Conference Presentations

Please find below the conference presentations that are available in electronic format.

Plenary Presentations

Marco Del Giudice, PhD, University of New Mexico, Attachment and Developmental Risk in Boys: An Evolutionary Perspective

Iheoma Iruka, PhD, Buffett Early Childhood Institute, University of Nebraska, Revisioning Early Childhood Education for Black Boys: Seizing Opportunities and Minimizing Risks

Devi Miron, PhD, Tulane University, Stress and Psychopathology Following Severe Deprivation: Differential Effects on Boys and Girls

Leon Puttler, PhD, University of Michigan, Early Risk Factors in the Development of Alcohol and Other Substance Use Problems

Daniel Shaw, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Early Childhood Predictors of Boys’ Antisocial Behavior and Adjustment in Adolescence and Early Adulthood

Workshop Presentations

C. Patrick Babcock and Marvin McKinney, PhD, Michigan State University, On the Importance of Informing Social Policy about Boys at Risk

Carolyn Joy Dayton, PhD, LMSW, IMH-E®(IV), Wayne State University & Erika London Bocknek, PhD, LMFT, IMH-E®(IV), Wayne State University, The Socialization of Aggression in Boys and Men: Theory, Research, and the Potential for Change

George Farkas, PhD, University of California, Irvine, Minority Group Boys Need Earlier Disability Diagnosis and Services

Hiram Fitzgerald, PhD, Michigan State University, Boys at Risk: Biological and Experiential Influences on Intersubjectivity and the Origins of Self

Paul Golding, PhD, Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation, The Boy Crisis as an Infant Mental Health Issue

Deb Harris, University of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability & Jane Clark, PhD, University of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability, Cumulative Risks to Language, Social-Emotional Functioning, and Behavior in Boys

KyungSook Lee, PhD & Hiram E Fitzgerald, PhD, A Community Based Participatory Research Partnership: Perceptions of Children’s Adaptive Behaviors in Tribal Head Start Programs

Deborah Weatherston, Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health, Intersection of Personal and Professional: Understanding and Supporting Infants, Toddlers, and Families through Reflective Practice