“Effects of an Attachment-Based Intervention on Autonomic Regulation Among Opioid-Exposed Infants.” Alexandra R. Tabachnick, Rina Das Eiden, Madelyn H. Labella, Mary Dozier Developmental PsychobiologyVolume 64, Issue 6 OPEN ACCESS First published: 02 June …
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Mechanisms of Developmental Plasticity
Throughout development, animals incur rapid changes in their body, brain, environment, and life experiences. Plasticity in different regions of the nervous system supports developmental changes in behavior across ontogeny, providing a rich substrate for continual adaptation to the environment.
University of Delaware Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences is hiring several faculty!
Check out the Program at a Glance, mark your calendars for the Virtual Poster Sessions & Register to view all 218 iPosters (as of today) and set up meetings with the authors to discuss their work.
ISDP President, Megan R. Gunnar, explains the ISDP 2022 Hybrid Meeting format and reviews the program to take place at the Catamaran Resort Hotel & Spa in San Diego and on our Virtual Platform, November 9-11, 2022. All meeting content will be available on-demand for one month following the meeting. Currently nearly 350 participants are registered, with 285 in-person and the rest virtually.
Please visit the Meeting Portal https://pheedloop.com/ISDP2022/site/.
How to set up your iPoster We will keep the Virtual iPoster Sessions separate from the in-person Poster Sessions. All poster authors will be required to also create an iPoster in the ipostersessions.com, which can either be a simple pdf upload of your in-person poster as well as using the full iPoster templates for more in-depth information. Our interactive iPoster platform will make it easy for authors to create presentations that bring their research to life – whether presented virtually online or live onsite in San Diego.
The 2022 Distinguished Service Award is bestowed on Rachel Barr in recognition of her significant and sustained service and contributions to the ISDP!
2022 ISDP Dissertation Award goes to Lana Ruvolo Grasser, PhD (she/her/hers). Dr. Grasser recently obtained her PhD in Translational Neuroscience from Wayne State University. Under the mentorship of Drs. Arash Javanbakht and Tanja Jovanovic, her NIMH-funded dissertation project, “Biomarkers of Risk and Resilience to Trauma in Syrian Refugee Youth”, identified skin conductance response to trauma interview and fear potentiated startle as candidate biomarkers of trauma-related psychopathology in youth exposed to civilian war trauma and forced migration.
The 2022 ISDP-David Kucharski Young Investigator Award goes to Dr. Ossmy who is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Psychological Sciences and the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development at Birkbeck, University of London. Research in his lab focuses on the development of behavioural and neural mechanisms underlying human problem solving. He is married to Anastasia and a father to Ely and Max.