Western Psychological Association
April 30–May 3, Las Vegas
The 2015 convention program will feature more than 30
distinguished speakers and invited symposia in addition to the
Terman Teaching Conference on April 29, statistics workshops,
the WPA film festival and presentations by WPA members.
Among the highlights are:
• Jodie Ullman, PhD, California State University, San
Bernardino, will deliver the WPA Presidential Address.
• Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, PhD, of the University of
Delaware, will give the APA Distinguished Scientist Lecture.
• David Funder, PhD, of the University of California,
Riverside, will be the Psi Chi Distinguished Speaker on the
International Personality Project.
• Michael Twohig, PhD, Utah State University, will give the
E.E. Jones Clinical and Psychotherapy Research Award Address.
• Philip Zimbardo, PhD, of the Heroic Imagination Project
will give a presentation on the topic of “The Secret Powers of
Time in Your Life.”
WPA Award Addresses will be delivered by:
• Peter Bentler, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles,
• Eugene Wong, PhD, California State University, San
• Jason T. Siegel, PhD, Claremont Graduate University (Early
• Allen M. Omoto, PhD, Claremont Graduate University
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Oct. 9–10, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
The NEPA 2015 annual meeting will be held
at Fitchburg State University. The NEPA
program continues to develop but is off to
a great start with Bernard Beins, PhD, as the
NEPA Distinguished Contribution Award
Speaker. As always, NECTOP will meet the
day before NEPA at the same location and will
have Eric Landrum, PhD, as one of the keynote
speakers. The NEPA meeting will include Psi
Chi programming. Please visit the NEPA website
at www.NEPsychological.org for more detailed
information on submission deadlines for both