International Congress of Infant Studies
Our vision is a world in which policies and practices that impact infants are grounded in scientific research on infant learning and development so that all infants thrive in supportive contexts.
ICIS is committed to advancing the understanding of infant learning and development across the globe through the creation, dissemination and promotion of leading edge science.
The business of the ICIS board and its activities will be openly shared with the membership. A summary of approved board meeting minutes will be posted in the member-only area of the website.
Letter to NIH Regarding Clinical Trials
Letter to NIH Regarding Clinical Trials ICIS has written the following letter to NIH regarding Clinical Trials. Please read through the letter and let NIH know your thoughts regarding their change in policy. Special thank you to Lisa Oakes for drafting the response....
Abstract Submission now open until Dec 18, 2020
t of the participants also belonged to the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), the infant-focused meeting was planned so as to meet in the off-year from the SRCD biennial meeting. The Committee met biannually in this way for about the next...
American University, Psychology: Open rank faculty
Dear colleagues, Please see attached for an Open rank faculty position in Psychology at American University with a specialization in human neuroscience: http://apply.interfolio.com/67455. To ensure full consideration, application...
New Journal issue is available!
We at the<em> International Congress of Infant Studies</em>, <em>the Cognitive Development Society</em> and the <em>International Society for Developmental Psychobiology</em> hold that the pursuit of knowledge embodied by science...