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Prof. Hal S. Stern

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Professor of Statistics

Phone: (515) ***-****  
Local Address:  Irvine , California , United States
University of California , Irvine
101 The City Drive Bldg. 23; Route 81
Orange , California 92868
United States

Company Description: About the University of California, Irvine: Currently celebrating its 50th anniversary, UCI is the youngest member of the prestigious Association of American...   more
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  • M.S. Degree
    Stanford University
  • Ph.D. degree , statistics
    Stanford University
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The Weekly Detail
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Hal S. Stern, PhD, Professor, Department of Statistics, University of California, Irvine
When moms and dads are bonding ...
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When moms and dads are bonding with infants, said report co-author Hal Stern, a professor at the University of California at Irvine, such everyday interruptions as phone calls and text messages can have long-lasting impact.
"It speaks to the importance of having regular patterns in your interactions with your child," he said, "and a clear way to do that would be to kind of set the phone aside when it's reading time or play time."
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Even though the study's first phase focused on rodents, Stern said it showed that distractions can break the consistent rhythms that developing brains need to ensure the growth of robust neuron networks. He said children need greater assurance that when a parent picks up a book, for instance, that time really is reserved for them.
Researchers found that erratic care of infants can increase the likelihood of risky behaviors, drug and alcohol use, and depression in adolescence and adult life. Stern said that because mobile phones are so ubiquitous and bring an endless stream of calls, texts and social-media posts, the group's findings are especially important for today's parents.
"As children become adolescents," he said, "one might expect effects on risk-taking behaviors, and an increased risk of emotional disorders and the like."
Stern said the next step is to see how these discoveries in rodent behavior apply to people.
When moms and dads are bonding ...
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When moms and dads are bonding with infants, said report co-author Hal Stern, a professor at the University of California at Irvine, such everyday interruptions as phone calls and text messages can have long-lasting impact.
"It speaks to the importance of having regular patterns in your interactions with your child," he said, "and a clear way to do that would be to kind of set the phone aside when it's reading time or play time."
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Even though the study's first phase focused on rodents, Stern said it showed that distractions can break the consistent rhythms that developing brains need to ensure the growth of robust neuron networks. He said children need greater assurance that when a parent picks up a book, for instance, that time really is reserved for them.
Researchers found that erratic care of infants can increase the likelihood of risky behaviors, drug and alcohol use, and depression in adolescence and adult life. Stern said that because mobile phones are so ubiquitous and bring an endless stream of calls, texts and social-media posts, the group's findings are especially important for today's parents.
"As children become adolescents," he said, "one might expect effects on risk-taking behaviors, and an increased risk of emotional disorders and the like."
Stern said the next step is to see how these discoveries in rodent behavior apply to people.
Doing Bayesian Data Analysis
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Precision as the goal for data collection.10:30 Hal Stern (UC Irvine).
CHANCE | About Us
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Hal S. Stern is Ted and Janice Smith Family Foundation Dean of the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences and professor of statistics at the University of California, Irvine. Prior to becoming dean, he was founding chair of the department of statistics at UC Irvine and held faculty positions at Iowa State University and Harvard University. His research interests include assessing the fit of statistical models, combining information using Bayesian methods, applications of statistics in the social and biological sciences, and statistics in sports. He has authored more than 80 refereed journal publications and is co-author of the graduate-level statistics text Bayesian Data Analysis. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
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