Southeastern Psychological Association, Feb. 15–18,
in Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans.
In addition to a wide variety of papers and posters, the meeting
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will feature nine continuing-education workshops and several
invited speakers, including:
• Roy F. Baumeister, PhD, of Florida State University, will
present the APA G. Stanley Hall lecture on “The Why, What,
and How of Human Consciousness.”
• Ludy T. Benjamin, PhD, of Texas A&M University, on
“Goodbye Dr. Chips: Or When Will College Professors No
Longer Teach Any Courses.”
• Randall W. Engle, PhD, of Georgia Institute of Technology,
on “Working Memory/Attention Control as State and Trait
• Anthony G. Greenwald, PhD, of the University of
Washington, on “Implicit Bias: New Forms of the American
Dilemma and the New Science of Discrimination.”
• Debra Sue Pate, PhD, of Jackson State University, will
deliver the SEPA Presidential Address on “A Woman’s Place: In
Eastern Psychological Association, March 1–4,
Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh
The EPA meeting will feature:
• The Psi Chi/EPA Invited Keynote Address, by Herb Terrace,
PhD, of Columbia University.
• An APA-sponsored Presidential Integrative Symposium:
“David Rumelhart’s Legacy: Interactive Activation, Language
without Rules, and Learned Semantic Representations.”
Participants include Jay McClelland, PhD, of Stanford
University, David Plaut, PhD, of Carnegie Mellon University,
and Tim Rogers, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
• Terry Robinson, PhD, of the University of Michigan,
• David Myers, PhD, of Hope College, will present on
will present “Individual Variation in Resisting Temptation:
Implications for Addiction.”
• Lynn Liben, PhD, of Penn State University, will discuss
“Spatial Cognition as a Foundation for Representational
• John Kruschke, PhD, of Indiana University–Bloomington,
will lead a workshop on Bayesian data analysis.
“The Powers and Perils of Intuition” and “A Quiet World: The
Psychology of Hearing and Hearing Loss.”
More information about the EPA meeting is available at
Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, April 12–
14, Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, in Reno, Nev.
This year’s RMPA convention will include scholarly symposia,
oral paper sessions and poster sessions. Other highlights
• The Portenier–Wertheimer Teaching Conference, featuring
an Invited Teaching Address by Carole Wade, PhD, and a talk by
Roy F. Baumeister, PhD, of Florida State University.
• Invited research talks will be given by Gary Wells, PhD;