Infant and child development Key areas: attention, cognition, health, motor skills, parenting and perceptionJean-Paul BoudreauDean, Faculty of ArtsDirector, CHILD (Cognition, Health, Infancy, Learning, Development) LaboratoryAssociate Professor, Department of Psychology

Children’s mental health Children’s services and rightsYouth engagementKim SnowAssociate ProfessorSchool of Child and Youth Care

Children and technologyJason NolanDirector, Experiential Design and Gaming Environments (EDGE) LabAssistant Professor, School of Early Childhood Education

Children’s participation in health-care decision makingDonna KollerAssociate Professor, School of Early Childhood EducationAdjunct Scientist, Research Institute, Hospital for Sick Children

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