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Society for Research in Child Development, v41 n1-3 Win-Fall 1998

This document consists of the three 1998 issues of a newsletter disseminating information on the Society for Research in Child Development and providing a forum for important news, research, and information concerning advancements in child growth and development research. Each issue of the newsletter provides announcements and notices of conferences, workshops, position openings, fellowships, and member obituaries. The Winter 1998 newsletter contains the following articles: (1) "Message from the President"; (2) "Report from the Committee on Child Development, Public Policy, and Public Information"; (3) "News from the Executive Branch Policy Fellows"; (4) "Budget Agreement, Spending Increases, and Focus on Accountability"; (5) "Students Develop a Policy Network"; and (6) "Report from Washington." Articles in the Spring 1998 issue are: (1) "The Development of a Researcher and a Discipline"; (2) "Continuing Greenfield's Initiative: Strategies and Teaching Techniques in Cross-Cultural Developmental Courses"; (3) "A Mixed Bag for Federal Support of Child Development Research in '99"; and (4) "A New Day at NICHD: Report from Washington." The Fall 1998 newsletter contains the following articles: (1) "Child Development and School Psychology: Opportunities for Connections"; (2) "From Developmental Research to Policy"; (3) "News from the Executive Branch Policy Fellows"; and (4) SRCD Biennial Meeting registration materials. (SD)

Descriptors: Agenda Setting, Change Strategies, Child Advocacy, Child Development, Child Development Specialists, Children, Educational Research, Financial Support, Policy Analysis, Policy Formation, Professional Development, Public Policy, Strategic Planning

Society for Research in Child Development, University of Michigan, 505 East Huron, Suite 301, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1522; phone: 970-925-5516; fax: 970-544-0662.





Author: Thomas, Nancy G., Ed.

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