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Ann Masten, Ph.D.

Ann Masten, Ph.D., is a Regents Professor in the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota. She completed her BA at Smith College and PhD in clinical psychology at Minnesota with an internship at UCLA. Dr. Masten is internationally known for her research on resilience in human development, particularly in the context of homelessness, poverty, war, disaster, and migration. Dr. Masten is a past President of the Society for Research in Child Development, recipient of numerous honors, and author of more than 200 publications, including the book, Ordinary Magic: Resilience in Development. She offers a free MOOC (Mass Open Online Course) on “Resilience in Children Exposed to Trauma, Disaster and War” that has been taken thousands of participants from more than 180 countries.

The presenter has disclosed the following conflict of interest: My 2014 book, Ordinary Magic: Resilience in Development, is still in print.

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Resilience in Science and Practice: Progress and Promise

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Ann Masten, Ph.D.
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