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BBI QED Talk: "The Enduring Influence of Infant Temperament Across Development"
Monday, May 11, 2020
4:00 p.m.
For More Information:
https://go.umd.edu/QED_5-11-20

 
The Brain and Behavior Initiative is excited to announce a new virtual seminar series tailor-made for the coming months: BBI QED (Quarantine EDucation) Talks, a "TED"-style seminar series for scholars and non-experts alike that takes place Mondays at 4PM.
 
Our next event, "The Enduring Influence of Infant Temperament Across Development," features Distinguished University Professor Nathan Fox (HDQM) and will be held on Monday, May 11 at 4PM. Please use the following Google form to submit in advance any questions you might have for our presenter, and see Prof. Fox's recent publication about this topic in PNAS for a preview of his talk.
 
About:
QED Talks are meant to bring us together during this time when we are separated physically: a series of short, topically-diverse presentations followed by a Q&A, the QED Talks intend to educate through inquiry and endeavor to apply research about the brain and its behavioral outputs to your everyday life.
 

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