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Supported Projects        

F31 - Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
1F31HD078130-01A1 SPAMPINATO, DANNY ADRIAN
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
UNDERSTANDING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF THE CEREBELLUM ON HUMAN MOTOR LEARNING

F32 - Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
1F32HD079143-01 MACKEY, ALLYSON
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
STRESS EFFECTS ON CHILDHOOD BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
1F32HD079169-01 SAYGIN, ZEYNEP
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
HOW CONNECTIVITY DETERMINES FUNCTION IN THE MATURE AND DEVELOPING HUMAN BRAIN

K08 - Clinical Investigator Award

Project Number Description
5K08HD068545-04 BARTH, AMY ELIZABETH
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA
LANGUAGE, COGNITIVE, AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN READING COMPREHENSION

K23 - Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Devel Awd

Project Number Description
5K23HD063261-05 VAN DEN BERG, PATRICIA AMY
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BR GALVESTON
UNHEALTHY WEIGHT CONTROL BEHAVIORS AND OBESITY IN HISPANIC AND NON-HISPANIC GIRLS
5K23HD071971-02 LOE, IRENE M
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN PRESCHOOLERS: CHARACTERISTICS AND RESPONSE TO TREATMENT

P01 - Research Program Projects

Project Number Description
2P01HD040605-11A1 GOLDIN-MEADOW, SUSAN J
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
ENVIROMENTAL & BIOLOGICAL VARIATION AND LANGUAGE GROWTH

P50 - Specialized Center

Project Number Description
5P50HD027802-23 OLSON, RICHARD K
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN LEARNING DISABILITIES
5P50HD052117-08 FLETCHER, JACK M
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
LEARNING DISABILITIES RESEARCH CENTER
5P50HD071764-03 BERNINGER, VIRGINIA WISE
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
DEFINING AND TREATING WRITTEN LANGUAGE DISABILITIES

R00 - Research Transition Award

Project Number Description
5R00HD059943-05 NEPHEW, BENJAMIN C
TUFTS UNIVERSITY BOSTON
VASOPRESSIN AND MATERNAL BEHAVIOR

R01 - Research Project

Project Number Description
1R01HD071937-01A1 GARRISON, MICHELLE MARIAN
SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
HEALTHY SLEEP INTERVENTION FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
1R01HD075800-01A1 GOLDINGER, STEPHEN D
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS
COGNITIVE LOAD IN THE BILINGUAL BRAIN: INSIGHTS FROM DECOUPLED READING
1R01HD078561-01 TAKAHASHI OKI, EMI
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CORPORATION
DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN CONNECTIVITY IN HUMAN FETUS, NEWBORN, AND TODDLER AGES
2R01HD053000-06A1 GILMORE, JOHN H
UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
EARLY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT IN ONE AND TWO YEAR OLDS
2R01HD059794-06 ROTHMAN, RUSSELL L.
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MED CTR
ROLE OF PARENT HEALTH LITERACY IN EARLY CHILD OBESITY AND OTHER HEALTH OUTCOMES
5R01HD028675-19 SMITH, LINDA B
INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON
THE SHAPE BIAS IN EARLY WORD LEARNING
5R01HD044454-09 PLOMIN, ROBERT
KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
GENETICS, SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD049681-07 SWINGLEY, DANIEL
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
CONTRIBUTIONS OF INFANT LEARNING TO LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
5R01HD051030-10 FERREIRA, VIC S
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
SYNTACTIC FLEXIBILITY IN LANGUAGE PRODUCTION
5R01HD051698-08 MACWHINNEY, BRIAN
CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY
A SHARED DATABASE FOR THE STUDY OF PHONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD064638-04 MILLER, VICTORIA ALLISON
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PARENT-CHILD COLLABORATION IN CF AND TYPE 1 DIABETES
5R01HD065829-04 LEVY, ROGER PHILIP
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
LINGUISTIC PROCESSES IN SENTENCE COMPREHENSION AND READING
5R01HD067312-04 GABRIELI, JOHN
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
USING COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE TO PREDICT DYSLEXIA AMONG KINDERGARDEN CHILDREN
5R01HD067500-05 GURYAN, JONATHAN
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
A RANDOMIZED STUDY TO ABATE TRUANCY & VIOLENCE IN GRADES 3 TO 9
5R01HD067581-04 LOCKMAN, JEFFREY J.
TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA
ORIGINS OF HAND-MOUTH COORDINATION: OBJECTS TO TOOLS
5R01HD068298-03 ECCLES, JACQUELYNNE S
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
HEALTH TRAJECTORIES FROM AGE 12-32: DISPARITIES, DISCRIMINATION, & SOCIALIZATION
5R01HD070720-03 MURRAY, LAURA K.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF WAYS TO IMPROVE OVC HIV PREVENTION AND WELL BEING
5R01HD072074-02 XU, DUAN
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
TOWARDS BABY BRAIN CONNECTOME: A STUDY OF NEWBORN BRAIN NETWORKS
5R01HD072778-02 PERRIN, ELLEN
TUFTS MEDICAL CENTER
COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF DEVELOPMENTAL-BEHAVIORAL SCREENING INSTRUMENTS
5R01HD073288-02 VAN DYKE, JULIE A
HASKINS LABORATORIES, INC.
RETRIEVAL INTERFERENCE IN SKILLED AND UNSKILLED READING COMPREHSENSION
5R01HD073430-02 EIRALDI, RICARDO B.
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
TARGETING SCHOOL CLIMATE AND CHILDREN?S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IN URBAN SCHOOLS
5R01HD074594-02 ZHU, MOTAO
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
DO CELL PHONE LAWS REDUCE CALLING, TEXTING, AND CRASHES AMONG YOUNG DRIVERS?
5R01HD074949-02 SSEWAMALA, FRED M
COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK MORNINGSIDE
EVALUATING A YOUTH FOCUSED ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT APPROACH TO HIV TREATMENT
5R01HD074977-02 COHEN, MARDGE H
HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH
IMPROVING ADHERENCE AMONG HIV+ RWANDAN YOUTH: A TI-CBTE INDIGENOUS LEADER MODEL

R03 - Small Research Grants

Project Number Description
5R03HD074731-02 WANG, MING-TE
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
UNDERSTANDING INDIVIDUAL AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER CHOICES

R21 - Exploratory/Developmental Grants

Project Number Description
1R21HD074987-01A1 RHEE, KYUNG E
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
PROMOTING CHILD INHIBITORY CONTROL SKILLS AROUND FOOD
1R21HD075960-01A1 SCHWEBEL, DAVID C
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM
A WEBSITE TO TEACH CHILDREN SAFETY WITH DOGS: DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION
1R21HD076430-01A1 WAGNER, CHRISTINE K
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY
SYNTHETIC PROGESTIN EXPOSURE & MESOCORTICAL DOPAMINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

R37 - Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) Award

Project Number Description
5R37HD037466-14 SAFFRAN, JENNY R
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
STATISTICAL LEARNING IN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

U01 - Research Project (Cooperative Agreements)

Project Number Description
5U01HL097839-05 REYNOLDS, KIM DANIEL
CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
HABITUAL & NEUROCOGONITIVE PROCESSES IN ADOLESCENT OBESITY PREVENTION
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Last Updated Date: 11/30/2012
Last Reviewed Date: 11/30/2012

Contact Information

Name: Lisa Freund
Branch Chief
Child Development and Behavior Branch
Phone: 301-435-6879
Email: freundl@mail.nih.gov

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