Exploring the effect of AMIRA LEARNING in Reducing Reading Anxiety and Improving Reading Ability in Mexican Children
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on elementary-school children reading performance
The effect of California's Universal Pre-K on child development: Evidence from an Academic-Industry partnership
Putting the individual first: Capturing individual differences in feedback processing during educational tasks
Developing (in Partnership with the NGO War Child Holland) a Technology-Supported Savoring and Sleep Module to Promote Resilience in Ukrainian Adolescents
Exploring the Efficacy of AI Reading Technologies for Blind Parents and their Children
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Our research builds capacity to support translational science that not only moves the field forward but speaks to the real needs and priorities of corporate, start-up, non-profit, and governmental agencies.
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Our collaboration works across disciplinary and organizational boundaries, this network is shaping the next phase of research, innovation, and evidence-based commercial products in this space.
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Meet Candice Odgers
“I’m interested in finding ways that youth from diverse backgrounds can use social media to empower themselves and improve their mental health and development.” – Maya Hernandez
Applications are being taken for two postdoctoral positions. The postdoctoral fellows will work with Drs. Candice Odgers, Gillian Hayes and Stephen Schueller on projects that span developmental, clinical and computer science.
CERES affiliates will be invited to CERES exclusive events, have access to researcher drop-in hours and be invited to create their own drop-in hours, be able to participate in joint funding calls, host interns, and otherwise engage with the CERES efforts.