Convention Program

FRED KAVLI KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Thursday, May 25 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Only When the Shoe Fits: Primitive Procedures for Vocabulary Learning

Lila R. Gleitman
University of Pennsylvania

Lila R. Gleitman will be featured in the Inside the Psychologist’s Studio program at this year’s convention. She will be interviewed by APS President Susan Goldin-Meadow.

BRING THE FAMILY ADDRESS
Saturday, May 27 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
What Makes the Human Mind Special? Insights From Nonhuman Animals

Laurie R. Santos
Yale University

PRESIDENTIAL SYMPOSIUM
Friday, May 26 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Sense and Sensibility: How Our Bodies Do – and Don’t – Shape Our Minds

Susan Goldin-Meadow
The University of Chicago (Chair)

Jessica K. Witt
Colorado State University

Amy J.C. Cuddy
Harvard University

Susan Wagner Cook
The University of Iowa

Ted Supalla
Georgetown University

CROSS-CUTTING THEME PROGRAMS

The Many Flavors of Relationships

Patrick Davies, University of Rochester
Katherine Jewsbury Conger, University of California, Davis
Shigehiro Oishi, University of Virginia
Belle Rose Ragins, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Sheldon Cohen, Carnegie Mellon University

The Science of Fear: From Basic Psychological Mechanisms to Impact on Society

Daniela Schiller, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Nnamdi Pole, Smith College
Steven L. Neuberg, Arizona State University, Tempe
Linda M. Isbell, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Arie W. Kruglanski, University of Maryland, College Park

Doing the Most for the Many: Psychological Scientists Who Inform Public Policies

Ruth B. Balser, Massachusetts Legislature State Representative
Patrick DeLeon, Former President of American Psychological Association
Elana J. Eisman, American Psychological Association
Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Valerie F. Reyna, Cornell University
Laurence Steinberg, Temple University


APS JAMES MCKEEN CATTELL FELLOW
AWARD ADDRESSES

Moderation in All Things: A Call to Focus on Individual Differences in Mental Health
Treatment Research

Robert J. DeRubeis, University of Pennsylvania

Ambivalent Stereotypes Support Inequality and Conflict – or Peace
Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University

Understanding and Controlling Mistaken Eyewitness Identification: Contributions of Psychological
Science

Gary L. Wells, Iowa State University

APS WILLIAM JAMES FELLOW
AWARD ADDRESSES

The Implicit Revolution in Social, Cognitive, and Developmental Psychological Science: A Symposium in Honor of Mahzarin R. Banaji
Mahzarin R. Banaji, Harvard University*
*A symposium will be held in her honor.

Interdependence, America Style
Hazel R. Markus, Stanford University

Adaptive Constructive Processes in Memory and Imagination
Daniel L. Schacter, Harvard University

Are We Creating a Society of Smart Fools? Lessons From 40+ Years of Research on Human Intelligence, Creativity, and Wisdom
Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University

SSCP DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST
AWARD ADDRESS

Inhibitory Learning and Inhibitory Regulation During Exposure Therapy: Translation From Basic Science to Clinical Application
Michelle G. Craske, University of California, Los Angeles


APS-DAVID MYERS DISTINGUISHED LECTURE ON THE SCIENCE AND CRAFT OF TEACHING PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE

Reflections on What I’ve Learned From Walking (or Running) a Step With Students (N=9)


Michelle “Mikki” R. Hebl,
Rice University
SPECIAL EVENT
Real-World Implications of Implicit Bias


Modupe N. Akinola
Columbia University

Louis A. Penner
Wayne State University/Karmanos Cancer Center and Research Center for Group Dynamics

Naomi Ellemers
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Program Committee

24th Annual APS-STP Teaching Institute

Invited Speakers

Workshops

Continuing Education Programs

Student Events

 

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