Final Programme

Wednesday May 30th 2018

8:00 – 9:00 AM

8:30 – 8:45 AM                                                                                          AMPHITHEATER F
Opening ceremony of LHRS 2018

8:45 – 9:00 AM
Short break

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                      AMPHITHEATER F
S01 – Mental and physical health
Pathways to excessive and harmful alcohol use in early adulthood
Barbara Maughan, London
S01A – The effect of parental drinking on alcohol use in young adults: the mediating role of parental monitoring and peer deviance
Liam Mahedy, Bristol
S01B – Externalising pathways to alcohol-related problems in early adulthood
Gemma Hammerton, Bristol
S01C – Examining the impact of anxiety on alcohol use across transition to adulthood
Jon Heron, Bristol

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                       ROOM I
S02 – Antisocial behavior – Attachment and psychopathology – recent findings from the Wirral Child Health and Development Study
Jonathan Hill, Reading
S02A – Attachment security assessed in the Still Face and the Strange Situation, vagal reactivity and child irritability at age 7 years
Jonathan Hill, Reading
S02B – Vulnerability to maternal criticism in infants securely attached at 14 months
Helen Sharp, Liverpool
S02C – Maternal sensitivity, attachment security and callous unemotional traits
Nicky Wright, Liverpool

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                       ROOM J
OC01 – Oral Communications 1 – Educational attainment –      
Moderator – Sylvana Côté, Bordeaux
OC01A – Doubling Down: Educational Effects on the Children of Incarcerated Fathers
Holly Foster, College Station
OC01B – Predictors of the IQ-Achievement Gap in France
Ava Guez, Paris
OC01C – Profiles of cognitive development and the role of socioeconomic status and preschool child care attendance
Talia Losier, Montreal
OC01D – Effects of Heterogeneous Length of Stay in a Residential Job Training Program for At-Risk Youth
Youngjo Im, Chicago
OC01E – Low or Interrupted Education as a Risk Factor for Criminality Leading to Imprisonment in Emerging Adults with Substance Use Problems
Teemu Kaskela, Helsinki
OC01F – How mother’s pre-pregnancy body mass index and smoking during pregnancy mediate the relationship between socioeconomic status and child’s birthweight
Morgane Ballon, Villejuif

10:30 – 11:00 AM 
Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:00 AM                                                                                     AMPHITHEATER F
Keynote 1 – Reframing autism as a behavioral syndrome
David Cohen, Paris, France

12:00 – 1:00 PM                                                                                        POSTER AREA
Lunch & poster session
Discussion Poster 1 – Resiliency                                                                                    
P01 – Contextual and individual factors as predictors of behavioral problems and resilience among Curaçaon 8th graders – Agnes de Lima-Heijns, Curacao
P02 – Differences in the social context according to latent profiles of adolescent psychopathology: Findings from a childhood conduct problems sample – Mélanie Lapalme, Sherbrooke

Educational attainment                                                            
P03 – Association between peer acceptance and early student engagement among preschool children – Marie-Claude Salvas, Saint-Jérôme
P04 – Using the Opportunity Propensity Model to Explain School Readiness in American and Canadian Children – Caroline Fitzpatrick, Church Polnt and Aubrey H. Wang, Philadelphia
P05 – Early Environmental and Cognitive Predictors of Learning Abilities – Ava Guez, Paris

Discussion Poster 2 – Antisocial behavior
P06 – Mediation analysis of mechanisms in the association between SES and child antisocial behaviour – Nora McIntyre, Sheffield
P07 – Childhood Conduct Problems, Callous-Unemotional Traits and Anxiety: Risk Trajectories Leading to Aggression and Criminality in 3016 Males and Females – Marie-Pier Robitaille, Montréal
P08 – Intergenerational Transmission of Anger: Parental Anger and the Effects on Adolescents and Young Adults – Gabriele Plickert, Pomona

Family functioning
P09 – Partnering with Cannibis Dispensaries to Prevent Underage Marijuana Use in Families with Cannibis Using Parents – Hyman Hops, Eugene
P010 – Preventing Adolescent Marijuna Use with a Family-Centered Behavioral Health Intervention: A 12-month Followup Study – Holly Waldron, Eugene

