Parenting Across Cultures is a longitudinal study across nine countries that is researching how biological, cultural and familial processes impact child development, self-regulation and risk-taking. Parenting Across Cultures is currently in its seventh year of research.
Three PAC papers made the list of “The Top 100 High-Impact Papers in Colombian Psychology” by Jean Nikola Cudina and Julio César Ossa in Information and Society, vol. 26, no. 2, pg. 137-154 and available online, May 2016.