12:00 noon CDT | via Zoom
The first years of life are characterized by high levels of neural plasticity; environmental experiences dramatically influence development during this period, setting the foundation for brain and behavioral outcomes across the lifespan. My research centers on the importance of early caregiving experiences in terms of risk and resilience across development.
CME credit for Psychiatry Grand Rounds is only available during the live feed time and for a brief time immediately following. The code for this week's session is displayed at the opening and closing of the meeting and also in the Chair's Office Zoom Account Name during the meeting.
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™(1.00)
CE (APA) (1.00) | Attendance (1.00)
This talk can be viewed on Friday Sept 18 on Zoom at:
Sept 18 Psychiatry Grand Rounds | Humphreys
The slides can be viewed here:
Humphreys Sept 18 Slides
This talk was sponsored by the
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
This educational activity received no commercial support.
Grand Rounds Enrichment Discussion
For a deeper understanding of the topic ahead of Dr. Humphreys'talk, please join us on Wednesday September 16 on Zoom as Dr. Ariel Deutch leads a discussion on the paper:
The neglect–enrichment continuum: Characterizing variation in early caregiving environments by Lucy S. King, Kathryn L. Humphreys, Ian H. Gotlib
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Wednesday September 16, 2020 | 12 noon
Meeting ID: 986 0772 8470