Child Development Students Present Research

Students presented research in child development topics during Meredith’s annual Celebrating Student Achievement Day, on April 12, 2016.

Student researchers explored topics including the child life profession, differences in motivational strategies in K-2 and K-5 classrooms, infant attachment and maternal substance abuse, and adaptive piano lessons for children with autism.

Child development faculty Kathryn Clark and Paul Winterhoff served as faculty advisors for these research projects.

Held each April, Celebrating Student Achievement Day is an annual showcase of undergraduate student research.

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