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Project Title Parenting and Children’s Development among Immigrant Families
Faculty Mentor Linda Cote-Reilly
Academic Department Psychology
Contact Information Office location: Rowley Hall; linda.cote-reilly@marymount.edu
Appropriate Majors Psychology
Position Availability Fall, spring, summer (ongoing)
Description In collaboration with the Child and Family Research Section, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NIH), Dr. Cote-Reilly conducts research on how mothers' ideas about parenting and interactions with their infants influence their infants’ social, cognitive, physical, and emotional development at 5 months of age, and infants’ cognitive development at 13 and 20 months of age. NOTE: NICHD (located in Bethesda, MD, 18 miles from Marymount’s campus) accepts 3 interns per semester (including summer) to work on this or other projects. See more information.
Date Posted October 14, 2010