Tools of Psychological Science

The APS 20th Annual Convention will feature several addresses and workshops that address the "Tools of Psychological Science." These events will provide up-to-date information and practical advice on models, methods, and measurement in psychological science, as well as resources for conducting psychological science. These events, cross-listed here, are included in other sections of the program highlights, and will be scheduled throughout the convention..

Psychophysiology Made Easy
Terry Blumenthal

Wake Forest University
Tyler Lorig
Washington and Lee University

Social Regulation of Gene Expression
Steven Cole

University of California, Los Angeles
Invited Address as part of the Genetics, Environment, Culture and Behavior theme on

Teaching Statistics: Active Learning in the Classroom
Andrew Gelman

Columbia University

Mixed Models for Longitudinal Data Analysis
Don Hedeker

University of Illinois at Chicago

Bayesian Evaluation of Informative Hypotheses: An Introductory Course
Herbert Hoijtink

University of Utrecht
Irene Klugkist
University of Utrecht

Moving Forward with IRBs: Best Practices
Philip Rubin, Yale University, Chair
Roxane Cohen Silver, University of California, Irvine
Bennett I. Bertenthal, Indiana University
Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association
Robert E. Remez, Barnard College

The Statistical Analysis of Mediation Effects
Kristopher J. Preacher, Co-Chair, University of Kansas
Dave MacKinnon, Co-Chair, Arizona State University
Amanda Fairchild, Arizona State University,
Patrick Shrout, New York University,
JeeWon Cheong, University of Pittsburgh

Show Me the Money: Grant-Getting for Graduate Students and New Faculty
Amber Story, National Science Foundation
Robert W. Levenson, University of California, Berkeley
Morton Ann Gernsbacher, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Opportunities for Advancing Behavioral and Social Research on Aging: An Introduction for Psychological Scientists
John T. Cacioppo, Introductory Remarks, University of Chicago
Robert W. Levenson, Chair, Morning Session, University of California, Berkeley
Lis Nielsen, Chair, Afternoon Session, National Institute on Aging

Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers
301 East North Water St.
May 22 - May 25, 2008

Psychology as a Hub Science - John T. Cacioppo