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Latest research on children's issues featured at SRCD meeting
Date:4/2/2009

Can viewers in diapers learn languages from a video? How is the recession going to affect children? Is smoking during pregnancy a prenatal insult? What is the latest research on the achievement gap between different ethnic groups? How is the electronic age affecting children's social values? What is the role of the family in dealing with obesity among children?

Answers to those questions will be provided by researchers attending the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) in Denver, April 2-4, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Denver & Colorado Convention Center. This meeting brings together thousands of leading US and international experts to present and hear the latest transdisciplinary research in child development.

Because SRCD holds its meeting once every two years, it has always been a rich source of story ideas on the latest research findings on children's issues. Reporters are encouraged to search the program for additional newsworthy story ideas. The program is available at www.srcd.org/meeting/schedule/2009/. If you want specific papers within a topic that you find interesting, please contact us before the meeting. I will be available by cell phone (301-461-4941) and e-mail during the meeting.

In order to accommodate requests from local as well as national media, including those who cannot attend the meeting because of travel restrictions, all presentations at this year's biennial meeting will be embargoed for release on the first day of the meeting, April 2, 2009, 6:00 a.m., Eastern.

If you plan to attend the meeting, please note that there is no registration fee for media. To register, visit the SRCD biennial meeting registration web page and create an account or log into your existing account. Enter BiMtgPRESS2009 into the Promo Code field when prompted to ensure that you will not be charged.


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Contact: Sarah Hutcheon
shutcheon@srcd.org
202-289-7905
Society for Research in Child Development
Source:Eurekalert

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