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Meeting 2 - Committee on Supporting the Parents of Young Children

Panel: Suniya Luthar (17:30 )

Fragility in Affluent Families and Implications for Parenting Research and Practice

Suniya Luthar, Ph.D., Foundation Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University;
Professor Emerita, Teachers College, Columbia University

Sessions

  • Effect of Changes in U.S. Policy on Parents and Parenting Kathryn Edin, Ph. D.
    Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

    Presentation by Kathryn Edin, Ph. D., Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Department of...

  • Panel: Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell
    Ph.D., Associate Professor of Community and Behavioral Health; Associate...

    Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Community and Behavioral Health; ...

  • Panel: Suniya Luthar Suniya Luthar
    Foundation Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University; Professor...

    Fragility in Affluent Families and Implications for Parenting Research and...

  • Panel: Aurora Jackson Aurora Jackson
    Ph.D., Professor of Social Welfare, Lustin School of Public Affairs, University ...

    Strategies for Supporting Low-Income and Welfare-Dependent Parents of...

  • Panel Discussion Panelists
    Institute of Medicine

    Panelists field questions from the audience

  • Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting Programs at Scale Kenneth Dodge
    Ph.D., Founding Director, Center for Child and Family Policy; William McDougall ...

    Kenneth Dodge, Ph.D., Founding Director, Center for Child and Family Policy; William...

Effect of Changes in U.S. Policy on Parents and Parenting
Kathryn Edin, Ph. D.
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

Presentation by Kathryn Edin, Ph. D., Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Department of...

General and Specific Positive Parenting: Effects on Child...
Marc Bornstein
Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Section on Child and Family Research, National...

Marc Bornstein, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Section on Child and Family...

General and Specific Positive Parenting: Effects on Child...
Panelist
Institute of Medicine

Panelist fields questions from the audience

Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting Programs at Scale
Kenneth Dodge
Ph.D., Founding Director, Center for Child and Family Policy; William McDougall ...

Kenneth Dodge, Ph.D., Founding Director, Center for Child and Family Policy; William...

Implementing Evidence-Based Parenting Programs at Scale...
Panelist
Institute of Medicine

Panelists field questions from the audience

Panel Discussion
Panelists
Institute of Medicine

Panelists field questions from the audience

Panel: Aurora Jackson
Aurora Jackson
Ph.D., Professor of Social Welfare, Lustin School of Public Affairs, University ...

Strategies for Supporting Low-Income and Welfare-Dependent Parents of...

Panel: Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell
Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Community and Behavioral Health; Associate...

Nancy Rumbaugh Whitesell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Community and Behavioral Health; ...

Panel: Suniya Luthar
Suniya Luthar
Foundation Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University; Professor...

Fragility in Affluent Families and Implications for Parenting Research and...

Public Comment
Public Comment
Institute of Medicine

Facilitated by: Vivian L. Gadsden, Ed.D., William T. Carter Professor of...

Welcome and Introductory Remarks
Vivian L. Gadsden
Ed.D., William T. Carter Professor of Child Development and Education, School...

Vivian L. Gadsden, Ed.D., William T. Carter Professor of Child Development...

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Study Staff

  • Morgan A. Ford, Study Director
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    • Heather Breiner

    • Kelsey Geiser

    • Anthony Janifer

    • Stacey Smit

    • Sarah Tracey

Activity Contact Information

For More Information Contact

Stacey Smit
Phone:
202-334-1417
E-mail:
parenting@nas.edu

Mailing Address


Keck Center
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500 Fifth St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

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