Center for Children and Families Across Cultures
The Center for Children and Families Across Cultures (CFAC) is the first center designed to foster research, outreach, and training activities that further our understanding of children and families from different cultures. The center will be a venue for multidisciplinary, collaborative efforts that bring together interested scholars focused on studying children and families of diverse backgrounds within the U.S. and across nations. A central tenet of CFAC is a strengths-based, positive development approach to developing models, conducting research, and providing outreach that benefit such populations.
- The Shutdown Makes Me Nervous: Young People Caught Up in Impase - 1/15/19, New York Times
- Gülseven, Z., Kumru, A., Carlo, G., Palermo, F., Selçuk, B., & Sayıl, M. (in press). The Mediational Role of Parenting in the Longitudinal Relations between Socioeconomic Status and Turkish Children’s Emotional Development. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
- Carlo, G. (2018, June). Cultural values as conduits of individual and group variations in moral development. Invited Keynote Speaker at the Moral Development Workshop, Hebrew University. Jerusalem, Israel.
- Carlo, G., & Conejo, L. D. (2018, June). Parenting, emotion regulation and prosocial cognitions and actions. In M. Eberly (Chair), Parenting, social cognition and emotions in children and adolescents. Invited symposium paper presented at the International Congress of Applied Psychology Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada.
Several CFAC team members presented paper presentations at the Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA) in Minneapolis in April 2018.
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