Skip to content

Developmental and Translational Models of Emotion Regulation and Dysregulation: Links to Childhood Affective Disorders » Meeting Agenda

Meeting Agenda
Bethesda, MD

Session InfoTimeTitleSpeaker
Introduction: 8:30–9:00 (Monday, April 3, 2006)8:30NIMH Welcome
  • Mary Ellen Oliveri, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
  • Editha Nottelmann, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
8:45Overview and Purpose of the MeetingRebecca DelCarmen-Wiggins, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
I.A. — 9:00–10:20 (Monday, April 3, 2006)
Conceptual/Developmental Issues of Emotion and Emotion Regulation
Chair: Cheryl Boyce, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
9:00Emotion-related Regulation: Conceptualization and Relations to AdjustmentNancy Eisenberg, Ph.D., Arizona State University
9:20Conceptual and Developmental Issues in Emotion Regulation ResearchRoss Thompson, Ph.D., University of California, Davis
9:40Child and Family Processes in the Development of Emotion RegulationSusan Calkins, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
10:00General DiscussionNancy Eisenberg, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
I.B. — 10:30–12:20 (Monday, April 3, 2006)
Neural and Genetic Perspectives
Chair: Regina James, M.D., DPTR, NIMH
10:30Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Emotion and DepressionBai Lu, Ph.D., NICHD
10:50Cortical Mechanisms of Emotion Regulation in ChildrenMarc Lewis, Ph.D., University of Toronto
11:10Neural Basis of Emotion RegulationRichard Davidson, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
11:40Emotion Regulation, Early Experience, and Neural DevelopmentSeth Pollak, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
12:00Temperament, Emotion Regulation and Early Affective Symptoms: A Genetic ApproachH.H. Goldsmith, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
12:20General DiscussionRichard Davidson, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
II.A. — 1:40–3:00 (Monday, April 3, 2006)
Emotion Dysregulation and Links to Affective Disorders
Chair: Shelli Avenevoli, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
1:40A Developmental Emotion Regulatory Response Model of Juvenile-Onset Depressive DisorderMarika Kovacs, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
2:00Women at Risk for Depression: Potential Impact on their Newborn InfantDelia Vazquez, M.D., University of Michigan
2:20Early Individual Differences in Emotional Responses to a Blocked Goal: Implications for Models of Emotion RegulationMargaret Sullivan, Ph.D., Robert Wood Johnson Medical School — UMDNJ
2:40General DiscussionMarika Kovacs, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
II.B. — 3:10–4:50 (Monday, April 3, 2006)
Developmental Precursors from Toddlerhood through Preadolescence
Chair: Courtney Ferrell, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
3:10Emotion Regulation in ToddlersPam Cole, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
3:30An Emotion Reactivity/Regulation Model for Preschool Mood DisordersJoan Luby, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine
3:50Emotion Dysregulation and Stress Reactivity as Mechanisms Underlying Risk for DepressionIan Gotlib, Ph.D., Stanford University
4:10Transition to Adolescence: Links between Affective Dysregulation and Affective DisordersRon Dahl, M.D., University of Pittsburgh
4:30General DiscussionPam Cole, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
III.A. — 8:50–10:30 (Tuesday, April 4, 2006)
Translation: Early Clinical Implications and Prevention/Intervention
Chair: Joel Sherrill, Ph.D., DSIR, NIMH
8:50Parent-Child Relational ApproachesRoseanne Clark, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
9:10InfancyJude Cassidy, Ph.D., University of Maryland
9:30Young ChildrenCarroll Izard, Ph.D., University of Delaware
9:50An Early Intervention Program for Preschool Mood DisordersJoan Luby, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine
10:10General DiscussionRoseanne Clark, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
III.B. — 10:40–11:30 (Tuesday, April 4, 2006)
Translation: School Aged Children
Chair: Editha Nottelmann, Ph.D., DPTR, NIMH
10:40Contextual Emotion Regulation Therapy for DepressionMarika Kovacs, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
11:00Childhood: Novel ApproachesKevin Stark, Ph.D., University of Texas
11:20General DiscussionKevin Stark, Ph.D. (Discussion Leader)
Wrap-up — 11:30–2:00 (Tuesday, April 4, 2006)11:30Distribution of Questions for Discussion 
12:00Working Lunch in Breakout Groups 
1:00Final Summary
Presentations from discussion leaders based on talks and general discussion.