WELCOME TO SSHD!
The Society for the Study of Human Development
8th Biennial Meeting
Fort Lauderdale, FL
November 3-5, 2013
Hotel Registration is now available via a dedicated website
Rethinking Developmental Science across the Life-span/Life-course:
Theory, Methods, and Applications
SSHD is proud to announce our 8th Biennial Meeting. SSHD is a diverse society of scholars representing all disciplines with an interest in human development. The conference and program are both open to members and nonmembers alike. If you are not a member, we urge you to consider joining. We particularly extend a welcome to young scholars and graduate students to attend the conference and join the society.
Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University
Developmental Science: Past, Present & Future
Lynn S. Liben, The Pennsyvania State University
Individual-Context Relations in Developmental Intergroup Theory: Explaining & Optimizing Social-Group Relationships
Toni Antonucci, University of Michigan
Rethinking the Link Between Cells & Society
Ingrid Connidis, Western University
Family Ties over the Life Course: Spanning the Macro-Micro Divide?
Cynithia Carcia Coll, Brown University
A Relational Developmental Systems Perspective on the Immigrant Paradox, and the Life of an Academic
Invited Plenary Symposia
Peter Molenaar, Penn State University & John Nesselroade, University of Virginia, Organizers & Co-Chairs
Contemporary Research Methods
i. John J. McArdle, University of Southern California
ii. Todd D. Little, University of Kansas
iii. Sy-Miin Chow, The Pennsylvania State University
iv. Peter C.M. Molenaar, The Pennsylvania State University
v. John R. Nesselroade, University of Virginia. Discussant.
Jonathan Zaff, Vice President of Research at America's Promise – The Alliance for Youth. Tufts University, Chair and Organizer
i. Velma McBride Murry, Vanderbilt University
ii. Amy Gerstein, Stanford University
iii. Brenda Jones Harden, University of Maryland
iv. Corey Keyes, Emory University
v. Jonathan F. Zaf, Tufts University. Discussant