Annual Forum 2016 - 2017 Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me) Juega Conmigo (Play With Me) Questions About Your Child?

Annual Forum 2016 - 2017

Registration is now open for the Center for Children and Families' 7th Annual Forum.

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Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me)

Formerly the Infant Development Program, the Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me) program seeks to identify developmental delays among children ages 0-5...

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Juega Conmigo (Play With Me)

Juega Conmigo is a playful-learning program for children ages 0 - 3 together with their parents. We are recruiting participants now for our summer 2016 programs...

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Questions About Your Child?

Our Resource and Referral Program offers free consultations and referrals for families, educators and professionals.

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News

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  • Callier Center Addition Offers New Home for CCF

    Callier Center Addition Offers New Home for CCF

    UT Dallas’ Callier Center for Communication Disorders offers 50,000 square-feet of new space for Callier’s clinical and research operations, as well as a new home for UT Dallas' Center for Children and Families…

  • CCF Faculty Affiliate Receives Grant to Study Autism Intervention Program

    CCF Faculty Affiliate Receives Grant to Study Autism Intervention Program

    Dr. Pamela Rollins, associate professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, has received a grant for more than $980,000 to evaluate an early intervention program for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)...

  • CCF Faculty Affiliate Receives NSF Grant to Study Children’s Thinking

    CCF Faculty Affiliate Receives NSF Grant to Study Children’s Thinking

    Dr. Candice Mills, associate professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, has received a $475,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study how children process scientific explanations and how their understanding might motivate them to learn more...

  • Center Director Visits Norway for Social Development Research

    Center Director Visits Norway for Social Development Research

    Dr. Margaret T. Owen, center director and Robinson Family professor of psychology, recently returned from Norway where she is working on a study of early stimulation in the family and children's school outcomes...

Research

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  • Research of Center Affiliates

  • Close Relationships and Health Lab

    Directed by Dr. Heidi Kane, this lab investigates the basic relationship processes that are associated with relationship functioning and the links between romantic relationships and physical health.

  • Dallas Preschool Readiness Project

    Directed by Dr. Margaret T. Owen, this lab researches self-regulation skills as an important foundation of school readiness.

  • The Think Lab

    Directed by Dr. Candice Mills, this lab studies how children and adults think about the world around them, including how children and adults decide how much to believe the information they encounter, how they evaluate their own knowledge, and how children determine what someone is likely to know.

  • Development of Social Cognition Lab

    Directed by Dr. Noah Sasson, this lab studies different aspects of social cognition, a term that refers to the perceptual and processing abilities that facilitate social interaction.

  • Lifespan Neuroscience and Cognition (LiNC) Laboratory

    Directed by Dr. Chandramallika Basak, this lab investigates how and where we remember information over a short period of time, how attention and memory interact and carry on with multiple tasks, and how these cognitive functions change with age and training.

  • The Developmental Neurolinguistics Lab

    Directed by Dr. Mandy Maguire, this lab is focused on understanding how children learn language and how the brain processes language in general.