Discussion Poster 3 – Mental and physical health
P011 – Gender differences in trajectories of depressive symptoms during the transition to adolescence among youth with clinically significant conduct problems in childhood – Martine Poirier, Rimouski (Québec)
P012 – The role of temperament in psychopathology as a function of poverty and developmental period – Nadya Dich, Copenhagen
P013 – Trajectories of mental health problems during adolescence and early-adult functioning – Anoek Sluiter-Oerlemans, Groningen
P014 – Latent Class Modeling of Childhood BMI Trajectories – Daniel Schmolze, Duarte, CA
P015 – Parenting practices of the partners of parents with bipolar disorder: can competent parenting in middle childhood from one parent protect offspring against future psychopathology? – Lisa Serravalle, Montreal

1:00 – 2:30 PM                                                                                          AMPHITHEATER F
S03 – Symposium 3 – Psychosocial development – Is child care good for development ? And how can we be so sure about it ?
Maria Melchior, Paris
S03A – Early childcare and children’s behavioural and emotional trajectories: data from the EDEN cohort
Ramchandar Gomajee, Paris
S03B – Do child care services matter in the long-term? Associations with externalizing behavior problems and school performance in a 17-year population-based study
Sylvana Côté, Bordeaux
S03C – How robust are the estimates of child care quantity and quality effects? An empirical examination of sensitivity to confounders
Eric Dearing, Boston

1:00 – 2:30 PM                                                                                          ROOM I
S04 – Symposium 4 – Mental and physical health – Social Inequalities in Mental and Physical Health Across the Lifecourse
Laura Pryor, Paris
S04A – Socio-economic gradients in early language and motor development in France
Lydia Panico, Paris
S04B – Family poverty during childhood and mental health at 11 years of age: Results from the Danish National Birth Cohort
Laura Pryor, Paris
S04C – The expansion of compulsory education and adult health: quasi-experimental evidence from the Constances cohort
Emilie Courtin, London
S04D – Understanding how the context of living in poverty contributes to individuals’ vulnerability
Caroline Adam

1:00 – 2:30 PM                                                                                          ROOM J
S05 – Symposium 5 – Psychosocial development – Active and passive socio-environmental influences on healthy and unhealthy lifestyle outcomes in youth
Ian Colman, Ottawa
S05A – Prospective associations between television in the preschool bedroom and later bio-psycho-social well-being
Linda S. Pagani, Montréal
S05B – Extracurricular physical activity at age 6 is prospectively associated with academic outcomes and adjustment at age 12
Daniela Gonzalez-Sicilia, Montréal
S05C – The influence of personal social networks on adolescent lifestyle behaviours and risk of obesity
Tracie A. Barnett, Laval

2:30 – 2:45 PM
Short break

2:45 – 4:15 PM                                                                                          AMPHITHEATER F
S06 – Symposium 6 – Mental and physical health – Causes and consequences of child abuse or placement out of home: What can we learn from long-term population based and experimental studies?
Isabelle Ouellet-Morin, Montréal
S06A – Out-of-home placement before age 7 years and adult psychiatric and criminality outcomes in the 1987 Finnish birth cohort: A Nationwide propensity score-matched study
Sylvana Côté, Montréal
S06B – Enduring effect of early adversity on the hpa axis: The hypothesized moderating role of severity of experiences on cortisol reactivity and chronic secretion
Isabelle Ouellet-Morin, Montréal
S06C – Child neglect and abuse and life-course associations with cognition and mental health in the 1958 British Birth Cohort
Marie-Claude Geoffroy, Montréal

2:45 – 4:15 PM                                                                                          ROOM I
S07 – Symposium 7 – Family functioning ou Psychosocial development – Using quasi-experimental designs to explore later outcomes of early risk
Adi Stern, London
S07A – Infant domestic adoption: Do advantageous adoptive environments offset early risk ?
Rukmen Sehmi, London
S07B – Associations between abuse/neglect and ADHD from childhood to young adulthood: A prospective nationally-representative twin study
Adi Stern, London
S07C – The role of birth weight on the causal pathway to child and adolescent ADHD symptomatology: A twin differences longitudinal design
Kai Xiang Lim, London
S07D – Concurrent and Longitudinal Contribution of Exposure to Bullying in Childhood to Mental Health
Jean-Baptiste Pingault, London

