Purpose

 

An international workshop focusing on new research perspectives and methodologies for understanding and promoting change in typical and atypical development.

The workshop will bring a cutting edge view on the interplay between early skills and the environment and the connections between theoretical and intervention models with an interdisciplinary and cross-population approach.

Scholars, researchers, clinicians, and students will have the opportunity to discuss new approaches, methodologies and protocols for studying typical and atypical development and how to transfer this knowledge to clinical and educational settings.

Organization and Sponsorships

 

The workshop is organized by the Developmental Psychology Lab and the Psychometrics Lab of the Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, in collaboration with the Infant Communication Lab of the Department of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, and the Learning Research and Development Center of the University of Pittsburgh.

Sponsorship and grant of the University of Bologna innovative project Progetto Innovativo nell’Ambito degli Accordi di Cooperazione Internazionali “Implementing a cross-cultural, cross-population and Interdisciplinary methodology for studying development”.

Sponsorship AIP, CLASTA

Brochure- Flyer- Poster program, Abstracts and Best poster award- Report Joint International Workshop

BROCHURE

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FLYER

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Poster Program

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Joint International Workshop poster program

Abstracts Poster session Joint International Workshop Unibo-Pitt Bologna October 10-11 2018

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Abstracts of the posters presented at the Poster session of the Joint International Workshop Unibo-Pitt Bologna October 10-11 2018

Best Poster Award Joint International Workshop Unibo--Pitt October 10-11 2018

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Best Poster Award assigned within the poster session of the Joint International Workshop Unibo-Pitt October 10-11 2018

Report Joint International Workshop University of Bologna October 10-11 2018

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Report Joint International Workshop University of Bologna October 10-11 2018

Flyer Research Topic - Frontiers in Psychology

Flyer Research Topic "Understanding Trajectories and Promoting Change from Early to Complex Skills in Typical and Atypical Development: A Cross-Population Approach"- Frontiers in Psychology

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https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/9453/understanding-trajectories-and-promoting-change-from-early-to-complex-skills-in-typical-and-atypical