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Lois Bloom Lecture

The Child Study Center's Lois Bloom Lecture is made possible by a gift from Dr. Lois Masket Bloom, '56 Arts and Letters and a Distinguished Alumna of Penn State, and Edward Lee Thorndike Professor Emeritus, Teachers College, Columbia University. This lectureship fund supports lectures by outstanding experts in the field of child studies with a special emphasis on early child development.

ADHD: Endophenotypes, environmental risk factors, and causal models

Joel T. Nigg, Ph.D.

Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Behavioral Neuroscience & Genetics
Director, Division of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health & Science University

October 8, 2009

The Child Study Center's 2009 Lois Bloom Lecture

Pediatric Anxiety: Current and Future Approaches to Therapeutics

Daniel S. Pine, M.D.

Chief, Section on Developmental and Affective Neuroscience
Chief, Child and Adolescent Research in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
National Institute of Mental Health, Division of Intramural Research Programs

September 18, 2008

The Child Study Center's 2008 Lois Bloom Lecture

Childhood Behavior Problems: Where Do They Reside and What Do They Reflect?

Robert Marvin, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, University of Virginia Health System
Department of Psychiatric Medicine, Child and Family Psychiatry

September 20, 2007

The Child Study Center's 2007 Lois Bloom Lecture

Order and Disorder in the Emotional Brain

Richard Davidson, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology
University of Wisconsin, Waisman Center

September 21, 2006

The Child Study Center's 2006 Lois Bloom Lecture

Explaining Developmental Transition in Infancy

Joseph Campos, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology
University of California, Berkeley

September 22, 2005
The Child Study Center's 2005 Lois Bloom Lecture