The Foundation for Child Developmentâ€™s Young Scholars Program is extending its call for submissions for 2017. The program supports policy and practice-relevant research that is focused on the early learning and development needs of the US children who are growing up under conditions of economic insecurity and social exclusion.
All proposed research should focus on the ways in which the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of theÂ early care and education workforce (ECE workforce)Â can support young children’s growth and development across the birth through age eight continuum.
Eligible researchers will have received their doctoral degrees (e.g., PhD, EdD, PsyD, MD, JD, etc.) within 1Â to 7Â years of application submission, or withinÂ 10Â years for physician applicants.
The Young Scholars Program encourages individuals from historically disadvantaged or underrepresented groups (e.g., first-generation college graduates and those from low-income communities) and researchers that represent a variety of disciplines and methodological…
The National Research Conference on Early Childhood will take place on July 11â€“13, 2016, at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. The conference will focus on access to quality early education and care, emphasizing evidence-based practices and policies. The Administration for Children and Families will present this conference and highlight cutting-edge research on low-income families with young children. For more information, please visit the conference website.
American Psychological Foundation Requests Proposals for Early Career Grants in Cognition and Applied Neuropsychology
The American Psychological Foundationâ€™s (APF) David Wechsler Early Career Grant for Innovative Work in Cognition invites researchers to submit proposals for grants up to $25,000 for work on neuropsychology, intelligence, and assessment aspects of cognition. The program hopes to provide financial support for innovative research and programs that enhance the power of psychology to elevate the human condition and advance human potential both now and in generations to come.
APF encourages applications from individuals who represent diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, and sexual orientation.Â The application deadline is June 15, 2016.Â For more information, please visit the grant website.Â For further questions, please contact the Program Officer, Samantha Editington, at email@example.com.
The meeting will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on October 12â€“15.
CLACIP 2016 will focus on ways to advance psychology as a science, practice, and public good. Strategies to improve research, academia, training, technology, and public policy in Argentina and Latin America as a whole will be discussed at the various talks and presentations.
For more information on the program and registration, please visit the CLACIP 2016 website.
The first French national conference on “Preparing the New Generation of Psychologists” will be held in Paris, France, on September 16â€“17, 2016.
The program will discuss objectives, methods, and resources for teaching psychology. There will be talks, panel discussions, and posters that will address the current state of psychological education in France as well as ideas for enhancing education of future psychologists.
For more information, including how to submit a poster proposal, please visit theÂ conference website.
Marion Mouret (conference coordinator):Â firstname.lastname@example.org
Dana Castro (conference co-chair):Â email@example.com
Douglas Bernstein (conference co-chair):Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NCPW15 Workshop will be held on August 8â€“9, 2016, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its focus will be on “Contemporary Neural Network Models: Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognition.”
The event will be funded by the W. K. & K. W. Estes Fund, Google DeepMind, and the Rumelhart Emergent Cognitive Functions Fund.
APS William James Fellow James McClelland, Stefan Frank, and Daniel Mirman are organizing the event.
The organizers are pleased to announce a workshop on Contemporary Neural Network Models, bringing the latest developments in Deep Neural Networks, Deep Reinforcement Learning Networks, and Recurrent Neural Networks with Long-Short-Term Memory Units into contact with contemporary cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience research. Plenary speakers are established and emerging experts in the development of deep neural network models of perception, action and cognition, and include authors of Google DeepMindâ€™s projects achieving human-level performance in Atari games and Go and in creating innovative…
Lawrence Culp, Jr., chair of the Collegeâ€™s Board of Visitors and Governors, is providing $2 million in endowment funding to support the chair of Washington Collegeâ€™s Department of Psychology. Specifically, the gift will endow the Dr. Carol C. Culp Chair in Psychology in honor of his late mother. Recognizing the importance of leadership within the department, this endowed professorship will be held by the department chair.
Washington Collegeâ€™s Department of Psychology provides curriculum, labs, internships, and programming in both clinical/counseling and behavioral neuroscience. Grounded in small classes that emphasize discussion and collaboration between students and faculty, the program encourages students to work alongside their teachers on topical research including the genetic causes of alcoholism, modern racism, the impact of learning disorders, and the behavioral consequence of head injury. For more information about the endowment, contact Wendy M. Clarke at (410) 778-7431 or email here email@example.com.
