Div. 7 seeks input on COVID-19

In this survey, Div. 7 seeks suggests and recommendations from members about how developmental psychologists can support human development during the pandemic.

About us

Div. 7 provides a professional home for developmental psychologists. By supporting research and the academic and professional growth of students, early career psychologists and seasoned professionals, Div. 7 advances the understanding of human development in both applied and public policy settings.

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Student and Career Information

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Catherine A. Haden

President's message

At the start of my term as president of Div. 7, I think about the tremendous impacts of COVID-19—including the ways it has affected research, education, children and families and how the pandemic has laid bare longstanding racial and economic injustices. Although I have hope for a better 2021, it is clear just wishing will not make it so. What can we do? For Div. 7, here are some of my ideas, and I invite our members to reach out with their own.

 
 

Great leaders

Div. 7 honors current leaders in the field as well as those who have passed.

Claire B. Kopp, PhD

In Memorium

Div. 7 remembers the legacies of leaders in developmental psychology. We are currently honoring the memory of Claire B. Kopp, PhD.

 
 
Andrew N. Meltzoff, PhD

Great leaders

Div. 7 honors pioneers in developmental psychology. We are currently featuring the accomplishments of Andrew Meltzoff, PhD.

 
 

Developmental psychology news and events

Publications

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Info about Kids

This resource, an ongoing collaboration of the Consortium for Science-Based Information on Children, Youth and Families, promotes healthy child and family development by highlighting science-based information for those who care for or work with children.

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Child and Family Blog

This blog focuses on research into cognitive, social, and emotional development, and family dynamics, as well as the transformation of this research into policy and practice.

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Additional information

Student and early career resources

To assist students and early career psychologists, Div. 7 maintains information about graduate programs, job lists and more.

Learn more

To learn more about the division and developmental psychology, please explore the division’s about page.

Contact

For all other questions and comments, please contact Div. 7.