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Notable OSU College of Public Health and Human Sciences grants in FY 2020 include "Children's Flame Retardant Exposures Measured by Passive Wristbands: Sex Specific Associations, Social Adversity, and Socio-Cognitive Development." The grant awards a total of $3,841,145 for five years, led by PI Molly Kile, Associate Professor and Shannon Lipscomb, Associate Professor.

OSU-Cascades researchers test program to help traumatized children, The Bulletin, May 12, 2019

Flame retardant chemicals may affect social behavior in young children, OSU News and Research Communications, March 9, 2017

Preschoolers' motor skill development connected to school readiness, ScienceDaily, October 13, 2016

Oregon State researcher gets $1.5 million grant to assist preschoolers who've experienced trauma, Oregon Live, The Oregonian, July 9, 2015

Largest research award in OSU-Cascades history focuses on preschool children, July 1, 2015

C.O. child behavior study tackles provocative topic, KTVZ.com, October 28, 2013

OSU-Cascades study: Genes tied to early behavior woes, KTVZ.com, October 25, 2013

Genes May Contribute to Preschool Behavior Problems, PsychCentral, October 25, 2013

Some children genetically prone to behavioral problems in child care, preschool settings, News Medical, October 25, 2013

Behavior problems in preschool and child care centers may be an issue of genes, OSU News, October 24, 2013

Behavior Problems In Preschool And Child Care Centers May Be An Issue Of Genes, Albany Tribune, October 24, 2013

Genes Interact With Parental Care in Producing Childhood Behavioral Problems, Study Suggests, Science Daily, October 24, 2013

Behavior problems in preschool and child care centers may be an issue of genes, Eurek Alert, October 24, 2013

Over-reactive parenting linked to problem behavior in toddlers

Study: Freaking out at your kids isn't a good thing, SFGate, February 23, 2012

Study: Parent's reaction makes temper tantrums worse, Click On Detroit, February 23, 2012

Angry Parents Harm Children's Behaviour, The British Psychological Society, February 23, 2012

Toddlers with angry parents may have more temper tantrums, US News Health, February 22, 2012

Omamas Take 5: Jeremy Lin's success offers parenting perspective, puzzles power math skills, OregonLive/The Oregonian, February 21, 2012

Your kid is melting down. Why its important to keep your cool, The Globe and Mail, February 21, 2012

Over-reactive Parenting Linked to Negative Emotions and Problem Behavior in Toddlers, Science Daily, February 21, 2012