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36th Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology

The Origins and Organization of Adaptation and Maladaptation: A Festschrift Honoring the Work of Byron Egeland and Alan Sroufe on the Minnesota Parent-Child Longitudinal Study

Program information

All lectures held in the A.I. Johnson Room of the McNamara Alumni Center, 200 Oak Street S.E., Minneapolis.

Thursday, October 15
Day 1: The Minnesota Parent-Child Longitudinal Study: Insights into Normative Development

8:30- 9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00- 9:30 Introduction to the Festschrift
Sarah Mangelsdorf, Northwestern University
9:30- 9:45 Byron Egeland, University of Minnesota
9:45- 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00- 11:15 “Emotion Regulation and Emotional Development: A View from Attachment Theory”
Ross Thompson, University of California at Davis
11:15- 12:30 “Attachment, Temperament, and Adaptation: One Long Argument”
Brian Vaughn, Auburn University
12:30- 2:30 Lunch
2:30-3:45 “Earned-Security: Emerging Insights from Longitudinal, Experimental, and Taxometric Investigations”
Glenn Roisman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
3:45- 4:00 Coffee Break
4:00- 5:15 Panel Discussion
Chair,Andy Collins, University of Minnesota
“How does a developmental perspective influence the development of social relationships in the field of social relationships?“
Panelists:Jeffrey Simpson, University of Minnesota; Peter LaFreniere, University of Maine

Friday, October 16
Day 2: The Minnesota Parent-Child Longitudinal Study: Insights into Psychopathology and Prevention Science

8:30- 9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Alan Sroufe, University of Minnesota
9:15-10:30 “Rethinking Adolescent States of Mind and Their Implications for Psychopathology: A Development/Contextual Model”
Roger Kobak, University of Delaware
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45- 12:00 Panel Discussion
Chair,Tuppett Yates, University of California Riverside
"How has/should a developmental framework inform the study of psychopathology?"
Panelists:Keith Burt, University of Vermont; Michael Troy, Children's Hospital, St. Paul
12:00-2:00 Lunch
2:00- 3:15 “Intergenerational Transmission of Parenting”
Deborah Jacobvitz, University of Texas at Austin
3:15- 3:30 Coffee Break
3:30- 4:45 Panel Discussion
Chair, Sheree Toth, Mount Hope Family Center, University of Rochester
"How has/should a developmental perspective inform the field of prevention science?"
Panelists: Marti Erickson, University of Minnesota; Robert Pianta, University of Virginia
5:45- 7:15 Cocktail Party

Saturday, October 17
Day 3: The Minnesota Parent-Child Longitudinal Study: Past, Present, and Future Innovations

9:00- 9:30 Continental Breakfast
9:30- 10:45 “Beyond Adversity, Vulnerability and Resilience: Individual Differences in Developmental Plasticity”
Jay Belsky, Birkbeck University of London
10:45- 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00- 12:15 “The Minnesota Parent-Child Longitudinal Study: Reflections, Integrations, Projections”
Dante Cicchetti, University of Minnesota

All Lectures are Free and Open to the Public

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!