Registration is now open for the First Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Judgment and Decision Making Studies (SEJyD), taking place on July 12â€“13, 2016. The program features plenary lectures by Martin Skov, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Wandi Bruine de Bruin, and Todd Hare, one workshop, one panel discussion, six spoken paper sessions, and two poster sessions. The breadth of topics in the conference intends to reflect the breadth of contemporary judgment and decision-making studies. These have addressed issues in the domains of aesthetics, morals, sport, consumer behavior, and the neural foundations of judgment and decision-making.
This conference aspires to embody the main mission of the SEJyD: to promote, encourage, and facilitate judgment and decision-making studies by creating platforms for sharing common interests, tutoring of young researchers, and developing interdisciplinary collaborations and joint research projects.
NITOP 2017 39th ANNUAL NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON THE TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY January 3â€“6, 2017 TradeWinds Island Grand Resort, St. Pete Beach, Florida
Co-sponsored by: The Association for Psychological Science The University of South Florida Department of Psychology
Registration is limited to 400 participants; registration by November 15, 2016 is highly recommended. The early conference registration fee is only $10 more than the early registration fee for the January 2016 NITOP for registrations received through November 15, 2016 (regular participant, $555) and after November 15, 2016, the regular participant registration fee will be $605. This fee includesAdmission to all conference sessions and events 200 pages of handouts which are available online during the conference and afterward Buffet breakfasts and lunches Refreshments at coffee breaks and poster sessions An evening reception, and Two social hours.
Proposals for Teaching Slam and Demo Demo presentations should be received by September 15, 2016 and…
The 6th International Self-Determination Theory (SDT) Conference will take place from June 2â€“5, 2016, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with poster submissions being accepted until February 1. Thefirst day (June 2) will start with a welcoming ceremony and Recognition of Presence on Coast Salish Territory, followed by presentations by SDT leaders on the most recent theoretical developments in self-determination theory, cumulating with a talk by the SDT founders and APS Fellows Edward Deci and Richard Ryan. A welcome reception will follow. The second day (June 3) will celebrate the science of SDT with several presentations of keynote speakers, symposia, paper sessions, and poster presentations. On the third day (June 4), the focus will be on the applications of SDT in various life contexts such as education, health, parenting, therapy, environment protection, societal issues, aging, etc. In addition to keynote speakers, paper sessions, and posters on the…
23rd Annual RAND Summer Institute, July 11-14, 2016, Santa Monica, CA. Two conferences addressing critical issues facing our aging population: Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists; Workshop on the Demography, Economics, Psychology, and Epidemiology of Aging. Interested researchers can apply for financial support covering travel and accommodations. More information and application form: www.rand.org/labor/aging/rsi.html.
Schola Empirica, in cooperation with the Institute for European and National Strategies (InStrategy), is pleased to announce the forthcoming Prague Summer Schools on the following topics:
Prague Summer Schools are 7-day academic programs designed to bring together undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds to enjoy their summer holidays in a unique academic and cultural environment.
From the evening of Sunday, June 19, to the morning of Friday, July 1, 2016, the Russell Sage FoundationÂ will sponsor a new Summer Institute in Social-Science Genomics, to be held at the Rutgers UniversityÂ Inn and Conference Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
The purpose of this two-week workshop is to introduce graduate students and beginning faculty in economics,Â sociology, psychology, statistics, genetics, and other disciplines to the methods of social-science genomics â€” theÂ analysis of genomic data in social science research.
The 18th European Conference on PersonalityÂ (ECP), will be held in Timisoara (Romania), at the West University of Timisoara, July 19-23, 2016.
The conference is co-organized by the European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP) and the West University of Timisoara (WUT).Â The biennial ECP conference is among the most important events to promote and exchange the most exciting research in personality. For more information, visit the conference website.Important Dates for Submissions
Submission opening date: November 15th, 2015 Submission deadline (paper, poster, symposium): February 1st, 2016 Feedback on abstract acceptance: April 15th, 2016
The 23rd Biennial Congress on Human Ethology, sponsored by the International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE) and the University of Stirling, will be held at the University of Stirling, Scotland, from August 1â€“5, 2016. The 2016 academic program will include several invited speakers, other oral presentations, and a poster session. Confirmed plenary speakers include Malinda Carpenter, Robin Dunbar, David Perrett and Benoist Schaal. The cultural program will include a banquet dinner and extracurricular activities. ISHE provides financial support for students who are first author presenters of accepted conference proposals.
Psychonomic Societyâ€™s 57th Annual Meeting November 17â€“20, 2016 Boston, Massachusetts, USA
The International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology will be held 2â€“5 August 2016 in Brisbane, Australia.
The call for submissions is open, and the abstract deadline is 9 November 2015.
For more information, visit icttp2016.com.