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Title and Address : Professor II Department of Psychology Faculty of Arts and Sciences - Camden - Psychology 325 Cooper Street Camden , NJ 08102
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Highest Earned Degree Ed.D., Harvard University, Human Development, 1982. Other Earned Degrees, Graduate and Undergraduate Ed.M., Harvard University, Human Development, 1979. B.A., Bates College, Psychology, 1978.
Honors and Awards
Professional Awards and Honors Daniel Gorenstein Memorial Award (2011). Camden Hero Award, Greater Camden Partnerships (2009). Alumni Community Service Award, Bates College (2009). Anna M. Sample Advocacy Award, Community Planning and Advocacy Council (2007). Hometown Hero Award, Philadelphia 76ers (2006). Hometown Hero Award, Campbell Soup Foundation (2006). New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund, “EOF Champion” (2005). Ernest E. McMahan Class of 1930 Award (2003). American Educational Research Assocation, Moral Development and Education Special Interest Group, Outstanding Book Award for 1996. (awarded March, 1997) American Educational Research Association, Division E, Outstanding Research Award in the Area of Human Development (1996).
Positions Held 2007-on Distin 1995-2007 Professor, De 1989-1995 Associate Professor, De 1990-1992 Visiting Scientist, Program on Conscious and Unconscious Mental Processes, University of California, San Francisco. 1984-1989 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University.
1983-1984 Visiting Assistant Professor, Institute for Child Study, University of Mar 1983 Research Associate, Clark Universit Titles or Assignments within Positions Held 2011-ongoing Director, Institute for Effective Education 2005-2011 Director, Center for Children and Childhood Studies, Rutgers University. 2006-2008 Chair, Department of Childhood Studies 2004 Acting Director, Educational Opportunity Fund, Rutgers University, Camden. 2003 Associate Dean, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers Universit 2002 Actin 1999-2002 Associate Dean, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University. 1996-1998 Chairperson, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University.
Books Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Fegley, S. (2003).Personality and development in childhood: A person-centered approach. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development,68(1, Serial No. 272). Hart, D. (1992).Becoming men: The development of aspirations, values, and adaptational styles. New York: Plenum. Damon, W., & Hart, D. (1988).Self-understanding in childhood and adolescence.New York: Cambridge University Press. Edited Books, Anthologies, Collections, Bibliographies Carlo, G., & Hart, D. (2005). Special Issue: Moral Development.Journal of Research on Adolescence, 15. Colby, A., James, J., & Hart, D. (Eds.). (1998).Competence and character through life.Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Killen, M., & Hart, D. (Eds). (1995).Morality in everyday life: Developmental perspectives.New York: Cambridge University Press. Chapters in Books or Monographs Hart, D., & Matsuba, K. (in press). The development of self-knowledge.To appear in S. Vizire & T. Wilson (Eds)Handbook of self-knowledge.New York: Guilford Press. Hart, D., Watson, N.C., Dar, A., & Atkins, R. (in press). Prosocial tendencies, antisocial behavior, and moral Development in childhood. To appear in In A. Slater & G. Bremner, (Eds.)Introduction to nd developmental psychologyOxford: Blackwell.(2 Edtion). Hart, D., Richardson, C., & Wilkenfeld, B. (2011). Citizenship and civic identity. In S. Schwartz, K Luyckx, & V. Vignoles, (Eds)Handbook of identity theory and research: Vol II, Domains and categories (pp. 771-790).New York: Springer. Matsuba, M., K., Murzyn, T., & Hart, D. (2011). A model of moral identity: applications into education. In J. Benson (Ed.),Advances in Child Development and Behavior (pp. 181-207).Elsevier.
Zaff, J. F., Hart, D., Flanagan, C. A., Youniss, J., & Levine, P. (2010). Developing civic engagement within a civic context. M. E. Lamb & Al;exandra M. Fruend (Eds.).Handbook on life-span development: Vol 2., Social and Emotional DevelopmentLawrence Erlbaum: Mahwah, NJ.(pp. 590-630).
