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Cary J. Roseth, PhD, and DeLeon Gray, PhD, 1998
Pinecrest Dr., East Lansing, MI 48823-1350; (517) 432-
0454 (Roseth); (919) 515-2011 (Gray); croseth@msu
.edu (Roseth); firstname.lastname@example.org (Gray).
No special requirements. Anonymous review.
Robin S. Codding, PhD, and Amanda Clinton, PhD,
University of Massachusetts–Boston, College of
Education & Human Development, 100 Morrissey
Blvd., Boston, MA 02125; (617) 287-7613 (Codding);
(787) 245-9615 (Clinton); email@example.com
(Codding); firstname.lastname@example.org (Clinton).
We welcome proposals pertaining to all areas of
school psychology. Proposals for poster sessions
( 1 hour) and symposia ( 1 hour 50 minutes) will be
reviewed. We will also review paper proposals to be
presented as roundtables ( 50 minutes) according to
the following broad themes: Implementation Science
in Schools; School & Teacher Violence: Practice,
Research, and Policy; Measurement, Assessment,
and Progress Monitoring. Anonymous review.
17—Society of Counseling Psychology
Rosemary E. Phelps, PhD, Counseling and Human
Development Services, University of Georgia, 110
Carlton St., 0421A Aderhold Hall, Athens, GA 30602;
(706) 542-4221; email@example.com.
We welcome 1-hour proposals—symposia, posters, and roundtables—addressing our theme,
“Counseling Psychology in Action: Conversations,
Collaborations, and Commitment to Change.”
18—Psychologists in Public Service
Erika Fitzgerald, PhD, LT, Public Health Service, U.S.
Penitentiary, P.O. Box 7500, 5880 Highway 67 South,
Florence, CO 81226; (719) 784-5882; efitzgerald@bop
Posters and 1-hour symposia in public sector psychology are invited. Areas of interest: veterans, criminal
justice, public safety, serious mental illness, Native
Americans, ethics, advocacy, diversity, telepsychol-ogy, and integrated care. Paper submissions are not
accepted. Anonymous review.
19—Society for Military Psychology
Nathan D. Ainspan, PhD, and Ann Landes, PhD,
Transition to Veterans Program Office, 1700 N. Moore
St., Ste. 1410, Arlington, VA 22204; (703) 304-5904
(Ainspan); (352) 376-1611, ext. 4745 (Landes); div19@
ainspan.com (Ainspan); firstname.lastname@example.org (Landes).
Please submit your symposia, papers, posters, and
skill- or professional-building sessions in the area
of military psychology (including clinical, counseling, human factors, industrial/organizational, social,
cognitive, and experimental). Innovative sessions in
collaboration with other divisions are greatly encouraged. Anonymous review.
20—Adult Development and Aging
Christopher B. Rosnick, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Edwardsville,
IL 62026; (618) 650-5351; email@example.com.
Proposals relevant to the focus—“Bridging Aging
Communities”—are encouraged in all formats.
Student paper competition; contact program chair.
and Engineering Psychology
Jeanine K. Stefanucci, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
College of Social and Behavioral Science, 380 S. 1530
East, Rm. 502, Salt Lake City, UT 84112; (801) 585-
Program proposals in the areas of embodied cognition, engineering for older populations, and issues
for health care are invited. Posters and papers also
accepted. Anonymous review.
Teresa Ashman, PhD, and M. Jan Tackett, PhD,
Shepherd Center, 2020 Peachtree Rd., NW, Atlanta,
GA 30309; (404) 350-7553 (Ashman); (206) 764-2823
(Tackett); firstname.lastname@example.org (Ashman);
23—Society for Consumer Psychology
Andrew D. Gershoff, PhD, and Katherine A. Burson,
PhD, Marketing Dept., B6700, Red McCombs School of
Business at the University of Texas–Austin, 1 University
Station, Austin, TX 78712; (512) 471-6602 (Gershoff);
(734) 764-6873 (Burson); andrew.gershoff@mccombs.
utexas.edu (Gershoff); email@example.com (Burson).
We are seeking papers, symposia, and posters that
focus on current research related to consumer psychology. Anonymous review
24—Society for Theoretical
and Philosophical Psychology
Edwin E. Gantt, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, Brigham
Young University, 1086 SWKT, Provo, UT 84602;
(801) 422-9785, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Symposia, papers, and poster proposals encouraged
on the theme “Exploring and Enriching Pluralism,