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Welcome to the Australasian Human Development Association

The Australasian Human Development Association (AHDA) is a multidisciplinary, non-profit association formed in the early 1980s. The goals of the Association are to foster and promote research on human development at all stages of the lifespan, including prenatal development, infancy and childhood, adolescence and adulthood. The association promotes the application of research findings to inform professional practice in various disciplines, as well as to inform social policy concerned with individual development, families and communities.

Current News

The International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD) invites submissions for its 2020 Biennial Meeting in Rhodes, Greece, from 21st-25th June. The Society encourages submissions from researchers at all career stages including graduate and undergraduate students. Deadline for submissions is November 2019. For more information on requirements, submission criteria, and the review process, please view the Official ISSBD Call for Submissions.

The first AHDA online conference was very successful with 52 registrations and 22 presentations on the day. See below for some of the photos from the event.