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In Memoriam: Sandra Trehub

In Memoriam: Sandra Trehub

We are greatly saddened by the passing of Sandra Trehub. Born in 1938, she died peacefully at her home on 20 January 2023. Sandra was a trailblazer. Her research focusing on auditory pattern perception in infancy and early childhood single-handedly started...

Translating Research to Practice and Policy

Translating Research to Practice and Policy

by Ron Seifer     Most of us in ICIS conduct basic behavioral research. Many of us aspire to see our research have impact beyond the community of those who read reports in scientific journals. Becoming effective in translating research into practice and/or...

Going the Extra Mile (or 1000 Miles) to Represent Infants

Going the Extra Mile (or 1000 Miles) to Represent Infants

Lessons learned from implementing neurodevelopmental research in The Gambia, West Africa by Sam McCann     Convenience sampling has been ingrained in developmental psychology since its inception. In fact, the very first researchers in this field used the...

Growing up in developmental cascades: A trainee perspective

Growing up in developmental cascades: A trainee perspective

by Joshua L. Schneider and Kelsey L. West     The theoretical framework of developmental cascades has taken a firm foothold among infancy researchers. Indeed, it was the theme of this year’s ICIS meeting with not one, but two presidential addresses (Lisa...

Tips and Tricks for Maximizing your ICIS Conference Enjoyment!

Tips and Tricks for Maximizing your ICIS Conference Enjoyment!

by Jessica A. Sommerville     Greetings conference goers! Believe it or not, ICIS 2022 is almost here.  We share your excitement and trepidation in attending what might be your first in-person conferences since the start of the pandemic! If you are like us,...

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