March 21 – 23, 2024
Countdown to Pasadena
Statement of solidarity with trans and LGBTQIA+ youth
At the Cognitive Development Society, we stand in strong support of the LGBTQIA+ community. As scholars working to understand and improve the lives of children through the study of cognitive development, we are profoundly disappointed to see the recent political efforts targeting LGBTQ+ children and in particular, transgender children, and to observe elected leaders encouraging or even mandating that doctors, parents, and teachers violate best practices in medicine and child development…
CDS 2022 Announcement
Dear CDS members and future conference attendees,
We are writing to update you about our 2022 conference plan. First, thanks to the more than 600 of you who replied to the survey about your preferences! As with most things these days, our membership was split about their preferences, but more people were interested in an in-person event than not. Respondents were especially eager for an in-person event with some safety precautions in place (e.g., requiring vaccination and masks)….
CDS Anti-Asian Racism and Discrimination Statement
We express our deep concern about recent horrific acts targeting Asian and Asian Americans. Anti-Asian racism and discrimination has been on the rise in the U.S., with 3,795 hate incidents reported in the last year alone according to the Stop AAPI Hate national report…
Social Justice Bibliography
We are pleased to announce a new resource available to the CDS community: we have compiled an annotated bibliography offering literature that contributes to our understanding of how racial prejudices develop…
CDS BLM Statement
At CDS, we write with sadness and outrage over the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others in recent and not-so-recent American history. That the present moment is occurring in tandem with COVID-19, which has disproportionately…
Cognitive Development Society
The Cognitive Development Society aims to provide a unified voice for the wide range of scholars, practitioners, and others who are interested in change and continuity in the intellectual processes that support mental life.