“Revisiting the Costs and Benefits of Challenging Racial
Bias and Embracing Egalitarianism.” Participants: Diana T.
Sanchez, PhD, Alyssa Croft, Cheryl L. Dickter, PhD, and Jennifer
Schultz. July 31, 11 a.m.–12: 50 p.m.
“Mechanisms of Gratitude — Exploring How Gratitude
Enhances Well-Being.” Co-chairs: Robert A. Emmons, PhD,
and Mark R. McMinn, PhD. Participants: Alex Wood, PhD,
Nathaniel M. Lambert, PhD, Sara B. Algoe, PhD, Philip C.
Watkins, PhD, and Giacomo Bono, PhD. Discussant: Robert A.
Emmons, PhD. Aug. 1, 8–9: 50 a.m.
“Positive Emotions in the Context of Stress — How and
When Are They Beneficial?” Chair and discussant: Judith T.
Moskowitz, PhD. Participants: Sara B. Algoe, PhD, Anthony D.
Ong, PhD, Christian E. Waugh, PhD, and James M. McNulty,
PhD. Aug. 4, 10–11: 50 a.m.
Div. 10 (Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics,
Creativity and the Arts)
Conversation Hour: “Creative APA Clearinghouse to
Foster Excellent Popular Psychology in Television.”
Co-chairs: Mary B. Gregerson, PhD, and Reva C. Friedman, PhD.
Participants: Adam R. Fisher, Karen McGraa, PhD, June Wilson,
PhD, RN, Steven R. Pritzker, PhD, and Jina Carvalho. July 31,
9–9: 50 a.m.
“Creativity and Organizations — How Organizations
Extract Value From Creativity.” Participants: David Cropley,
PhD, and Marie J.C. Forgeard. Chair: Roni Reiter-Palmon, PhD.
Aug. 1, 10–10: 50 a.m.
“Neuroscience of Creativity and Intelligence.” Participants:
Mathias Benedek, PhD, Darya L. Zabelina, Oshin Vartanian,
PhD, and Rex Jung, PhD. Aug. 2, 9–9: 50 a.m.
Div. 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology)
Invited address by David Barlow, PhD: “Diversity in
Dissemination and Implementation of Practices: The
Challenges Ahead.” Aug. 2, 8–8: 50 a.m.
“Top 10 Lessons Learned From Disseminating Evidence-Based Interventions in Real World Settings — Dedicated to
the Memory of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema.” Chair: Joanna Arch,
PhD. Participants: Shirley M. Glynn, PhD, Steven Hollon, PhD,
Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, Terry Wilson, PhD, and Robyn Walser,
PhD. Aug. 3, 10–11: 50 a.m.
“An Evidence-Based Approach to Bridging Science and
Practice Across Clinical Training Settings.” Chair: Deborah
Drabick, PhD. Participants: Denise M. Sloan, PhD, Bryan T.
Forrester, John E. Pachankis, PhD, and Jennifer L. Callahan,
PhD. Aug. 4, 8–9: 50 a.m.
Div. 13 (Society of Consulting Psychology)
Conversation Hour: “Emerging Ethical and Legal Issues
in Consulting Psychology — Telepractice and Coaching.”
Participants: Stewart E. Cooper, PhD, and Rodney L. Lowman,
PhD. Discussant: Stephen H. Behnke, JD, PhD. July 31, 11–11: 50
“Consulting for Enhanced Performance of Elite Athletes
and Creative Arts Performers.” Chair and discussant: Stewart
E. Cooper, PhD. Participants: Elizabeth L. Shoenfelt, PhD, Kate
F. Hays, PhD, Randall W. Coeshott, PhD, and Sandra Foster,
PhD. Aug. 1, 9–10: 50 a.m.
“Merger of the Nation’s Largest Military Medical Centers
— Consultation, Service Delivery and Training.” Chair: Debra
L. Dunivin, PhD. Participants: Harold Wain, PhD, Michelle Tsai,
PsyD, Michael Sweda, PhD, Eric Getka, PhD, Melinda Capaldi,
PsyD, and Christian Larco, PhD. Discussant: Patrick H. DeLeon,
PhD, JD. Aug. 2, noon–1: 50 p.m.
Div. 14 (Society for Industrial and Organizational
Invited address by Ronald E. Riggio, PhD, on “The
Development of Leadership From Childhood Through Early
Adulthood.” Aug. 1, 11–11: 50 a.m.
“Promoting International Human Rights — Advocacy of
Psychologists at the UN.” Co-chairs: John C. Scott, PhD, and
Corann Okorodudu, EdD. Participants: Neal S. Rubin, PhD,
Miriam Y. Vega, PhD, Corann Okorodudu, EdD, Lauren Berrill,