Radcliffe College — Radcliffe College was a womens liberal arts college in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and functioned as a female coordinate institution for the all-male Harvard College. A formal non-merger merger agreement with Harvard was signed inunder the terms of the consolidation, the Radcliffe Yard and the Radcliffe Quadrangle retain the Radcliffe designation in perpetuity. The Harvard Annex, a program for the instruction of women by Harvard faculty, was founded in after prolonged efforts by women to gain access to Harvard College. He then approached Harvard President Charles William Eliot with the idea, Gilman and Eliot recruited a group of prominent and well-connected Cambridge women to manage the plan.
Additional members were recruited over the course ofbringing the total number to In addition to their global distribution, the expertise of this distinguished group of developmental scientists encompasses the periods of early and middle childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age; genetic, bio-behavioral, social, and cultural dimensions; and applications to the fields of education, health and public policy.
Three of these were co-opted to the ARAP during A large collection of about 90 nominations thus assembled were independently ranked by a panel of 7 judges, including 5 members of the ARAP, and by the Congress Chair and Co-Chair to whom the LOC delegated the responsibility of deciding on the final list of invitees.
Individuals who had delivered an invited address at either of the last two ISSBD international congresses were disqualified, and we sought to achieve a good balance in the overall slate of 20 Invited speakers and the co-convenors of 14 Invited Symposia across topical focus, disciplinary orientation, geographical region and gender.
The Invited Programme was thus constituted and advertised on the congress website in mid Open Call for Proposals This was published on the congress website in June with an initial closing date of 31 Octoberlater extended to 31 December Proposals were all submitted on line, and the submitting author was required to provide an abstract of up to words, and to select one of three presentation formats poster, symposium or poster workshopand one of nine broad topical content focus areas to guide the Review Panel Coordinator in the assignment of proposals to reviewers.
A guide to the content focus areas was published on the website and is summarised in the table on page xvi. At the discretion of the Review Panel Coordinator, some authors receiving recommendation ii or iii were invited to submit a Sophie gueron thesis proposal for further review. Scheduling presentations across the five days of the congress Four one-hour slots were reserved on Days of the congress for four Keynote Lectures, eight more slots were assigned on Days for pairs of Invited Lectures to be delivered concurrently in different rooms, and the fourteen Invited Symposia were distributed across ten Symposium Sessions each providing for up to eight concurrent events in different meeting rooms.
In assigning particular Lectures and Symposia to these slots we endeavoured to minimise difficult choices for congress participants, by scheduling as parallel events at any given time, events that fell into different broad content focus areas.
Some deviations from this principle were necessitated by the unavailability of some presenters to attend the full five days of the congress. Six, four-hour Poster Sessions have been distributed across Days of the congress, each providing for concurrent exhibition of up to 60 different posters.
In each session, a limited number of the broad content focus areas is represented, in order to enhance opportunities for fruitful exchange of ideas among poster presenters.
In sessions 1- 5, a corner of the Poster Hall Kafue has been reserved for the four or five posters that are part of a poster workshop. Oral discussion at these workshops has been scheduled from The congress logo represents participants flying into Zambia from around the world.
Green, orange, black and red are the colours of the Zambian flag. Daily Programme Sunday Full programme of the day ISSBD is a truly international organisation with more than 1, members in 60 countries.
Its main objective is to promote systematic research on human development throughout the life-span. This is the first full congress of the Society to be held in Africa. The University of Zambia Local Organising Committee submitted an outstanding and rigorous proposal for this meeting.
ISSBD has sponsored several regional workshops on the continent of Africa over the past two decades but this will be our first biennial meeting in Africa. My hope for the meeting is that we will all be challenged and stimulated, and by the time we leave, feel that we have learned a tremendous amount and have been inspired!
Zambia is a country of great scenic beauty, and Zambian society prides itself on the warmth of its hospitality, Professor Stephen and its traditions of tolerance, peace and democracy.
The University of Zambia, Simukanga founded inis committed to a vision of service and excellence. Research on human development is one important strand of activity that has the potential to contribute to the realisation of that vision.
We consider it a great honour that the University of Zambia has been selected to host this world-wide gathering of developmental researchers. We look forward to receiving delegates from around the world, to sharing with them the unique character of our university, our city and our nation, and to learning from them about commonalities and differences in the challenges posed by human development in Zambia and elsewhere.
The invited programme, of which details are published in this programme, includes a slate of 48 distinguished researchers, based in a wide range of countries around the Professor world, whose lectures and symposia address a wide range of topics within the broad Robert Serpell area of behavioural development.
Also in this programme are presented the titles of more than 60 other symposia and more than poster presentations, of which abstracts were submitted on line and accepted based on review by the international Proposal Review Panel.
In addition we have included a number of special events.
We believe the resulting programme will constitute an exciting academic forum for established researchers and students. We expect it also to be of great interest to a wide range of service professionals and policymakers within Zambia and other countries in Africa.
Welcome Messages From the Congress Convenor For those of you coming to Africa from further abroad the congress will offer an exciting opportunity to interact with scholars from all around the world, to share your own research findings, and to learn at first hand about the circumstances of human development in this region, some of which are universal to our species, while others are unique to the region.
We are all looking forward to meeting and learning from you during the week of the congress Julyand to the formation of lasting relationships of collegiality and friendship arising from the experience of the congress.
The Registration Desk will be open at the following times:Systematic review of educational interventions for looked-after children and young people: Recommendations for intervention development and evaluation. Authors.
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The main thesis of this set of presentations is to evaluate how different factors produce between and within group variation in parenting beliefs, and practices and how these variations then influence childhood outcomes.