Hart, D., & Gullan, R. (2010). The sources of adolescent activism: Historical and contemporary findings. In L. Sherrod, J. Torney-Purta, & C. Flanagan (Eds.),Handbook of research on civic engagement in youth(pp. 67-90).Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Hart, D., & Matsuba, K. (2009). Urban neighborhoods as contexts for moral identity development. In D. Narvaez & D. Lapsley (Eds.)Moral personality, identity, and character(pp. 214-230).New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hart, D., & Kirshner, B. (2009). Promoting civic participation and development among urban adolescents. In J. Youniss & P. Levine (Eds.).Forging citizens: Policies for youth civic engagement(pp. 102-120).TN: Vanderbilt University Press. Hart, D., Matsuba, K., & Atkins, R. (2008). The moral and civic effects of learning to serve. In L. Nucci & D Narvaez (Eds.)Handbook on Moral and Character Education(pp. 484-499). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hart, D. & Matsuba, K. Pride and moral life. (2007). In J. Tracy, R. Robins, & J. Tangney (Eds.)The self-conscious emotions: Theory and research(pp. 114-133). New York: Guilford. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Tursi, N. (2006). Origins and developmental influences on self-esteem. In M. Kernis (Ed.)Self-esteem: Issues and answers(pp. 157-162). London: Psychology Press. Hart, D., Atkins, R., Markey, P., & Youniss, J. (2006). Youth bulges. In L.R. Sherrod, R. Kassimir, & C. Flanagan (Eds.),Youth Activism: An International Encyclopedia, Volume II (pp. 688-691).Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company. Donnelly, T. M., Atkins, R., & Hart, D. (2006). Parental influences on youth activism. In L.R. Sherrod, R. Kassimir, and C. Flanagan (Eds.),Youth Activism: An International Encyclopedia, Volume II (pp. 454-456). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Donnelly, T. M. (2006). Community service and moral development. In M. Killen & J. Smetana (Eds.),Handbook of Moral Development(pp. 633-656). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Youniss, J., & Hart, D. (2005). The intersection of social institutions with civic development. In L.A. Jensen & R.W. Larson (Eds.)New Directions in Child Development: New Horizons in Developmental Theory and Research (Number 109) (pp. 73-81).San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Donnelly, T. M., Matsuba, K., Hart, D., & Atkins, R. (2005).The relationship between spiritual development and civic development.P.L. Benson, E.C. Roehlkepartain, P. Ebstyne, & L.M. Wagener (Eds.), Handbook of Spiritual Development in Childhood and Adolescence(pp. 239-251). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Hart, D. (2005). The development of moral identity. In G. Carlo & C. P. Edwards (Eds.),Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Vol. 51. Moral motivation through the lifespan (pp. 165-196). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Hart, D., & Atkins, R. (2004). Religious participation and the development of moral identity in adolescence. In T. Thorkildsen & H Walberg (Eds.)Nurturing Morality (pp. 157-172). New York: Kluwer. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Donnelly, T. (2004). James Youniss’ contributions to applied developmental science. In C. B. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.)Applied developmental science: An encyclopedia of research, policies, And programs. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Atkins, R., & Hart, D. (2004). Moral identity development and school attachment. In D. Lapsley and D. Narvaez (Eds.)Moral Development: The self and identity (pp. 65-82). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Hart, D., Burock, D., & London, B. (2003). Prosocial tendencies, antisocial behavior, and moral