2:45 – 4:15 PM                                                                                          ROOM J
OC2 – Oral Communications 2 – Psychosocial development
Moderator Cédric Galéra, Bordeaux
OC2A – Implementation of a multi-form planned missing data design in the context of multiple informants and repeated measures
Charlie Rioux, Montreal
OC2B – Prospective associations between early family meal environment quality and later well-being in school-aged children
Linda S. Pagani, Montréal, QC
OC2C – Emotional and Behavioral Symptom Network Structure in Elementary School Girls and Links with Anxiety Disorders in Adolescence and/or Early Adulthood
Alexandra Rouquette, Paris
OC2D – Repercussion of trajectories of maternal depression in the first years of life on peer relationship of children at 6 and 11 years old: 2004 Pelotas Birth Cohort
Jessica Mayumi Maruyama, São Paulo
OC2E – Understanding minds in middle childhood: The ongoing influence of caregivers’ references to internal states
Amy Paine, Cardiff
OC2F – What role does the cumulative burden of adolescent depression and conduct problems play in young adult functioning?
Ann Vander Stoep, Seattle, WA

4:15-4:30 PM
Mini coffee break

4:30-5:30 PM                                                                                            AMPHITHEATER F
Keynote 2 – Early life adversity and lifelong mental health: is there a direct line from womb to gloom?
Ian Colman, Ottawa, Canada

Thursday May 31th 2018 

8:00 -9:00 AM

8:30 – 9:30 AM                                                                                          AMPHITHEATER F
Keynote 3 – The EDEN Mother-Child cohort: a French study on early determinants of child health and development
Barbara Heude, Villejuif

9:30 – 9:45 AM
Short Break

9:45 – 11:15 AM                                                                                       AMPHITHEATER F
S08 – Symposium 8 – Psychosocial development – Adult outcomes: results from a longitudinal study of children
Elizabeth Costello, Durham
S08A – Impact of Bullying in Childhood on Adult Health, Wealth, Crime and Social Outcomes
Elizabeth Costello, Durham, USA
S08B – Cannabis Use and Disorder from Childhood to Adulthood
Sherika Hill, Durham, USA
S08C – Optimal outcomes of child and adolescent mental illness
Elizabeth Costello, Durham, USA

9:45 – 11:15 AM                                                                                       ROOM J
OC3 – Oral Communications 3
Moderator Anne-Laure Sutter, Bordeaux

Antisocial behavior                           
OC3A – Intergenerational continuity of antisocial behavior in families with a parent having bipolar disorder
Mark A Ellenbogen, Montréal
OC3B – Does coercive parenting influence the genetic and environmental etiology of childhood proactive and reactive aggression? A test of genetic correlation and moderation
Stephane Paquin, Rosemere
OC3C – Self-Control, Parental Control and Antisocial Behavior from Childhood to Adolescence: Evidence of Developmental Reciprocal Influences
Marie-Pier Robitaille, Montréal
OC3D – Association of Parenting, Peer Relations and Deviance Promotive Belief Systems with Risky Partnerships in Youth at Familial Risk for Conduct Problems
Miriam Ehrensaft, Durham
OC3E – Childhood Aggression and the Inter-generational Transfer of Health Risk: A Thirty-year Prospective Study of Disadvantaged Families
Dale Stack,

Mental and physical health
OC3F – Mental health outcomes up to age 13 years associated with latent profiles of early developmental vulnerability at age 5 years
Vaughan Carr, Sydney

11:15 -11:30 AM
Coffee break

11:30 AM -1:00 PM                                                                                             AMPHITHEATER F
S10 – Symposium 10 – Psychosocial development – ADHD over the life course: Understanding the developmental course of ADHD from preschool to young adulthood
Jessica Agnew-Blais, London                                                              
S10A – Predicting the adolescent-to-young adult outcome of preschool hyperactivity: psychopathology, functioning and costs
Edmund Sonuga-Barke, London
S10B – Early risk factors for hyperactivity-impulsivity and inattention from 1.5 to 17-years: A population-based birth cohort study
Francis Vergunst, Montreal
S10C – What is “adolescent-onset” ADHD? A population cohort investigation
Lucy Riglin, Cardiff
S10D – Do changes in ADHD affect cognitive functioning in young adulthood?
Jessica Agnew-Blais, London

