Developmental Science

Diana Divecha, Ph.D., writes about her favorite research on parenting and children's development

Personal Essays

Divecha, D. (2010, November). The purple crayonThe East Bay Monthly, pp. 5, 12, 16.

Divecha, D. (2008, January). True colorsThe East Bay Monthly, pp. 19-21.

Divecha, D. (2007). The puja.  In E. Fishel & T. Hinte (Eds.), Something That Matters: Life, Love, and Unexpected Adventures in the Middle of the Journey (pp. 113-118). Oakland, CA:Elizabeth Fishel.

Divecha, D. (2007). The language of silence. In E. Fishel & T. Hinte (Eds.), Something That Matters: Life, Love, and Unexpected Adventures in the Middle of the Journey (pp. 41-44). Oakland, CA:Elizabeth Fishel.

Divecha, D. (2006, November 12). The party. San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, p. 20.

Divecha, D. (2005, July). Coming of age. The East Bay Monthly, pp. 5-7.

Divecha, D. (2005). Homemaking. In M. Bond (Ed.), A Woman’s Asia (pp. 277-284), Palo Alto: Traveler’s Tales, Inc.

Divecha, D. (2005, November). Dwelling on the street. The East Bay Monthly, pp. 11,12,14.

Divecha, D. (2004, June). Silent country. The East Bay Monthly, pp. 21, 29.

Divecha, D. (2003, October). The fear factor. Ride!  pp. 32, 33, 34, 40, 44.

Divecha, D. (2003). Letting go.  In E. Fishel & T. Hinte (Eds.), Wednesday Writers: Ten Years of Writing Women’s Lives (pp. 110-113). Oakland, CA: Elizabeth Fishel.

Divecha, D. (2003, May). Riding lessons. California Riding Magazine, pp. 46, 48, 50.

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