New England Psychological Association Meeting
The 1995 Annual Meeting of the New England Psychological
Association (NEPA) will be held October 27-28 at Gordon College in
Wenham, MA. NEPA invites proposals in accordance with, but not
limited to, the following themes: Clinical & Academic Perspectives
on Family Conduct; Divorce & Remarriage; Adolescence; Developmental
Psychology; Psychopharmacology; Impact of Prescription Privileges;
Animal Learning; Violence & Aggression; Substance Abuse;
Cross-Cultural Research; Intergroup Conflict; Memory; I/O
Psychology; History of Psychology; Computers in the Classroom;
Gender; Personality; Psychopathology; Behavioral Medicine; and
Mental Health Care Reform.
Proposals may be submitted for symposia, paper sessions, poster
sessions, and working lunches. Case studies and presentations
regarding academic, applied, or clinical issues are welcome. The
deadline for submissions is May 1.
Highlights of the 1995 Meeting:
- APA Distinguished Scientist Lecturer: E. Mavis Hetherington, PhD,
'Families in Transition: Divorce & Remarriage'
- New England State Association Roundtable
- High School Teachers of Psychology Workshop
NEPA Members will receive the Call for Submissions in late March.
Other individuals wishing to join NEPA or receive the Call should
contact Lynn H. Collins, PhD, Secretary, New England Psychological
Association, Psychology Department, NC 122, Eastern Connecticut
State University, Willimantic, CT 06226-2295; (203) 465-4546; FAX:
For exhibitor Information only, contact Bryan Auday, PhD, (508)
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