11:30 AM -1:00 PM                                                                                             ROOM I
S11 – Symposium 11 – Psychosocial development – 99 – Peer groups, social support and loneliness: The role of social relationships in trajectories of health and development
Timothy Matthews, London
S11A – Early puberty, friendship group characteristics, and dating abuse in US girls
Sara R. Jaffee, Philadelphia, PA
S11B – Do high social support levels foster resilience to stressful life events?
Rukmen Sehmi, London
S11C – Protective factors for psychotic experiences amongst adolescents exposed to multiple forms of victimization
Eloise Crush, London
S11D – Lonely young adults in modern Britain: findings from an epidemiological cohort study
Timothy Matthews, London

11:30 AM -1:00 PM                                                                                             ROOM J
S12 – Symposium 12 – Mental and physical health – 65 – The retrospective collection of biographical data through the life history calendar: a useful method to understand [the health situation of vulnerable populations
Annabel Degrée du Loû, Paris
S12A – TEEWA (Teens living with antiretrovirals) study : A life-event history approach among teenagers born with HIV
Sophie Lecoeur, Paris
S12B – The impact of HIV and Hepatitis B on Sub-Saharan immigrants’ lives in Paris greater area – results from a life event history survey
Anne Gosselin, Paris
S12C – The retrospective life-course approach for studying people with disabilities’ vulnerability to HIV in an African context
Pierre Debeaudrap, Paris

1:00 – 2:00 PM                                                                                          POSTER AREA
Lunch & poster session
Discussion Poster 4 – Mental and physical health
P16 – Influence of disability onset during childhood on life trajectories in men and women from Cameroon (HandiVIH – ANRS12302) – Charles Emmanuel Moute Nyokon, Paris
P17 – Developmental schizotypy in the general population: associations with child protection reports and mental health contacts – Melissa Green, Darlinghurst
P18 – Childhood Developmental Vulnerabilities associated with Early Life Exposure to Infectious and Non-Infectious Diseases and Maternal Mental Illness – Melissa Green, Sydney

Psychobiological development
P19 – Psychobiological risk factors of anxiety disorders in adolescents; TRAILS study – Altanzul Narmandakh, Groningen
P20 – Models for stress response in children: application to 6-month infants from the Wirral Child Health and Development Study (WCHADS ) – Andrew Pickles, London

Discussion Poster 5 -Antisocial behavior
P21 – The Curaçao Longitudinal Study of Juvenile Resilience and Delinquency – Agnes de Lima-Heijns, Curacao
P22 – A systematic review of mechanisms in the relationship between SES and child antisocial behaviour – Nora McIntyre, Sheffield

Family functioning                                                                                                      
P23 – Experiences in peer relationships in adolescence and perceived parenting stress in young adulthood – Tina Kretschmer, Groningen
P24 – The Influence of Harsh Parenting on Relationship Quality across Generations – Tricia Neppl, Ames, Iowa

Discussion Poster 6 – Psychosocial development                                                                
P25 – Developmental trajectories of anxiety and depressive symptoms from early childhood to school age: correspondence among mother and teacher reports – Marie Navarro, Bordeaux
P26 – Examining the intertwined development of prosocial skills and ASD symptoms in adolescence – Anoek Sluiter-Oerlemans, Groningen
P27 – Peer-victimisation trajectories from early childhood to adolescence – Sinziana Oncioiu, Bordeaux
P28 – TRAILS Next – Tracking the next generation submit by : Jennifer Klop-Richards, Groningen

