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Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Carolyn Sanders, Child and Family Development lecturer
From Behind a Screen, Lecturer Takes Future Educators to the Outdoors
Vanja Lazarevic, assistant professor in child and family development.
Common Threads Emerge From Research Into Immigrant Communities
In the early years, parents may be best suited to provide intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders. (Stock image)
SDSU Researcher Leads $3.3 Million Autism Intervention Study
Audrey Hokoda (top row, second from left) and students
Education with a Community Connection
As part of the project, researchers are studying words children know across a variety of contexts at about age 2.
SDSU-Led Team Developing Instruments to Detect Language Problems Earlier
Anxiety and depression are the most common mental health problems in children and adolescents.
Pediatric Support for Mental Health
2016 Quest for the Best Winners (Credit: SDSU Student Life and Leadership)
2017 Quest for the Best Winners Announced
The SDSU Child and Family Development Student Organization meets at 3 p.m. every other Wednesday in the Metzli Room of the student union. (Credit: SDSU CFDSO)
Student Organization Spotlight: Child and Family Development
The most telling hallmarks of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder are physical. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/High Contrast)
Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Disorder More Easily
A societal shift toward individualism may be responsible for the uptick in uniqueness of baby names.
Could You Spell that for Me, Please?
Recent findings have shown that families are eating out at restaurants more often. (Photo: Ed Montez/Pixabay)
May I Take your Order?
Children at the Children
Where Am I Wednesday: A Second Home for Your Child