THE CENTER FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PATHWAYS FROM

CHILDHOOD TO ADULTHOOD

~CAPCA~

CAPCA Presentations

2009

2008

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2008, August). The influence of parentís education, behaviors, and beliefs on childrenís academic success. Invited talk, School of Social Science. University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.

2007

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2007, January). Developing academic success: The role of parentís education, beliefs, and behaviors. Invited talk, University of Miami Psychology Colloquium. Miami, FL.

2006

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2006, October). Developing academic success: The role of parentís education, beliefs, and behaviors. Invited talk, Center for Human Growth and Development seminar on Social Disparities, Development, & Health. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E., & Sexton, H.R. (2006, March). Joining the controversy: What does the PSID-CDS have to say about the influence of child care on child development. Invited talk , Panel Study of Income Dynamics-CDS Seminar Series, Institute for Social Research. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

2005

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2005, November). Changes in the relation of beliefs and behaviors across development. Invited talk, Combined Program in Education and Psychology Colloquium. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2005, March). I think, therefore I act: The relation of beliefs and behaviors across development and the importance of age-related shifts. Invited talk, Social/Personaliby Brown Bag, Psychology Department. Michigan State University, Lansing, MI.


2004

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2004, October). The influence of parent education on child outcomes: The mediating role of parentsí beliefs and behaviors. Invited talk, Panel Study of Income Dynamics-CDS Seminar Series, Institute for Social Research. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2004, October). I think, therefore I act: The relation of beliefs and behaviors across development and the importance of age-related shifts. Invited talk, Developmental Brown Bag, Psychology Department. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2004, October). The influence of parent education and family income on child achievement: The indirect role of parental expectations and the home environment. Invited talk, Research Center for Group Dynamics Fall Seminar, Institute for Social Research. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2004, September). I think, therefore I act: The relation of beliefs and behaviors across development and the importance of age-related shifts. Invited talk, Wittenberg College. Springfield, OH.

  • Davis-Kean, P.E. (2004, July). The influence of parent education and family income on child achievement: The indirect role of parental expectations and the home environment. Invited talk, Roundtable on the Intergenerational Transmission of educational Success. Institute of Education, University of London, UK.

  • The Influence of Parentsí Educational Attainment on Child Outcomes Participants: Pamela Davis-Kean, Leon Feinstein, Katherine Magnuson, Eric Dubow, and Jacque Eccles (discussant)

  • Development from Middle Childhood through Middle Adulthood in Two Countries: Data from the Columbia County Longitudinal Study (U.S.) and the Jyvaskyla Longitudinal Study of Personality and Social Development (Finland) Participants: L. Rowell Huesmann, Lea Pulkkinen, Eric Dubow, Katja Kokko, Paul Boxer , and Debra Pepler (discussant)