2012 Symposium Presentations

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4

TOPIC: Welcome and Opening Remarks
SPEAKERS: Mark Schurr & Darcia Narvaez: Human Evolution and Human Development

TOPIC: The Prosocial Side of Animal Behavior and the Role of Empathy
SPEAKER: Frans de Waal, Emory University
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5

TOPIC: Introduction to the Conference
SPEAKER: Julie Braungart-Rieker, Director, Center for Children and Families
SPEAKER: Darcia Narvaez, Program chair
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TOPIC: Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods: Learning to Trust and Give in the Context of Death and Divorce
SPEAKER: Barry Hewlett, Washington State University, Vancouver
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TOPIC: Mother’s Milk & Organization of the Infant’s Behavioral Phenotype
SPEAKER: Katherine Hinde, Harvard University

TOPIC: Socioendocrinology and Models of Allocare in Human Evolution
SPEAKER: Lee Gettler, Department of Anthropology Notre Dame
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TOPIC: Epigenetic Pathways Linking Parental Effects to Offspring Development
SPEAKER: Frances Champagne, Columbia University
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TOPIC: Are we violating evolved, expected caregiving and does it matter?
SPEAKER: Darcia Narvaez, Psychology Department, Notre Dame
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TOPIC: James McKenna, Discussant

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6

TOPIC: The Role of Play in the Development of Social and Emotional Competence: Hunter-Gatherers, 1950s America, and Now
SPEAKER: Peter Gray, Boston College

TOPIC: Child Maltreatment and Early Mother-Child Interactions
SPEAKER: Kristin Valentino, Psychology Department, Notre Dame

TOPIC: From the Emergent Drama of Interpretation to Enscreenment
SPEAKER: Eugene Halton, Sociology Department, University of Notre Dame
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TOPIC: When Love Goes Awry: Varieties of Adaptation in the Early Attachment Relationship
SPEAKER: Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Harvard
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TOPIC: Childhood Trauma and the Development of the Self: Clinical and Neuroimaging Perspectives
SPEAKER: Ruth Lanius, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario

TOPIC: General discussion with speakers
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7

TOPIC: Applying what we know to community interventions
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