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Welcome to the Department of Human Development
Faculty and students in the Department conduct research on fundamental issues in human development, human cognition, and measurement and applied statistics, to increase scientific knowledge in these areas and to help solve educational and social problems.
Current research in the Department emphasizes cognitive approaches to measurement and assessment, learning environments for the digital age, and the cognitive, social, and a neuroscience bases of learning and development.
Measurement, Evaluation, & Statistics
MS, Ed.M, Ed.D, Ph.D
Connect With Human Development
Kim Noble Counters Ben Carson's Statement That Poverty is a "Certain Mindset"
May 30, 2017
Xiaodong Lin is Special Keynote Speaker at National Conference of Mathematics Teachers
April 18, 2017
TC’s Brooks-Gunn Recommends Expansion of Federal Early Childhood Programs at House Committee Hearing
March 21, 2017
Dr. Kim Noble in Scientific American: If Poverty Affects a Child’s Brain Function, Would Stipends to Parents Help Prevent Harm?
March 07, 2017
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Department Chair: Professor James Corter
Contact Person: Lenore Karo, Director of Academic Administration
Phone: (212) 678-3310 * Fax: (212) 678-3837 * Email: email@example.com
Address: 453 Grace Dodge Hall
Box Number: 118