Presentations by CDMC@LA at Academic Conferences
Patricia Greenfield gave a presentation on recent media technology and human development for an international research meeting on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the laboratory of social interaction at veracruz university at Xalapa, Mexico. The title is From Interpesonal Communication to Writing to Electronic Communication: Effects on Social Development.
Subrahmanyam presented on Gender and Electronic Media at the Gender Development research conference, San Francisco, CA, April 15, 2010.
Greenfield spoke at the Lab School of Washington’s 15th Annual Scientific Research Conference, Friday October 22, 2010. The title of her presentation was Social Networking, Mental Health and Human Development.
Subrahmanyam, spoke at The University Club, San Gabriel Valley Psychology Association, October 1, 2010. The topic of her talk was called Wired Teens.
Subrahmanyam gave a presentation titled Wired Teens: Developmental Implications of Living Life Online. The talk took place at the 9th annual Skip Hinchman Memorial Symposium
Subrahmanyam gave a presentation titled Clinical Awareness in a cyber culture. The presentation was held on Thursday, October 21, 2010, 9:00AM-4:00PM at CalState Long Beach.
Subrahmanyam, was an invited panelist to the pre-conference on Peer relations, Society for Research in Adolescence, March 2010
2010 Greenfield gave the Psi Chi lecture at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association in Cancun, Mexico. Her lecture was titled Social Networking Online: Developmental issues for Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Greenfield gave a keynote address on “Technology, Multitasking and Education” on Friday, Nov. 20, 2009 at the Learning & the Brain Conference, Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel and MIT campus, Cambridge, MA. On Sat, Nov 20, gave a presentation at the same conference entitled “Teenagers, social networking, and relationships.”
Greenfield and Subrahmanyam participated in the Media, Mulitasking Seminar at Stanford University [ Download Stanford presentation » ]
Greenfield, testimony to congressional Government Reform Committee on Inadvertent Exposure to Pornography on Peer-to-peer filesharing networks
Subrahmanyam gave a presentation on “Wired Teens: Living and Learning online” at the Future of Media in Children’s Education conference, Stanford University 2009. [ Download presentation » ]
Subrahmanyam, invited speaker, Media-Smart Youth Expert Discussion, The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, June 3, 2009
Subrahmanyam, invited Panelist, Pre-conference on Adolescents and the Media, Society for research in Child Development April 2009
Subrahmanyam, invited speaker, Pienary Panel, e-identity: Wired teens, Society of Adolescent Medicine, Los Angeles, March 2009 Invited Panel Speaker Washington & Lee Law School’s symposium, “Protecting the Virtual Playground: Children, Law and Play Online,” October 3, 2008.
Subrahmanyam, Discussant, Annenberg Workshop on Games and Learning, Development & Change, University of Southern California, May 2007, Los Angeles.
Subrahmanyam, Media Technology in the Lives of Children and Youth” Conference, The Future of Children, Princeton-Brookings. Princeton Universtiy, April 12-13, 2007
Subrahmanyam discussion adolescent behavior on cyberspace at the Society of Adolescent Medicine [ Watch the Video » ]