Pictured, left to right: Sam Melching (Act for kids), Katrina Lines (Act for kids), Kaye Pickering (Act for kids), Melanie Zimmer-Gembeck (Griffith University), Dianne Shanley (Griffith University), Codi White (Griffith University) Today we celebrated all the successes of our collaborative Griffith University – James Cook University – Queensland Uni of Technology – Act for Kids … More Emmy Project focuses on teaching child protective behaviors: A collaboration of Griffith University, James Cook University, Queensland University of Technology, and Act for Kids
New paper from the Zlab and the Act for Kids Research project: White, C., Shanley, D., Zimmer-Gembeck, M. J., Walsh, K., & Hawkins, R. (2018). “Tell, tell, tell again”: The Prevalence and correlates of young children’s response to and disclosure of an in-vivo lure from a stranger. Child Abuse & Neglect, 82, 134-143. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.06.001. Despite … More What explains children’s responses to a lure from a stranger?
The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development biennial conference and meetings were just held on the Gold Coast from 15-19 July 2018. The mission of ISSBD is to promote scientific research on human development throughout the lifespan and application of relevant findings in the world. ISSBD currently has more than 1000 members … More ISSBD 2018 on the Gold Coast