Corriveau and Kurkul Present at SRCD Biennial Conference in Seattle
Professor Kathleen Corriveau will be presenting at the Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Conference. SED graduate student Kate Kurkul will also be presenting at the conference. The SRCD biennial conference will be held April 18 to 20, 2013 in Seattle, Washington.
Professor Corriveau received the Early Career Travel Award from the SRCD to travel to the biennial conference, awarded to only 30 early career Society members internationally.
Professor Corriveau will be presenting on two papers she has co-authored: Accuracy Trumps Accent in Children’s Endorsement of Object Labels and Judgment About Fact and Fiction by Children From Religious and Non-Religious Backgrounds. Kurkul will present on her paper, co-authored with Professor Corriveau, titled Preschoolers’ Preference for Syntactic Complexity Varies by Socioeconomic Status.
Papers co-authored by Corriveau will also be presented by her colleagues. Visit the conference program page to learn about all the conference presentations.
The SRCD Biennial Conference aims to help participants develop professional through various presentations, lectures, and meetings. Additionally, “there are numerous formal and informal opportunities for networking and learning about the latest developments in the field.”
The SRCD was formed in 1933 as an organization “to facilitate such coordination and integration and to assist in the dissemination of research findings” in the field of child development. Learn more about SRCD here.