development in childhood. In A. Slater & G. Bremner, (Eds.) (pp. 334-356). Oxford: Blackwell. Hart, D., Burock, D., London, B., & Miraglia, A. (2003). Moral development in childhood. In M. H. Bornstein, L. Davidson, C. L. M. Keyes, K. A. Moore (Eds.)Well-being: Positive development across the lifespan (pp. 355-370). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hart, D., Southerland, N., & Atkins, R. (2003). Community service and adult development. In J. Demick & C. Andreoletti (Eds.)Handbook of adult development (pp. 585-597). New York, Plenum. Hart, D., & Killen, M. (1999). Afterword. In M. Killen & D. Hart (Eds.)Morality in everyday life: Developmental perspectives. New York: Cambridge University Press.Paperback edition. Hart, D., & Fegley, S. (1997). The development of self-awareness and self-understanding in cultural context. In U. Neisser & D. Jopling (Eds.)Culture, experience, and the conceptual self (pp. 128-153). New York: Cambridge University Press. Garcia, L., Hart, D., & Johnson-Ray, R. (1997). What do children and adolescents think about themselves?: A developmental account of the self-concept. In S. Hala (Ed.)The Development of Social Cognition(pp. 365-394). London: University College of London. Hart, D., & Yates, M. (1997). Identity and self in adolescence. In R. Vasta (Ed.)Annals of Child Development, 1996(pp. 207-242). London: Jessica Kingsley. Hart, D., & Karmel, M. P. (1996). Self-awareness and self-knowledge in humans, great apes, and monkeys. In A. Russon, K. Bard, & S. Parker (Eds.)Reaching into thought(pp. 325-347). New York: Cambridge University Press. Ewell, F., Karmel, M. P., Smith S. & Hart, D. (1996). The development of the sense of self and adolescent vulnerabilities. In L. Smolak, M. Levine, & R. Striegel-Moore (Eds.)The developmental psychopathology of eating disorders(pp. 108-133). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Hart, D., & Fegley, S. (1996). Stability, continuity, and change in men’s lives. In M. L. Commons, J. Demick, & C. Goldberg (Eds.)Clinical approaches to adult development(pp. 97-114). Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex.
Hart, D., Yates, M., Fegley, S., & Wilson, G. (1995). Moral commitment among inner-city adolescents. In M. Killen & D. Hart (Eds.)Morality in everyday life: Developmental perspectives(pp. 317-341). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hart, D., & Killen, M. (1995). Introduction: Perspectives on morality in everyday life. In M. Killen & D. Hart (Eds.)Morality in everyday life: Developmental perspectives(pp. 1-20). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hart, D., & Fegley, S. (1994). Social imitation and the emergence of a mental model of self. In S. Parker, M. Boccia, & R. Mitchell (Eds.)Self-awareness in animals and humans: Developmental perspectives(pp. 149-165). New York: Cambridge University Press. Hart, D., & Fegley, S. (1994). Social imitation and the sense of self. In J. J. Roeder, B. Thierry, J. R. Anderson, & N. Herrenschmidt (Eds.)Current Primatology: Volume II, Social Development, Learning and Behavior(pp. 389-396). Strasbourg, France: Universite Louis Pasteur. Damon, W., & Hart, D. (1992). Social understanding, self-understanding, and morality. In M. Bornstein & M. E. Lamb (Ed.s)Developmental psychology: An advanced textbook(3rd ed., pp. 421-464). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Hart, D., & Edelstein, W. (1992). Self-understanding development in cultural context. In T. Brinthaupt & R. Lipka (Eds.)The self: Definitional and methodological issues(pp. 291-322). Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Hart, D. (1988). Self-concept in the social context of the adolescent. In D. Lapsley & F. Power (Eds.)Self, ego, and identity: Integrative approaches(pp. 71-90). New York: Springer-Verlag. Schorin, M., & Hart, D. (1988). Psychotherapeutic implications of the development of sel -understanding.
