Darcia Narvaez

Darcia Narvaez

Professor of Psychology
Psychology

100 Haggar Hall
574-631-7835
dnarvaez@nd.edu

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  • Child development
  • Parenting
  • Evolution
  • Morality
  • Virtue development
  • Moral education

Yahoo

Experts weigh in on judging Kavanaugh for alleged adolescent behavior: 'Most teens don't do that type of thing'

Notre Dame Psychologist Part of $3.9M Civic Virtues Project

Time

Why Some People Hate Being Hugged, According to Science

Psychology Today

The Single Most Important Thing to Know About a Baby

Psychology Today

Sacrificing Children's Health to Profits

Psychology Today

Make America’s Kids Healthy: Soothing Birth

Psychology Today

Make America’s Children Healthy Again, Pt. 3: Togetherness

The Atlantic

The Exceptional Cruelty of a No-Hugging Policy

Psychology Today

A Wrinkled “Wrinkle in Time”: The Film Lost the Point

Psychology Today

“Government-Sanctioned Child Abuse”: Border Separation

Psychology Today

Make America’s Children Healthy (Part 2): Affection

Psychology Today

Make America’s Children Healthy (Again): Part One

Psychology Today

Baby in the Senate! Is that Good?

Are video games to blame for gun violence? We spoke to an expert

Video
Psychology Today

The ‘On-Demand’ Life and the Basic Needs of Babies

Psychology Today

Self-Actualization: Are You on the Path?

Psychology Today

Stories of Connection to Heal the Primal Wound

Psychology Today

Stories That Heal Primal Wounds

Psychology Today

Why Early Experience Matters: Famous Scholars Know

USA Today

Are you a good person? Morality experts say this is how to find out

Psychology Today

Fantasyland: A Nation of Primally-Wounded People

Psychology Today

Your Primal Wound: What Happened in Childhood?

Psychology Today

The Primal Wound: Do You Have One?

Psychology Today

How to Heal the Primal Wound

Rome Reports

Vatican hosts award ceremony for the “Expanded Reason Awards”

EWTN

Ratzinger Foundation unveils new prize, announces American winners

Crux

An Orthodox, a Lutheran, and a Catholic win the 2017 Ratzinger Prize