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Columbia University

Aaron M. Sackett (Co-Chair)
University of Chicago

Sei Jin Ko (Co-Chair)
Northwestern University

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Stony Brook State University of New York

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University of Arizona

 

 

 



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Columbia University

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University of Chicago

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Northwestern University

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Stony Brook State University of New York

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University of Arizona

 

 

 



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Nicole Walden
University at Albany, State University of New York
Family Obligation and Social Adjustment in Economically Disadvantaged Youth
In a multiethnic sample of economically disadvantaged youth, family obligation, the expectation of children's loyalty and contribution to the family, was found to play a protective role in adolescents' psychological adjustment. Adolescents' endorsement of family obligation was found to mitigate the positive association between life stressors and antisocial behavior.

Joshua Watt
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Multiple Methods of Influencing Implicit Racial Bias in Shooting Decisions
Using a task intended to measure implicit racial bias in shooting decisions, we developed multiple methods of influencing this bias. Participants who were informed the task measured racial bias shot more unarmed black men than those in the control condition. Also, misinforming participants about the task led to less bias.

Kevin Hahn
Elizabethtown College
Potential Benefits of Face-to-Face Groups in Same-Sex Sexuality Exploration
Seventy individuals with varying levels of same-sex sexuality completed an online survey about their use of face-to-face groups, the Internet, or both, in exploring their sexuality. Those using solely face-to-face groups tended to express higher comfort about public aspects of their sexuality, lower social isolation, and lower need for acceptance.

Alaina Brenick
University of Maryland
Arab and Israeli Children's Stereotypes About the Other and Evaluations of Peer Intergroup Exclusion
Interviews conducted with 5-year-old Palestinian, Jordanian, Israeli-Palestinian, and Israeli-Jewish children (N = 433) regarding cultural stereotypes and peer exclusion revealed that children held negative stereotypes but were also inclusive regarding peers who were from a different country, spoke a different language, and had different customs. Nationality, gender, and context effects emerged.

Workshop on Entering into Aging Research
Morning Session (8:30 AM - 12:00 PM):

Fredda Blanchard-Fields
Georgia Institute of Technology
How to Write a Successful Aging Grant Application to NIH

Scott Huettel
Duke University
Neuroimaging the Aging Mind

Panel on Opportunities for Secondary Analysis:
Jack McArdle, University of Southern California
Advances in Longitudinal Data Analysis for Aging Research
Carol Ryff, University of Wisconsin-Madison and
Burt Singer, Princeton University
Integrative Pathways to Health and Illness: The MIDUS Study
David Weir,
University of Michigan
Health and Retirement Survey
Linda Waite, University of Chicago
National Social Life Health and Aging Project


Lunch on your own (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM)


Emerging Perspectives in Psychological Research on Aging
Afternoon Session (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM):

Lis Nielsen: Chair

Panel I: Integrative Research in Social & Personality Psychology of Aging
John T. Cacioppo, University of Chicago
Robert W. Levenson, University of California at Berkeley
Shelley Taylor, University of California, Los Angeles
David Bennett, Rush University
Turhan Canli, Stony Brook State University of New York

Panel II: Advances in Cognitive Aging Research
Tim Salthouse, University of Virginia
Denise Park, University of Texas at Dallas
Jack McArdle, University of Southern California
Laura Carstensen, Stanford University
Art Kramer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Panel III: Psychology, Neuroscience and Economics: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration Toward Understanding Decision Making and Economic Behavior over the Lifespan
David Laibson, Harvard University
Elke Weber, Columbia University
Scott Huettel, Duke University
Brent Roberts, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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