OSLC In the News

Articles written about the Oregon Social Learning Center by The Register Guard of Eugene, Oregon, and other news reporting agencies.

February 27, 2012

Early Growth & Development Study Media Coverage: Overreactive Parenting linked to negative toddler behavior problems

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February 16, 2012

The Problems of Analyzing Whether Intervention Works


December 19, 2011

Program Helps Troubled Boys Reduce Substance Abuse

Highlighted June 26, 2012 NIDA eBulletin

November 11, 2011

Unique Mention in Forbes about Antisocial Behavior

November 8, 2011

Tantrum Tamer: New Ways Parents Can Stop Bad Behavior

May 18, 2011

Fostering a Focus on Girls


September 20, 2010

Good Mothering Soothes Babies Born to Be Fussy

By Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer

August 24, 2010

Path to success: A new research-based program primes kids for kindergarten

by Anne Williams of the Register-Guard When 5-year-old Jose Ventura climbs on the bus for his first day of school at Fairfield Elementary School, it will be old hat. So will many of the other sometimes intimidating conventions of that thing called kindergarten — that first precious and critical year of a child’s formal schooling, […]

March 21, 2010

Federal Stimulus Reporting

by David Steves of The Register-Guard The ill winds of economic recession have driven away from the Eugene Symphony some dollars given by donors or spent by audiences on tickets. So Executive Director Paul Winberg has eagerly turned to the federal stimulus program for help. The $50,000 awarded the symphony was enough to pay its […]

December 6, 2009

Relief Nursery Grant Awarded

The Register-Guard Dr. J. Mark Eddy, a senior scientist at the Oregon Social Learning Center, was awarded a grant from the Federal Office of Child Abuse and Neglect of the Children’s Bureau to conduct a randomized, controlled trial of child and family outcomes related to the Relief Nursery model. The grant is one of only […]