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October 20, 2006
National Conversation on Brain Imaging, Molecular Genetics, and Neuroscience to Come to Eugene this Winter
OSLC Research Scientist Dr. Phil Fisher will be an invited speaker on “Interventions for Improving Regulation in Children” at the Workshop on Neuroscience and the Prevention of Mental Illness and School Failure. The workshop will be held on January 27, 2007, at the University of Oregon.
October 18, 2006
Local Scientist Invited Speaker at Harvard Medical School to Commemorate the One-Hundreth Anniversary of the Boston Juvenile Court
OSLC Senior Scientist Dr. Patti Chamberlain will be a keynote speaker today at the Judge Baker Children’s Center Symposium on “Treating Multi-Problem Youth”. The event will be held at the Harvard Medical School, and celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Boston Juvenile Court.
September 27, 2006
OSLC Research Scientist Dr. Charles R. Martinez, Jr. received a $3.3 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) today to support a five-year study of the preventive impact of culturally specific parent management training on Latino middle school youth in Oregon.
April 1, 2005
by Joel Gallob of The Newport News-Times Lincoln County Community Corrections will share a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse to fund the county’s Healthy Family Project, a program offering services to criminal offenders and their families. The Healthy Family Project will focus on the impact offenders often have on […]
January 29, 2005
by The Register-Guard Staff It’s one thing to ask couples how often their arguments escalate to physical attack. It’s another to actually watch them go at it. Deborah Capaldi has. A senior scientist at Eugene’s Oregon Social Learning Center, Capaldi has spent hours watching young couples tackle problem-solving exercises in the center’s lab assessment rooms. To […]
January 14, 2005
by The Register-Guard Staff Cradling stuffed animals to remind them of their own children, who researchers predict could well follow them to prison, inmates at Shutter Creek Correctional Institution this month completed a series of parenting classes designed specifically for the school of hard knocks. “It’s something they need to teach people before they’re parents, […]
April 13, 2004
by The Register-Guard Staff With a three-year federal grant and fingers crossed that some adult volunteers will step up, a Eugene-based nonprofit group is gearing up to help 100 local children cope with the emotional trauma that comes when a parent goes to prison. The TRUE Friends program is the newest mentorship effort in the […]
April 1, 2004
by Danielle Frost of the Wilsonville Spokesman It was the final straw. Inmate Monica West looked across the intake room at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in March 2004, and saw a familiar face staring back at her. It was her 21-year-old daughter. “When I saw her looking at me, I thought, ‘I have got […]
November 23, 2003
by The Register-Guard Staff Through a federal grant, a team will help them learn to solve problems A Eugene psychological researcher won a federal grant Friday for a study aimed at how to help girls about to enter middle school who also face potential obstacles. Patti Chamberlain, who works at the Eugene-based Oregon Social Learning […]
July 13, 2003
by Lisa Rosetta of The Bend Bulletin Kristy Stein remembers watching her parents hover over lines of cocaine as a child. When she was 12 years old, she joined them. By 17, Stein had run away from home, shoplifted and gotten pregnant twice – the first resulted in a miscarriage, the second, the birth of […]