Manfred Diehl, distinguished professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at CSU, has published a new book to help graduate students and professionals better understand aging.
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A recent CSU pilot study aimed to develop and evaluate occupational therapy in an equine environment for youth with autism.
Gloria Luong, an assistant professor in Human Development and Family Studies, has investigated how Chinese Americans and European Americans choose different coping strategies in response to a social conflict stressor that may either pay off immediately or in the long run.
Emily Schworer is setting the stage for high-level transitional work, as she will use her training to identify targets for intervention and then develop creative new intervention approaches to foster more adaptive outcomes in the Down syndrome population.
The CSU Early Childhood Center has put together a list of activities that you can do with your child in nature to enjoy this exceptional time of the year.
Meredith Naughton is a new assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University.
The history of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies has always been ingrained in Colorado State University’s Land Grant mission. Our department’s three-part mission of research, education/training, and outreach/extension has come alive throughout the years.
The American Psychological Association has awarded a grant to the department to support research assistantships in its labs during the summer of 2020. The purpose of the APA Summer Undergraduate Psychology Research Experience (SUPRE) Grants is to provide talented undergraduates who have little or no prior laboratory experience with the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of how scientific research is conducted.