Day/Time: Fridays, 11am to noon
Location: AP&M 5420
Investigators are invited to present recent findings, give practice talks, and/or conduct brainstorming sessions that would be of interest to the developmental community. The goal of the series is to provide a forum for researchers to share what they are currently working on and ultimately to identify possible future collaborative opportunities with others within or outside the group.
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Please send requests for an interpreter to Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org two weeks prior to the talk. For any other questions concerning the CHD iDEV Talks or to schedule a presentation next quarter, please contact Janet at email@example.com.
UCSD Department of Cognitive Science
|Uniquely human developmental timing may drive cerebral lateralization and interhemispheric coupling|
UCSD Department of Pediatrics
|Maternal nutrition and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders|
SDSU Department of Psychology
|Haptic assessment of early vocabulary comprehension: What it is, what it isn't, and what it can tell us|
|Do learning styles predict aptitude and learning outcomes?|
UCSD Department of Linguistics
|Sign language as a lens to study the development of brain language processing|