Tools of the Trade

Autism and Development

Autism and Development

by Daniel Messinger and Alyssa Viggiano(Jointly authored; written from Daniel’s perspective) Autism is a common and sometimes debilitating neurodevelopmental disorder whose symptoms typically emerge in the first three years of life. By focusing on three areas of...

ICIS Webinar Recap: Cutting-Edge Approaches in Developmental EEG

ICIS Webinar Recap: Cutting-Edge Approaches in Developmental EEG

Developmental electroencephalography (EEG) is a constantly evolving field with researchers actively exploring cutting-edge approaches to studying brain development. One novel approach involves looking at live, naturalistic interactions by measuring changes in an...

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...

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...