In S. Shirk (Ed.)Cognitive development and child psychotherapy(161-186). New York: Plenum. Hart, D., Kohlberg, L., & Wertsch, J. (1987). The developmental social self-theories of James Mark Baldwin, George Herbert Mead, and Lev Semenovich Vygotsky. In L. Kohlberg and R. Devries (Eds.), Child psychology and childhood education: A structural developmental view(pp 223-258). New York: Longman. Hart, D., Maloney, J., & Damon, W. (1987). The meaning and development of personal identity. In T. Honess and K. Yardley, (Ed.s),Self and Identity(pp 121-133). London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Hart, D., & Damon, W. (1985). Contrasts between the understanding of self and an understanding of others. In R. Leahy (Ed.),The development of self(pp 151-178). New York: Academic Press Articles in Refereed Journals Marmorstein, N. R., & Hart, D. (2011). Interactions Between MAOA Genotype and Receipt of Public Assistance: Predicting Change in Depressive Symptoms and Body Mass Index.Journal of Research on Adolescence,21(3), 619-630. doi:10.1111/j.1532-7795.2010.00694.x Field, N.P., Joudy, R., & Hart, D. (2010). The moderating effect of self-concept valence on the relationship of self-focused attention and mood: An experience sampling study.Journal of Research on Personality, 44, 70-77. Atkins, R., Bluebond-Langner, M., Read, N., Pittsley, J., & Hart, D. (2010). Adolescents as Health Agents and Consumers: Results of A Pilot Study of the Health and Health-Related Behaviors of Adolescents Living in a High-Poverty Urban Neighborhood.Journal of Pediatric Nursing,25(5), 382–392. Hart, D., & Marmorstein, N. (2009). Genes and neighborhoods and everything in between(s):Understanding adolescent aggression in social and biological contexts.Development and Psychopathology, 21,961-973.http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A58MDWNU Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Matsuba, K. (2008). The association of neighborhood poverty with personality change in childhood.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94,1048-1061. Atkins, R., & Hart, D. (2008). The under-controlled do it first: The association of childhood personality and early sexual debut.Research in Nursing and Health, 31,626-639. McIntosh, H., Hart, D., & Youniss, J. (2007). The influence of family political discussion on youth civic development: Which parent qualities matter?PS: Political Science & Politics, XL, 495-9. Hart, D., Eisenberg, N, & Valiente, C. (2007). Personality change in childhood is predicted by the interaction of family risk with autonomic arousal under stress. Psychological Science, 18,492-497. Matsuba, K., Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Donnelly, T. (2007). Psychological and social-structural influences on involvement in volunteering.Journal of Research on Personality,41 ,889-907. Hart, D., Donnelly, T. M., Youniss, J., & Atkins, R. (2007). High school predictors of adult civic engagement: The roles of volunteering, civic knowledge, extracurricular activities, and attitudes.American Educational Research Journal, 44,197-219. Hart, D. (2005). Adding identity to the moral domain.Human Development, 45,257-261. Hart, D., Atkins, R., Burock, D., London, B., & Bonilla-Santiago, G. (2005). The relation of personality type to salivary cortisol, classroom behavior, and academic achievement.European Journal of Personality, 19, 391-407. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Youniss, J. (2005). Knowledge, youth bulges, and rebellion.Psychological Science, 16,661-662. Hart, D., & Carlo, G. (2005). Moral development in adolescence.Journal of Research on Adolescence, 15, 223-233.
Atkins, R., Hart, D., & Donnelly, T. (2005). The association of childhood personality type with volunteering during adolescence.Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 51,145-162. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Watson, N. C. (2005). How to start your own youth development micro-program. SRA Newsletter, Spring,1. Hart, D., & Markey, C. (2004). Coming of age in the study of adolescence [Review of the bookHandbook of Adolescence]. Contemporary Psychology, 49,727-729. Hart, D., Atkins, R., Markey, P., & Youniss, J. (2004). Youth bulges in communities: The effects of age structure on adolescent civic knowledge and civic participation. Psychological Science, 15,591-597. Hart, D., Atkins, R., Suarez, H., & Beckwith, K. (2003). Religious participation and the development of moral identity in adolescence.The LSS Review, 2,22-23. Atkins, R. & Hart, D. (2003). Neighborhoods, adults, and the development of civic identity in urban youth. Applied Developmental Science, 7, 156-165. Hart, D., & Atkins, R. (2002). Civic development in urban youth.Applied Developmental Science, 6,227-236. Oosterwegel, A., Field, N., Hart, D., & Anderson, K. (2001). The relation of self-esteem variability to emotions, personality, and daily circumstances.Journal of Personality, 69,689-708. