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Fellow Voices

Oct 27, 2017

In this new addition to the Academy Newsletter, our goal is to illuminate the work and accomplishments of ZERO TO THREE's Fellows.

Browse citations of recently published articles, chapters, and books from our fellows; titles of recent keynote and other conference presentations; promotions, fellowships, and other leadership achievements in which you are a “voice of influence” for babies, young children, and families. Please use the “Contribute To Our Next Issue” link below to submit your information for inclusion in the newsletter.


Articles:

  • Laszewski, A. (2017) Reflections on using an adaptive leadership approach to respond to the needs of pregnant and postpartum women. ZERO TO THREE Journal, 38(1), 41–45.

  • Gaffrey M. S., Barch D. M., Bogdan R., Farris K., Petersen S. E., & Luby J. L. (in press). Amygdala reward reactivity mediates the association between preschool stress response and depression severity. Biological Psychiatry. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2017.08.020


Books:

  • Barr, R., & Linebarger, D. N. (Eds.). (2017). Media exposure during infancy and early childhood: The effects of content and context on learning and development (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45102-2

  • Mass, M. (2010). In the best interests of the child—Loss and suffering in adoption proceedings. Tel Aviv, Israel: Resling (English translation to be published by Berghahn in April 2018, US, and May 2018, UK.)

  • Goble, C. (2017). Infant-toddler social studies: Activities to develop a sense of self. Saint Paul, MN: Redleaf Press


Book Chapter:


Promotion:

  • Katherine (Kate) Rosenblum—promoted to Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan and recently awarded funding to implement a randomized controlled trial of infant mental health home visiting, in partnership with the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.


Award:

  • Abel Covarrubias—recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Hispanic in Healthcare Award by TU Revisita Hispanic Heritage Group celebrating and honoring individuals who have demonstrated exceptional achievement, made significant contributions, and have been influential in the public or private sectors serving Doña Ana County in southern New Mexico. Click here for the press release.


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