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The APHD Colloquium Series is a collection of special talks delivered by esteemed speakers from within and outside of APHD and OISE. Colloquia are delivered once a month from September to May and cover topics in a variety of domains within psychology, broadly defined. Topics of past Colloquium Series have included risk assessment for domestic violence, a wide range of learning disabilities, sexual victimization on campus, mental health, childhood development, learning in the developing mind and brain, and many others. Students in some APHD programs are required to attend colloquia to broaden and inform their knowledge in the field of psychology. APHD faculty are also encouraged to attend, as these departmentally-sponsored events are important for departmental coherence and to demonstrate intellectual curiosity about research in psychology, broadly defined.

Colloquia are held on Wednesdays from
12:30-2:00pm in Rm 9-105



Dr. Michal Perlman - Early Childhood Education and Care: What counts and how do we count it?
April 24, 2019

Dr. Shelley F. McMain - Research Advances in Brief Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder
March 27, 2019

Dr. Cristina Atance -  Future thinking in young children: How do we
measure it and how can we optimize it?  (no recording available)

February 27, 2019

Dr. Tracy Solomon - Keeping an Open Mind About How to Approach K to 8 Math Instruction:  The Effectiveness of the JUMP Math Program
January 30, 2019

Dr. Felix Warneken - The Origins of Cooperation: Evidence from Children and Chimpanzees
November 28, 2018

Dr. Tina Malti - Social-Emotional Development in Children: Pathways to Mental Health

October 31, 2018

(no streaming or recording available)

Dr. Neil Rector - Transdiagnostic Mechanisms in the CBT Treatment of Mood & Anxiety Disorders
September 26, 2018

(no recording available)

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