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March 2019

A manuscript was recently accepted for publication that examined teacher-child interactions in kindergarten classrooms in the United Arab Emirates.

Antje von Suchodoletz received the Global TIES for Children’s NYU Abu Dhabi Faculty 2019 Seed Award for the project entitled "Exploring the feasibility of physiological measures in the study of caregiver-child interactions in humanitarian and fragile settings", together with Dr. Rana Dajani, Founder, and Director of We Love Reading and Professor at Hashemite University JordanThe project aims (1) to test physiological measures in the study of caregiver-child interactions in humanitarian and fragile settings, and (2) to investigate caregiver-child synchrony (or asynchrony) as physiological covariation.

February 2019

Antje von Suchodoletz presented a paper entitled “Associations between effortful and automatic aspects of self-regulation in kindergarten children” at the Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology Conference 2019 in Singapore. The paper received the Best Paper Award.

January 2019

A manuscript was recently accepted for publication that investigated teachers’ stress in the context of lower-middle-income countries:

Shanzey Altaf joined the Teaching, Learning, and Development Lab as a research assistant. Welcome, Shanzey! Her focus will be in the Eyes@Home project, studying parenting and joint attention during mother-child interactions across different cultures.

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