Completed Projects

  • This project is an attempt to inform the role of FMR1 in autism symptomatology through the study of 1st degree relatives who are at increased genetic liability – relatives of individuals with autism and relatives of individuals with FXS, who are carriers of the FMR1 premutation.
    05/01/2012 - 03/31/2017
  • This project is an attempt to inform the role of FMR1 in autism symptomatology through the study of 1st degree relatives who are at increased genetic liability – relatives of individuals with autism and relatives of individuals with FXS, who are carriers of the FMR1 premutation.
    08/01/2015 - 03/31/2017
  • This project aims to identify specific linguistic markers of genetic liability to autism which may be used to illuminate the pathogenesis of autism and its component features.
    09/01/2010 - 01/31/2015
  • FPG served as the coordinating body for A Gathering of Leaders (AgoL). This invitation-only convening brought together dynamic leaders from different sectors, perspectives, and approaches focused on improving the life outcomes of males of color.
    03/15/2013 - 06/30/2013
  • FPG served as the coordinating body for A Gathering of Leaders (AgoL). This invitation-only convening brought together dynamic leaders from different sectors, perspectives, and approaches focused on improving the life outcomes of males of color.
    10/31/2013 - 11/01/2015
  • 09/01/2015 - 08/31/2017
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    03/01/2011 - 12/30/2012
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    07/01/2012 - 06/30/2015
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    07/01/2014 - 06/30/2016
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    03/01/2011 - 08/31/2017
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    03/01/2011 - 08/31/2015
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    07/01/2012 - 06/30/2016
  • This project will conduct a randomized clinical trial in five Educare schools. It will include longitudinal follow-up of 250 infants and their families through kindergarten. Measures will include annual child developmental assessments, videotaped parent-child interaction observations, and parent interviews and surveys. The specific aim of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Educare, a model early intervention program for children from low-income families.
    12/01/2011 - 12/31/2014
  • 09/01/2001 - 01/31/2017
  • Representatives from the Child and Family Policy Institute of California and the California Department of Social Services are working as a Core California Staff Team to coordinate technical assistance and support to Fresno, Humboldt, and Santa Clara counties and two Los Angeles County child welfare offices for implementing and sustaining a Child and Family Practice Model as part of the California Partners for Permanency project.
    07/01/2015 - 06/30/2018
  • 03/01/2016 - 02/28/2017
  • This project was a 5-year continuation of a Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) Research Center, the focus of which was on family adaptation to FXS.
    09/30/2009 - 09/29/2011
  • 05/01/2015 - 12/31/2016
  • This project examined the production and development of African American English through early adolescence, its impact on literacy acquisition from school entry thru middle school, and youth, family, and school factors that may affect this linkage.
    04/01/2006 - 03/31/2009
  • This project involved the concatenation of longitudinal data sets from several key early childhood educational programs for poor children in order to study the dynamic evolution of capabilities that promote adult and child mental health, and the role of education, parental investments, and community influences on this developmental process.
    02/01/2011 - 05/31/2014