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Ford, D. (1999). Family influences on the formation of moral identity in adolescence: Longitudinal analyses.Journal of Moral Education,28, 375-386. Pugh, M. J. V., & Hart, D. (1999). Identity development and peer group participation.New Directions in Child Development, No. 84, 55-70. Hart, D., & Whitlow, J. W. (1999). A reflection on reflections on self-reflection [Review of the bookSelf-awareness: Its nature and development].Contemporary Psychology, 44, 224-226. Field, N., Hart, D., & Horowitz, M. (1999). Representations of self and other in conjugal bereavement. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships,16,407-414. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Ford, D. (1998). Urban America as a context for the development of moral identity in adolescence.Journal of Social Issues, 54,513-530. Hart, D. (1998). Can prototypes inform moral developmental theory?Developmental Psychology,34, 420-423. Hart, D., Edelstein, W., Keller, M., & Hofmann, V. (1998). Childhood personality influences on social cognitive development: A longitudinal study.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74,1278-1289. Hart, D., Field, N. P., Garfinkle, J. R., & Singer, J. L. (1997). Representations of self and other: A semantic space model.Journal of Personality,65, 77-104. Hart, D., Hofmann, V., Edelstein, W., & Keller, M. (1997). The relation of childhood personality types to adolescent behavior and development: A longitudinal study.Developmental Psychology, 33,195-205. Field., N. P., Hart, D., & Horowitz, M. (1997). The content of self- and other-concepts: A network perspective.Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 16,357-378. Hart, D., & Karmel, M. P. (1996). Morality and the self: The Kohlbergian legacy.World Psychology, 2, 297-312. Hart, D., & Fegley, S. (1995). Altruism and caring in adolescence: Relations to moral judgment and self-understanding.Child Development,66,1346-1359. Hart, D., Stinson, C., Field, N., Ewert, M., & Horowitz, M. (1995). Representations of self and other in pathological grief: A case study of change over the course of psychotherapy.Psychological Science, 6, 96-100. Hart, D., & Whitlow, J. W. (1995). The experience of self in the bottlenose dolphin.Cognition and
Consciousness,4, 244-247. Hart, D., Fegley, S., & Brengelman, D. (1993). Perceptions of past, present, and future selves among children and adolescents.British Journal of Developmental Psychology,11, 265-282. Hart, D., Fegley, S., Chan, Y., Fisher, L, & Mulvey, D. (1993). Judgments about personal identity in childhood and adolescence.Social Development, 2,66-81. Hart, D., & Edelstein, D. (1992). The relationship of self-understanding to community type, social class, and teacher-rated intellectual and social competence.Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 23,353-365. Hart, D., & Schmiel, S. (1992). The influence of defense mechanisms on moral judgment development: a longitudinal study.Developmental Psychology, 28,722-730. Levitt, M., & Hart, D. (1991). Development of self-understanding in anorectic and non-anorectic adolescent females.Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 12,269-288. Hart, D., & Atkins, R. (2011). American sixteen-year-olds are ready to vote.Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.633,201-221. Hart, D., Maloney, J., & Damon, W. (1990). Une perspective developpementale sur l'identite personnelle et le sens de soi (A developmental perspective on personal identity and the sense of self).Psychologie Francaise,35,35-41. Hart, D. (1988). A philosophical dilemma approach to adolescent identity.Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 34, 105-114. Hart, D. (1988). A longitudinal study of adolescents' socialization and identification as predictors of adult moral judgment development.Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 34, 245-260. Hart, D., & Damon, W. (1988). Self-understanding and social cognitive development.Early Child Development and Care, 40, 5-23. Hart, D., & Damon, W. (1986). Developmental trends in self-understanding.Social Cognition, 4, 388-407. Hart, D., Lucca-Irizarry, N., & Damon, W. (1986). The development of self-understanding in Puerto Rico and the United States.Journal of Early Adolescence, 8, 388-407. Damon, W., & Hart, D. (1986). Stability and change in children's self-understanding.Social Cognition, 4, 102-118. Hart, D., & Damon, W. (1985). Models of social cognitive development.The Genetic Epistemologist,14, 1-8. Damon, W., & Hart, D. (1982). The development of self-understanding from infancy through adolescence. Child Development, 52,841-864. Articles in Non-refereed or General Journals Hart, D., Atkins, R., Suarez, H., & Beckwith, K. (2003). Religious participation and the development of moral identity in adolescence.The LSS Review, 2,22-23. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Watson, N. C. (2005). How to start your own youth development micro-program. SRA Newsletter, Spring,1. Reviews Marano, D., Fabii, D., & Hart, D. (in press). What’s right about moral psychology? [Review of the three volume collectionMoral Psychology]. PsychCritiques. Hart, D. (2000). The maturing of research on the self [Review of the bookThe development of self]. Contemporary Psychology,45, 645-648. Hart, D., & Johnson, K. (1994). Self and emotions [a review ofShame: The exposed self.]Social Development,3, 77-81.
