ICD in the News
Abi Gewirtz is improving outcomes for children and families affected by trauma and extreme stress.
Child development professor Michèle Mazzocco explores how early number comprehension impacts future math learning.
Pop culture can’t push theories on parenting forward fast enough. Glenn Roisman is hoping for a better result.
Associate professor Kathleen Thomas studies how early experiences shape brain development and behavior in at-risk kids.
For Philip Zelazo, studying the intentional control of thought, action, and emotion is a window into human consciousness.
Assistant Professor Janette Herbers conducts research to understand developmental processes of resilience in children who experience risks such as trauma, poverty, and homelessness.
Assistant Professor Rebecca Shlafer partnered with Sesame Street Workshop to lead the dissemination of new resources for children and families impacted by incarceration in Minnesota.
Assistant Professor Nim Tottenham examines the development of brain systems involved in human emotional development to understand how these systems are influenced by early adverse environments.