2:00 – 3:30 PM                                                                                          AMPHITHEATER F
S13 – Symposium 13 – Mental and physical health – 70 – The early roots of suicide: evidence from prospective birth cohort studies and meta-analysis
Ian Colman, Ottawa
S13A – Developmental origins of suicidality: systematic review and meta-analysis of the in utero and perinatal influences on suicide mortality
Massimiliano Orri, Montreal
S13B – Childhood cognitive trajectories of suicidal deaths by mid-adulthood: prospective investigations of the 1958 British Birth Cohort
Stéphane Richard-Devantoy, Montreal
S13C – Life-course associations of childhood victimization and serious suicidal ideation, suicide attempt and mortality
Lea Perret et Marie-Claude Geoffroy, Montreal

2:00 – 3:30 PM                                                                                          ROOM I
Symposium 14 – Psychosocial development – 5 – Longitudinal associations between maternal depression and children’s socio-emotional development
Anne-Laure Sutter-Dallay, Bordeaux
S14A – Stability and change in behaviour problems across early childhood: contributions of maternal depression and child gender
Judith van der Waerden, Paris
S14B – Longitudinal trajectories of maternal depressive symptoms and internalizing symptoms in the offspring
Marilyn Ahun, Montreal
S14C – Comparing adolescent and adult depression: A longitudinal family study of symptom presentation
Frances Rice, Cardiff

2:00 – 3:30 PM                                                                                          ROOM J
OC4 – Free Communications 4 – Mental and physical health
Moderator – Lydia Panico                
OC4A – Early Life Adversity and Cardiovascular Reactivity and Recovery
Stacey Doan, Claremont
OC4B – Interbirth spacing and mental health disorders in the offspring at 11 years: 2004 Pelotas birth cohort study
Alicia Matijasevich, São Paulo
OC4C – From home-based HIV testing to viral suppression: HIV care trajectories in the context of Universal Test-and-Treat in rural South Africa
Joseph Larmarange, Paris
OC4D – From individual care trajectories to HIV care cascade at population level in rural KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa): the impact of population dynamics (ANRS 12249 TasP trial)Joseph Larmarange, Paris
OC4E – Get your children on time? A multi-cohort study on parental age and offspring mental health problems
Albertine Oldehinkel, Groningen
OC4F – 80 – Optimizing life-course outcomes for children with hyperactivity: evidence from a prospective birth cohort
Stephan Collishaw, Cardiff

3:30 – 4:00 PM
Coffee Break

4:00 – 5:00 PM                                                                                           AMPHITHEATER F
Keynote 4 – DNA methylation as a mediator in the link between early adversity and child and adolescent psychopathology
Ted Barker, London, UK

5:15 -7:00 PM
Upon previous registration at the welcome desk of the Conference (limited to 30 people)
Guided tour of the historic site of the Pitié Salpétrière Hospital with a guide lecturer and historian, specialist of the Public Assistance of Paris Hospitals (APHP)

8:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Social event of the LHRS 2018 Conference: (on separate registration)
Dinner cruise party on a boat along the Seine river through Paris city center.
Register here

Friday June 1st 2018 

8:00 -9:00 AM

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                       AMPHITHEATER F
S15 – Symposium 15 – Mental and physical health – Interventions for Children with Antisocial Behavior: Long-term Outcomes and Moderators and Mediators of Treatment Response
Daniel S. Shaw, Pittsburgh
S15A – Autonomic Nervous System Predictors of Aggressive Preadolescents’ Response to Group Versus Individual Intervention Formats Through a Four-year Follow-up
John E. Lochman, Alabama
S15B – Factors that Discriminate Intervention Response to the Family Check-Up: Family and Neighborhood Risk
Daniel S. Shaw, Pittsburgh
S15C – A multi-modal preventive intervention for disruptive kindergarten children: Impacts on social capital during early adulthood and their mechanisms
Francis Vergunst, Montreal

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                       ROOM I
S16 – Symposium 16 – Educational attainment – Marijuana use across the Americas: tracking trends and their drivers in the past twenty year
Magdalena Cerdá, Sacramento
S16A – Why Hasn’t Adolescent Marijuana Use Gone Up in Recent Years, as Perceived Risk of Marijuana Has Declined to Historical Lows?
Richard Miech, Columbia
S16B – Perceived risk and use of marijuana in a changing world: how are the two evolving in the Southern Cone?
Magdalena Cerdá, Sacramento
S16C – Investigating how perceived riskiness, wrongfulness and availability of marijuana are associated with medical marijuana legalization, marijuana use, and daily marijuana use over time by age in the United States
Pia Mauro, Columbia

