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January

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Larry W. Hawk, professor in the Dept. of Psychology and director at the Center for Children and Families at University at Buffalo

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Robert Zucker, professor of Psychology in Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Michigan.

February

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Thomas Ollendick, distinguished professor at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Julie B. Schweitzer, professor at the University of California Davis MIND Institute

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

Enjoy a night on the town, catch a movie, grab a bite to eat, or just enjoy a nice evening of peace and quiet. This will be a fun and game-filled evening for your children and they won't want it to end!  Oh, and don't worry about dinner. We've got you covered! Feel confident that your kids are safe, having fun, and being well-provided for by your favorite CCF Staff.

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Venue:Center for Children and Families- AHC 1, room 135

The best gift for your baby is a happy marriage. Learn effective tools for staying connected as a couple during the transition into parenthood.

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Venue:AHC 1 - 110 Center for Children and Families

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Mark Brandon, assistant professor and Canada Research Chair in the Psychiatry department at McGill University in Montreal, Canada

March

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This Speaker Series talk is presented by Dr. Ted Beauchaine, professor in the Department of Psychology at The Ohio State University.

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Venue:WC 130

Dr. Frederick L. Oswald, president-elect of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) will be giving a talk about the open science movement, spurred on by the recent "replication crisis" in psychology, which strives to improve research and publication practices.

April

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This free Speaker Series talk is being presented by Dr. Anil Chacko, associate professor at New York University.

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Venue:Center for Children and Families-AHC 1, Room 110

This free Speaker Series talk is being presented by Dr. Peter Mundy, Lisa Capps Professor of Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Education in the Department of Psychiatry and the MIND Institute at the University of California at Davis.

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Venue:AHC-1, Room 110

This talk describes the design of HRSA-funded intervention, a phone application called Háblame Bebé, to reduce the word gap and to promote bilingualism.