Hello everyone, I’m sorry that I haven’t been posting as frequently during the last month, but I’m about to make it up to you. This weekend I will continue a tradition that I started last year by posting daily from the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. I will be arriving to Boston tomorrow and every afternoon I hope to post short reviews of the research that is presented during the conference. Expect updates throughout the day. Also, I will be posting frequent twitter updates, so feel free to follow child-psych @childpsychology.

Thank you all for your patience! Nestor.

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2 Responses to Child-Psych.org blogging from APS in Boston this weekend

  1. DSC says:

    Enjoy it, and we all hope you learn useful skills/info!

  2. Will you be commenting on the address by Thomas A. Widiger “The Construction of a Scientific Diagnostic Manual” as it pertains to the New Autism Spectrum Disorder in the DSM-5?

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