APA Call for Convention Proposals | Washington, DC | August 7–10, 2014 13
Diversity, and Otherness in Theoretical and
Philosophical Psychology.” Student paper award.
Todd McKerchar, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
Jacksonville State University, 700 Pelham Rd. N.,
Jacksonville, AL 36265; (256) 782-5416; tmckerchar@
Symposia, oral presentations, and posters focusing on
basic, applied, or conceptual topics in behavior analysis, such as decision making, health behavior change,
autism, contingency management, and environmental
sustainability. Anonymous review.
26—Society for the History of Psychology
Vincent W. Hevern, PhD, Dept.of Psychology, Le
Moyne College, 1419 Salt Springs Rd., Syracuse, NY
13214-1301; (315) 445-4342; firstname.lastname@example.org.
27—Society for Community Research and
Action: Division of Community Psychology
Susan M. Wolfe, PhD, and Tiffeny R. Jimenez, PhD,
1137 Wishing Well Court, Cedar Hill, TX 75104; (682)
472-1161 (Wolfe); (312) 261-3582 (Jimenez); susan
. email@example.com (Wolfe); tiffeny
Proposals relevant to community psychology
research, theory, and practice. We accept symposia, posters, discussions, conversation hours, and
workshop proposals. No individual papers will be
accepted. Anonymous review
28—Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse
Richard M. Allen, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Colorado at Denver, P.O. Box 80217-
3364, Denver, CO 80217-3364; (303) 556-6740; richard.
Program and poster proposals in psychopharmacology
and substance abuse are invited. Translational symposia that cover topics from the bench to the clinic are
encouraged. Anonymous review.
Rodney K. Goodyear, PhD, School of Education,
University of Redlands, P.O. Box 3080, Redlands,
CA 92373-0999; (909) 748-8800; rod_goodyear@
Symposia and posters focusing on psychotherapy
practice, research, theory, and education and/or
the division’s presidential initiative of bridging
research and practice are invited. For details:
30—Society of Psychological Hypnosis
Marianne Barabasz, EdD, 1901 Tidwell Rd., Palouse,
WA 99161-9701; (509) 335-3416; firstname.lastname@example.org.
31—State, Provincial, and Territorial
Psychological Association Affairs
James Herzog, PhD, 4500 I- 55 North, Ste. 208,
Jackson, MS 39211-5931; (601) 981-5757; jdherzog1@
No poster sessions.
32—Society for Humanistic Psychology
Richard W. Bargdill, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
Virginia Commonwealth University, 820 W. Franklin
St., P.O. Box 842018; (804) 828-1240; rwbargdill@vcu
Program proposals relevant to research, theory, and
practice in the humanistic psychologies are invited.
The theme is “Human Dignity and Humanistic
Values.” We will accept symposia, posters, discussions, and skill-building proposals. No individual
papers. Anonymous review.
33—Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Laura Lee McIntyre, PhD, Dept. of Special Education
and Clinical SCIS, School Psychology Program, 5208
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403; (541) 346-
34—Society for Environmental, Population,
and Conservation Psychology
Beth M. Karlin, PhD, and Thomas J. Doherty, PsyD,
Center for Unconventional Security Affairs, University
of California–Irvine, 5548 Social & Behavioral
Sciences Gateway, Irvine, CA 92697; (949) 544-1496
(Karlin); (503) 288-1213 (Doherty); email@example.com
(Karlin); firstname.lastname@example.org (Doherty).
We welcome symposia, skill-building sessions, and
posters on the theme of “Psychology and Environment:
Health, Conservation and Sustainability.” Cross-division collaborations encouraged. Individual papers
not accepted. Anonymous review.
35—Society for the Psychology of Women
NiCole T. Buchanan, PhD, and Katharine Hahn Oh,
PhD, Psychology Social Science, Michigan State
University, 316 Physics-105C Psychology, East Lansing,
MI 48864; (517) 355-7677 (Buchanan); nbuchana@msu
.edu (Buchanan); email@example.com (Oh).
Symposia, posters, roundtables for “V is for
AdVancing Feminist Vision, Visibility, and Voice.”