Presentations

Conference Presentations

Kerrick, M.R., Anderson, L., Chhu, M., Taylor, C. & Toomey, H. (2017, May). Diapers & degree completion: Understanding the needs of students with dependent children. Poster presented at the annual University of California, Santa Cruz Graduate Research Symposium, Santa Cruz, CA.

Kerrick, M.R. & Thorne, A., (2015, October). Becoming a mother: Sooner or later? Paper presented at the 7th Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Miami, FL.

Kerrick, M.R. (2015, May). The development of first-time mothers’ feelings for their babies in early postpartum. Presentation for the annual Stanford-UC Berkeley-UC Santa Cruz Developmental Psychology Symposium. University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA.

Kerrick, M.R. (2013, November). The prenatal development of maternal self-efficacy in first-time mothers: Preliminary results from the UCSC Transition to Motherhood StudyPoster presented at the 18th International Congress of the Association for Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health, Pacific Grove, CA.

Kerrick, M.R. & Thorne, A. (2013, October). “When I look in his eyes, it’s just like this thing”: Emerging adult same-sex friends’ exploration of romantic and sexual desire in casual conversation. Poster presented at the 6th Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Chicago, IL.

Norona, J.C., Thorne, A., Kerrick, M.R., & Farwood, H. (2013, April). Intimacy and distancing: When young women talk about romantic relationships. Poster presented at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Stone, L. & Robillard (Kerrick), M. (2011, June). Socializing morality in the classroom. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Berkeley, CA.

Stone, L. & Robillard (Kerrick), M. (2010, November). Social justice as agential action: Socializing morality in the classroom. Paper presented at the CSUS 17th Annual Multicultural Education Conference, Sacramento, CA.

Invited Talks

Kerrick, M.R. (2017, January). Mothers love their babies immediately, birth is scary, and other stories we hear (and tell) about the transition to parenthood. Invited lecture for PSYC 104: Development in Infancy. University of California, Santa Cruz.

Kerrick, M.R. (2016, December). U.S. women’s accounts of empowerment and continuity in maternity care. Invited talk at the UC Global Health Institute’s Center of Expertise on Women’s Health, Gender, & Empowerment Annual Retreat, Burlingame, CA.

Kerrick, M.R. (2016, April). Maternal Development in the Context of Maternity Care: Implications for Policy and Practice. Invited lecture for PSYC 119H: Children, Research, and Policy. University of California, Santa Cruz.

Kerrick, M.R. (2016, 2015, 2014, January). Affective & Behavioral Changes across Labor. Invited lecture for PSYC 104: Development in Infancy. University of California, Santa Cruz.

Kerrick, M.R. (2015, November). Representations of Childbirth & the Embodied Experience. Invited lecture for PSYC 107: Psychology of Women. San José State University. San Jose, CA.

Kerrick, M.R. (2013, February). Childbirth in the United States. Invited lecture for ChAD 173: Critical Issues in Infant and Toddler Development. San José State University. San Jose, CA.

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