HIGHER LEVELS OF INTERLEUKIN-6 AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-ALPHA ARE ASSOCIATED WITH SUICIDAL IDEATION IN ADOLESCENTS (NEURO4)
Dr. Julia Morgan awarded the 2020 Hennessy-Smotherman-Wiley Best Student Paper Award for the journal Developmental Psychobiology
Nominated Papers for the Hennessy-Smotherman-Wiley Best Student Paper Award, 2018-2019
In September ISDP lost a brilliant young scholar, Carrie DePasquale
Professor Blumberg is F. Wendell Miller Professor and department chair in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Iowa. In addition to writing academic research articles, Blumberg has served as the editor-in-chief of Behavioral Neuroscience and authored several books, including Freaks of Nature: What Anomalies Tell Us About Development and Evolution. His research also appeared on a 2020 episode of the Netflix series, Babies.
Martha Ann Bell is College of Science Faculty Fellow and Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech, where her research team examines individual differences in in the development of executive function and emotion regulation across infancy and early childhood.