9:00 – 10:30 AM                                                                                       ROOM J
OC5 – Oral Communications 5 – Psychobiological development
Moderator : Xavier Benarous, Paris
OC5A – Developmental trajectories of fine motor skills during the preschool period
Hugo Peyre, Paris
OC5B – Impact of a psychosocial intervention on stress regulation and disruptivebehaviors among preschoolers in childcare center : a cluster randomized controlled trial
Marie-Pier Larose, Montreal

Family functioning
OC5C – Intergenerational Continuity of Child Maltreatment: The Role of Substance Use, Depressive Symptoms, and Strain
Kimberley Henry, Fort Collins
OC5D – Cybervictimization and its association with mental health problems in young adulthood: Findings from a genetically sensitive longitudinal cohort study
Louise Arseneault, King’s College London
OC5E – iCoverT: A rich data source on the incidence of child maltreatment over time in England and Wales
Michelle Degli Esposti, University of Oxford
OC5F – Friendships promote children’s resilience to harsh, non-supportive parenting: a twin study
Lucy Bowes, University of Oxford

10:30 – 11:00 AM
Coffee break

11:00 – 12:30 AM                                                                                     AMPHITHEATER F
S17 – Symposium 17 – Mental and physical health – 87 – Long-term consequences of severe early deprivation: the young adult follow-up of the English and Romanian Adoptees study
Barbara Maughan, London
S17A – Outcomes of deprivation-specific problems following early institutional deprivation: A comparison of the impact of ADHD and DSE in young adulthood
Mark Kennedy, Southampton, UK
S17B – Modelling trajectories of cognitive recovery into young adulthood following early severe deprivation: What is the pattern of cognitive recovery and what can we learn from this about plasticity in cognitive function?
Jana Kreppner, Southampton, UK
S17C – Late emergence of emotional disorder following early institutional deprivation: Latent vulnerability or knock-on effects of prior neuro-developmental deficits?
Barbara Maughan, Londres

11:00 – 12:30 AM                                                                                     ROOM I
S18 – Symposium 18 – Psychobiological development – Prenatal environmental exposures, placental DNA methylation, and neurodevelopment in the EDEN mother-child cohort
Johanna Lepeule, La Tronche
S18A – Maternal dietary exposure to chemicals during pregnancy and developmental outcomes of preschool aged children
Jérémie Botton, Villejuif
S18B – Prenatal exposure to non-persistent endocrine disruptors and behavior in boys at 3 and 5 year
Claire Philippat, La Tronche
S18C – Pregnancy exposure to tobacco smoking, atmospheric pollution and meteorological conditions and placental DNA methylation
Johanna Lepeule, La Tronche

11:00 – 12:30 AM                                                                                     ROOM J
Oral Communications 6 – Mental and physical health
Moderator – Hugo Peyre, Paris
OC6A – Psychosis-spectrum disorders in adulthood are predicted by childhood social characteristics and disadvantaged neighborhood contexts
Dale Stack, Montreal, QC
OC6B – Low reward responsiveness at age 16 predicts onset of depression during nine years of follow-up
Charlotte Vrijen, Groningen
OC6C – Using Random Intercept Cross-lagged Panel Models to Investigate The Association between Self-esteem and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents: Separating between-person effects from within-person effects
Maurits Masselink, Groningen
OC6D – Beyond not bad or just okay: Social predictors of young adults’ wellbeing and functioning. A TRAILS study
>Jennifer Klop-Richards, Groningen
OC6E – Trajectories of maternal depression in childhood and offspring risk of suicide-related behaviours in early adolescence : 2004 Pelotas Birth Cohort
Tiago Neuenfeld Munhoz, Pelotas
OC6F– Sticks and stones may break bones but words increase the risk of psychotic experiences.
Colm Healy, Dublin

12:30 – 1:00 PM                                                                             AMPHITHEATER F
Closing and poster award

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