Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology

This year's Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology, Early Life Adversity, Stress, and Neurobehavioral Development, will run Oct. 24-25 in the Cowles Auditorium.

The Minnesota Symposium is a biennial meeting on a selected topic in the study of developmental psychology. All lectures are free and open to the public. Continuing education credits are not available for the event.

Date: Oct. 24-25
Location: Humphrey School of Public Affairs Cowles Auditorium

To see the full symposium agenda and to RSVP, visit the Institute of Child Development site.

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