Congress Program Committee Seeks Nominations


The Scientific Program Committee for the 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology is seeking nominations for invited speakers and symposium organizers. The Congress, hosted by APA on behalf of the International Association of Applied Psychology, will take place August 9-14, 1998, in San Francisco.

The Congress theme is 'The Challenge for Applied Psychology: Bridging the Millennia.' The program will be broadly structured to incorporate all applied aspects of the discipline, including organizational psychology; psychological assessment; psychology and national development; environmental psychology; educational, instructional, and school psychology; clinical and community psychology; applied gerontology; health psychology; economic psychology; psychology and law; political psychology; sports psychology; and traffic and transportation psychology.

Nominations for invited speakers and symposium organizers should indicate the nominee's area of expertise, postal and e-mail addresses, and telephone and fax numbers. The program committee will particularly welcome nominations of women and individuals residing outside the United States.

Nominations must be submitted no later than September 1, 1995. Correspondence may be sent by e-mail to Merry Bullock, PhD, in the APA Science Directorate, at mxb.apa@email.apa.org, or to Vicki-Sue Slater, in the APA Convention Office, at vss.apa@email.apa.org; by fax to the attention of Ms. Slater at (202) 336-5708; or by writing to the Scientific Program Committee, c/o APA, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002.




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