• What are the implications of this knowledge for prevention, health promotion, and treatment interventions?

 

Discussion and Q & A

10:15 am

Family and Sibling Influences and Interventions

 

Committee Member Facilitator

Laurence Steinberg

 

Presenters

Rand D. Conger, Ph.D., Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, The Family Research Group, University of California, Davis

 

Nancy A. Gonzales, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Program for Prevention Research, Arizona State University

 

  • What do we know about family influences on adolescent risk behavior?

  • How can this knowledge inform family-based prevention, health promotion, and treatment interventions with adolescents?

 

Discussion and Q & A

11:30 pm

Peer Influences and Interventions

 

Committee Member Facilitator

B. Bradford Brown, Ph.D., Department of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin

 

Presenters

Mitchell J. Prinstein, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Kenneth A. Dodge, Ph.D., William McDougall Professor of Public Policy Studies; Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience; and Director, Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University

 

  • What do we know about peer influences on adolescent risk behavior?



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