APA Call for Convention Proposals | Washington, DC | August 7–10, 2014 14
Diverse, internationally aware feminist perspectives
on technology, leadership, workplace, ecofeminism,
DSM-V/ICD- 11 encouraged. Anonymous review.
36—Society for the Psychology of Religion
David C. Wang, PhD, 1347 Hillandale Ave., Unit B, La
Habra, CA 90631-5296; (562) 903-6000; david.wang@
37—Society for Child and Family Policy
Stephanie D. Block, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Massachusetts-Lowell, 113 Wilder St.,
Suite 300, Lowell, MA 01854-3059; (978) 934-3937;
We encourage symposia and posters on practice,
policy, and their relation to research with children,
youth and families. Awards given for the best student
posters (student as first author). Anonymous review.
Rick A. LaCaille, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, University
of Minnesota–Duluth, 320 Bohannon Hall, Duluth, MN
55812; (218) 726-7411; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health psychology symposia or posters are welcome.
Awards given for best student and Early Career
Professional submissions (indicate “student” or “ECP”
under proposal title). Anonymous review.
Jill Bellinson, PhD, 229 W. 71st St., New York, NY
10023; (212) 724-6266; email@example.com.
40—Society for Clinical Neuropsychology
Krista M. Lisdahl, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, 2441 E. Hartford
Ave., Garland Hall, Rm. 224, Milwaukee, WI 53211; (414)
Abstracts should be related to neuropsychology,
hypothesis driven, and include empirical findings.
Critical reviews also considered but should be data
based. Anonymous review. Student awards given.
41—American Psychology-Law Society
Preeti Chauhan, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, John Jay
College of Criminal Justice–CUNY, 524 W. 59th St.,
10th Fl., Rm. 10-65-10, New York, NY 10019; (212) 237-
42—Psychologists in Independent Practice
Jennifer I. Huffman, PhD, 103 N. Regency Dr.,
Bloomington, IL 61701; (309) 660-8870; drjennifer@
43—Society for Family Psychology
Robin S. Everhart, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, Virginia
Commonwealth University, 808 W. Franklin St., Rm.
207, P.O. Box 842018, Richmond, VA 23284; (804) 828-
44—Society for the Psychological Study of
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues
Shara Sand, PsyD, 900 W. End Ave., #1C, New York,
NY 10025; (212) 666-5376; firstname.lastname@example.org.
45—Society for the Psychological Study
of Ethnic Minority Issues
Helen A. Neville, PhD, Dept. of Educational
Psychology, University of Illinois, 188F Education
Bldg., Champaign, IL 61820; (217) 244-6291; helen
Posters and symposia only.
46—Society for Media Psychology and Technology
Jerri Lynn Hogg, PhD, and Sharon Tettegah, PhD, 17
Riggs Ave., West Hartford, CT 06107; (860) 614-9659
(Hogg); (217) 265-5037 (Tettegah); email@example.com
(Hogg); firstname.lastname@example.org (Tettegah).
We are seeking symposia and posters that focus on
current research and practice related to the state
of the art of media psychology and technologies.
47—Exercise and Sport Psychology
Courtney B. Albinson, PhD, and Jamie L. Shapiro,
PhD, Counseling and Psychological Services,
Northwestern University, 633 Emerson St., Evanston,
IL 60208-4000; (847) 491-5915 (Albinson); (303)
871-3583 (Shapiro); email@example.com
(Albinson); firstname.lastname@example.org (Shapiro).
Sport/exercise/performance psychology symposia,
skill-building sessions, conversation hours, and posters welcomed. Please submit research findings as
posters or symposia; no individual papers accepted.