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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Board on Children Youth and  Families
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
  Meeting 2 - Committee on the Neurobiological and Socio-behavioral Science of Adolescent Development and Its Applications
Video Archive and Presentations

Welcome and Brief Introductions
Emily Backes, Study Director 

Youth Voices
Moderator: Susan V. Mangold, Juvenile Law Center (committee member)

Youth Voices Q&A
Moderator: Susan V. Mangold, Juvenile Law Center (committee member)
Panel 1 - Inequality as Nuanced Processes: Exclusion, Trauma, and Social Capital
Linda Burton, Duke University
Panel 1 - Lives Still in Limbo: UnDACAmented and Navigating Difficult Transitions
Roberto G. Gonzales, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Panel 1 - The new queer teenager: Sexuality & gender identity diversity in the twenty-first century
Phil Hammack, University of California, Santa Cruz
Panel 1 - Teaching Youth to Fly: Positive adolescent development in the context of ethnic-racial diversity
Diane Hughes, New York University
Panel 1 - Powerful Youth, Powerful Communities: The Youth Development Benefits of Community Organizing
Roderick J. Watts, City University of New York
Panel 1 Q&A
Moderator: Joanna Lee Williams, University of Virginia (committee member)
Panel 2 - Adolescence: Sensitive Period of Brain Development
Uma Rao, University of California, Irvine
Panel 2 - Neurobiological Change & Sociocultural Experience during Adolescence
Andrew J. Fuligni, University of California, Los Angeles
Panel 2 - Biological and Neurological Processes of Adolescence
Russell Romeo, Barnard College
Panel 2 - Adolescent brain development & plasticity: Implications for education
Allyson Mackey, University of Pennsylvania
Panel 2 Q&A
Moderator: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of California, Irvine (committee member)
Panel 3 - Growing up Digital: Implications of Living, Communicating, and Learning with Technology for Adolescent Development
Kaveri Subrahmanyam, California State Los Angeles
Panel 3 - Millennials: The Impact of IT
Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine
Panel 3 - Bridging the new digital divide: Adolescents’ access, experiences, and effects
Candice Odgers, Duke University
Panel 3 - Adolescent Peer Relationships And Adjustment in the Digital Age
Jacqueline Nesi, Brown University
Panel 3 Q&A 
Moderator: Mesmin Destin, Northwestern University (committee member)
Panel 4 - Working together to Improve Youth Outcomes
Cheri Hoffman, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Panel 4
Seema Gajwani, D.C. Office of the Attorney General
Panel 4 - Strengthening the Steps to Success
Tammy Fields, Palm Beach County Youth Services Department
Panel 4 - System Partnerships for Youth Success
Robert Sainz, Economic and Workforce Development Department, City of Los Angeles
Panel 4 - Iowa Collaboration for Youth Development
Steve Michael, Iowa Collaboration for Youth Development
Panel 4 Q&A
Moderator: Claire Brindis, University of California, San Francisco

Reflections from Youth
Moderator: Richard Bonnie, University of Virginia (committee chair)


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