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Parenting Across Cultures Conference
March 9, 2016
Parenting Across Cultures is the largest multicultural and longitudinal study that is investigating the biological, familial, and cultural processes in the development of self-regulation and risk-taking among youth in 9 countries: The Philippines, China, Thailand, Colombia, Kenya, Italy, Sweden, and the United States. We have interviewed children and their parents annually since 2008 on parents’ behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs; children’s adjustment and self-regulation; the parent-child relationship; and culture. This research project informs theories of child and family development and will shape interventions and policies to prevent child and family risk.
- DR. MARC BORNSTEIN – U.S. National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
- Cultural Similarities and Differences in Parenting
- DR. JEN LANSFORD – Duke University Centre for Child & Family Policy
- Harsh Parenting in Diverse International Contexts: Implications for Intervention & Policy
- INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS
- Dario Bacchini (Italy) Concetta Pastorelli (Italy) Suha Al-Hassan (Jordan) Paul Oburu (Kenya) Ann Skinner (USA)
- 5 CPE POINTS
- for members of
- Psych Assoc of the Phil (PAP)
Inquiries: Ms. Irene Venegas at 426-6001 (ext 5268) or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
FEE P200 (Regular) P150 (PAP members)
Fee covers mid-a.m. snack & certificate.
Free* – AdMU staff / students
*P150 if paying for snack & certificate.
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