Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders
This premier addiction conference is dedicated to continuing education and networking, combining workshops and seminars on timely industry topics with an unmatched show-case of the industry’s products, services and facilities in our exhibit hall.
The Ninth International Conference on Health, Wellness, & Society
Founded in 2011, the Health, Wellness, & Society Research Network is brought together by a common concern in the fields of human health and wellness, and in particular their social interconnections and implications.
Technology, Mind & Society
Technology, Mind & Society 2019 will provide a venue to examine a wide variety of technology-related topic areas and the role that psychological science plays in each. Take advantage of this once-a-year opportunity to join scientists, practitioners, policymakers, industry leaders, and students from around the world for three days to gain insights from experts in the field.
21st Annual Mid-Atlantic Teaching of Psychology Conference
Sponsored by Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) department of psychology, this year's conference theme is “The Contexts of Psychology: Our History Informs Our Future." This year’s keynote speaker is Bernard Beins, PhD, from Ithaca College. He is the author of multiple textbooks and journal articles. He has served as the president of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology as well as the New England Psychological Association.
52nd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology
The ISDP is an international organization founded in 1968 for the purpose of encouraging research on the development of behavior in all organisms including man, with special attention to the effects of biological factors operating at any level of organization.
The Cognitive Development Society Conference
The Cognitive Development Society conference is comprised of pre-conference workshops on Thursday October 17th followed by two days of conference proceedings. The conference will include two plenary speakers, invited symposia, contributed symposia and oral papers as well as poster sessions.
Div. 2 Annual Conference on Teaching
The Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) is the flagship conference of Div. 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) of APA. Beginning with a welcome reception on Thursday evening, then proceeding with two full days of conference events, ACT convenes college and secondary educators, particularly within the field of psychology, for symposia and demonstrations of best practices in teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
National Latina Psychological Association Conference
The National Latinx Psychological Association (NLPA) is a national organization of mental health professionals, academics, researchers, and students whose objective is to generate and advance psychological knowledge and foster its effective application for the benefit of Latinxs.
Advancing the Edge: Assessment for the 2020s
Technology-driven assessment applications have created a host of new issues and opportunities, requiring assessment professionals to balance business's return on an investment priorities with appropriate professional and scientific rigor. Get up to date on the latest technical developments, theoretical advances and best practices in assessment at the SIOP Leading Edge Consortium.
The 44th Annual Boston University Conference On Language Development
The BUCLD is co-organized by students in the Linguistics Department at Boston University.
New England Psychological Association (NEPA) Annual Meeting
The New England Psychological Association is dedicated to the advancement of psychology as a science, as a profession and as a means of promoting human welfare. NEPA presents invited addresses, symposia, workshops, papers and posters at annual autumn meetings held in the six New England states, usually on a college campus
|Date & Location||November 9, New Hampshire|
ISTSS 35th Annual Meeting: Trauma, Recovery, and Resilience: Charting a Course Forward
The modern field of traumatic stress studies traces its origins to the groundbreaking work of clinicians and researchers with trauma survivors in the 1970s and ‘80s, and to the founding of ISTSS in 1985. A watershed moment for the field occurred in 1992 with Judith Lewis Herman’s publication of Trauma and Recovery, a book that not only opened the eyes of the public and professionals to the impact of trauma on millions of survivors, but also provided a crucial map to recovery. The ISTSS 35th Annual Meeting honors the prescience and vision of key pioneers in the field. Our goal is to link their insights to the brilliant work on trauma and recovery that is emerging today as a means of charting a course for the next generation of traumatic stress clinicians, scientists, and scholars across the world.
National Council for the Social Studies
The National Council for the Social Studies invites you to attend the annual gathering of K-12 social studies classroom teachers, college and university faculty members, curriculum designers and specialists, district and state social studies supervisors, international educators, and social studies discipline leaders