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Tuesday, February 25  
12:00 Noon - 1:00pm

CHGD Commons Room, 10th Floor
300 North Ingalls Building


"Why do Latino Teens Help their Family and What Does it Mean for their Development"


Andrew Fuligni
Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles


Lunch Provided
Adolescents from Latin American backgrounds generally spend more time helping and assisting their families than teenagers from other groups. In this talk, I will describe a multi-disciplinary program of research in which we have examined the sources of this helping behavior as well as the implications of family assistance for other aspects of psychological and behavioral development, focusing on the role of economic resources, cultural identity, the psychological meaning of assistance, and neural development during adolescence.

Tuesday, February 25
3:00-4:00pm
Educational Conference Center, Room 1840
School of Social Work Building


U-M Panel on Fathers, Fathering and Fatherhood:
Interdisciplinary Seminar on Research, Paradigms, and Possibilities

 

"STRoNG Dads: Military Fathers of Young Children Parenting post-Development"

Kate Rosenblum
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Assoc. Research Scientist, Center for Human
Growth and Development

 

"Becoming a Better Man:  How Formerly Incarcerated Fathers Draw on Good Parenting Narratives to 'Make Good'"

Reuben Miller
Assistant Professor
School of Social Work

 

"Through Daughters' Eyes:  Race and Gender Ideals in Black Daughter-Father Relationships"

Maria S. Johnson
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Center for the Education of Women


 

 

 


Kate Rosenblum

Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and
Assoc. Research Scientist, Center for Human
Growth and Development


 

Reuben Miller

Assistant Professor
School of Social Work

 

Maria S. Johnson

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for
the Education of Women
Funding provided by the Rackham Graduate School, Office of Research,
Center for Human Growth and Development (Rauner Family Foundation), School of Social Work,
Department of Sociology, and the Center for Ethnicity, Culture and Health in the School of Public Health