Established in 1975, the Pickering Lecture is an annual public lecture in developmental psychology.
2022 – Dr. Marlene Moretti. Adolescence from an Attachment Perspective: Implications for Youth Mental Health and Interventions
2020 – Dr. Robert Coplan. Unraveling the Paradox of Solitude in Childhood and Adolescence
2019 – Dr. Diane Poulin-Dubois. The Ontogenesis of Selective Trust
2018 – Dr. Jenny Jenkins. Cooperative Minds: The Role of the Shared Family Environment
2015 – Debra Pepler. Developmental Research in Community Settings.
2013 – Ian Manion. Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health. Down but Not Out: Youth Depression and Suicide
2012 – Fred Genesee. Teaching and Learning in Immersion Programs: Lessons from 45 Years of Research.
2011 – Adele Diamond. Training the Brain: Improving attention and self-regulation.
2009 – Shelley Hymel. Bullying in Schools: Psychopathology? Part of growing up? Or human nature?
2008 – Robert S. Siegler. Numerical Board Games Help Children Learn Math.
2007 – Deborah Fein. Recovery in Autism: Is it possible, and what does recovery suggest?
2004 – Carol Barnes. Memory and the Aging Brain.
1990 – Ira J. Chasnoff. Cocaine and the Unborn Child: Coping after birth.
1989 – Dan Offord. Making Life Better for Kids.