Resources for Families Questions About Your Child? Juega Conmigo (Play With Me) Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me)

Resources for Families

To support children and families during the pandemic, CCF has compiled a list of local resources for parenting, basic needs, mental health, and educational concerns...

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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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Juega Conmigo (Play With Me)

Juega Conmigo is a playful-learning program for children ages 0 - 3 together with their parents...

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Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me)

The Crece Conmigo (Grow With Me) program seeks to identify developmental delays among children ages 0-5...

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  • CCF Faculty Affiliate Analyzes Post-Conflict Behaviors Among Couples

    CCF Faculty Affiliate Analyzes Post-Conflict Behaviors Among Couples

    Dr. Karen Prager, CCF faculty affiliate and professor of interdisciplinary studies and psychology, and her team in the Couples Daily Lives Lab recently analyzed how conflict resolution among couples leads to growth or deterioration in the relationship...

  • New Website for Family Research Participation

    New Website for Family Research Participation

    CCF faculty affiliate Dr. Candice Mills and colleagues have created a new web platform for families to find out about research opportunities for children and parents, from anywhere in the world...

  • CCF Faculty Affiliate Weighs In on Child Abuse and Crime During Pandemic

    CCF Faculty Affiliate Weighs In on Child Abuse and Crime During Pandemic

    CCF faculty affiliate and criminologist Dr. Alex Piquero spoke with Fox 4 News about coronavirus-related stress and its ties to child abuse and crime...

  • Campus Update

    Campus Update

    Spring break will be extended by one week, and classes will resume in an online format on March 30 in response to the spread of COVID-19.


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  • Research of Center Affiliates

  • Filbey Lab

    Directed by Dr. Francesca Filbey, this lab focuses on combining neuroimaging and genetic techniques to characterize neural mechanisms associated with reward system dysfunction (e.g., addictive disorders).

  • Speech, Language, Cognition and Communication Lab

    Co-directed by Drs. Tom Campbell and Chris Dollaghan, this lab studies speech and language in children, including the factors that influence the development of speech and language skills in prevention, early identification, and treatment of speech and language disorders.

  • The Healthy Development Project

    Directed by Dr. Shayla Holub, this lab works to understand factors that promote healthy social, emotional, and physical growth in children and families.

  • The Infant Learning Project

    Directed by Dr. Melanie Spence, this lab examines what young infants learn and remember about their earliest experiences.

  • The Personality and Interpersonal Relationships (PAIR) Lab

    Directed by Dr. Rob Ackerman, this lab investigates how developmental experiences and personality traits help to shape the course and quality of interpersonal relationships, including romantic relationships, family relationships, and roommate relationships.