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    • What Works? (Panel 1)

    • Evaluation; Social sciences; Nonprofit organizations; Non-governmental organizations; Social problems; Psychology, Applied; Philanthropy
    • When we tackle important social problems, how do we know what will work? This question is central for government agencies, NGOs, business leaders, philanthropists, and universities. This panel opens a daylong workshop entitled "What Works?" ...
    • What Works? (Panel 2)

    • Evaluation; Social sciences; Nonprofit organizations; Non-governmental organizations; Social problems; Psychology, Applied; Philanthropy
    • When we tackle important social problems, how do we know what will work? This question is central for government agencies, NGOs, business leaders, philanthropists, and universities. This is the second panel discussion in the daylong workshop "What...
    • Bridging cultures in the classroom: from research to practice

    • Psychology, Applied; Social sciences; Social problems; Social relations; Ethnicity in children; Cross-cultural psychology; Education Children; Education America; Teacher training; Elementary school teaching; High school teaching; High school...
    • Professor Patricia Greenfield of University of California at Los Angeles presents a method for bridging collectivistic and individualistic value orientations in the American classroom for this symposium on applied psychology. Specifically, Bridging...

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