Hart, D. (1993). [A review of ] Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 39,429-433. Hart, D., & Milbrath, C. (1993). [A review ofMaking friends in school: Promoting relationships in early childhood.]Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 39,420-423. Hart, D. (1984). [A review ofMoral development: The validity of Kohlberg's theory].International Review of Education, 30,99-100.
Conference Presentations, Lectures, Demonstrations
Keynote or Plenary Addresses Hart, D. (December, 2010). development. Keynote address, Zhejiang University, sponsored by the China Song Ching Ling Foundation and the Center for Parenting Culture Studies, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Hart, D. (March, 2007).Promoting development and preventing problems in adolescence: Keys to effective intervention. Northampton, MA: Smith College. Other Invited Addresses Hart, D. (November, 2010).Adolescent political activism in urban contexts.Invited symposium, Association for Moral Education, St. Louis, MO. Hart, D. (December, 2010).The interaction of community age structure and parenting in shaping parental influence.Zhejiang University, Hangzhou,China. Hart, D. (November, 2009).Child development and child as citizen. Paper presented at the Child as Citizen Workshop: Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Hart, D. (April, 2009).Successful adolescents: Ensuring that youth in the 21st century flourish.Northhampton, MA: Smith College. Hart, D. (January, 2009).Moral identity development in poor urban communities.Durham, NC: Duke University. Atkins, R., Bluebond-Langner, M., Read, N., Pittsley, J., & Hart, D. (February, 2009)Relatively Deprived: Collaborating with Adolescents in High-Poverty, Urban Neighborhoods to Understand how they Promote, Maintain and Restore their Health. Paper presented at the Office of Minority Health’s Third National Leadership Summit on Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health, Washington, DC. Hart, D. (March, 2008).Why do the problems of poverty persist?Davis, CA: University of California, Davis. Hart, D. (April, 2008).Moral development in neighborhood context. Duke University, April, 2008. Atkins, R., & Hart, D. (April, 2008).Is Service Learning Effective?Atlantic City, NJ: Eastern Evaluation Association. Hart, D.Urban neighborhoods as contexts for development. (February, 2007). Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University. Hart, D.Increasing adolescent civic participation in high poverty communities.(April, 2007). Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America. Urban Neighborhoods and Moral Development.Notre Dame Symposium on Character and Moral Personality. South Bend, Indiana: University of Notre Dame. Hart, D. Papers, Abstracts, and Lectures Lou
volunteerism. Chicago: Association for Psychological Science. Hart, D. (February, 2008). Neighborhoods as social contexts for civic development. In M. Pancer (Chair), The making of a citizen: Promoting civic engagement in young people.Chicago: Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting. Hart, D., & Matsuba, K. (May, 2007).Neighborhoods as contexts for civic development. Amsterdam: Jean Piaget Society. Hart, D., & Atkins, R. (April, 2007).The development of moral identity in neighborhood contexts. Boston: Society for Research on Childhood. Hart, D., & Loughman, J. (May, 2007).Child-saturation predicts riots.Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Society.
Fletcher, N., Hart, D., & Youniss, J. (2006).The Relation of Racial Diversity to Volunteering Among American Adolescents. In L. Jensen (Chair), Civic engagement in minority and immigrant youth. San Francisco: Society for Research on Adolescence. Hart, D. (2006).The effects of neighborhoods on volunteering and delinquency. In D. Hart (Chair), Adolescents in relationships, institutions, and societies: Jim Youniss’ theoretical legacy. San Francisco: Society for Research on Adolescence. Hart, D. (2006).Urban neighborhoods as a context for development.College Park: Institute for Human Development, University of Maryland. Hart, D., Atkins, R., & Tursi, N. (2005).The influence of neighborhood poverty on personality change. Atlanta, GA: Society for Research in Child Development. Hart, D. (March, 2005).Civic engagement in youth from low income neighborhoods: The influence of youth bulges, institutions, and poverty. Washington, D.C.: Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.
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