The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association will take place at the Downtown Marriott Hotel in Philadelphia, PA from Thursday March 1 - Saturday, March 3. The meeting kicks off with the Psi Chi Invited Address in the evening of March 1. All papers, posters, symposia and keynote addresses will be presented on March 2 and 3. The 2018 program will be organized under the theme "The Many Faces of Psychology." Information about submitting a poster, paper or symposium can be accessed by clicking on the Annual Meeting link or the EPA 2018 Meeting link.
You may make a hotel reservation at the group rate of $212 (plus taxes) by following the link here. You may also make reservations at the group rate by calling 1-877-901-6632.
The 2018 EPA program of talks, symposia and posters promises to be as informative and stimulating as ever. We have lined up an outstanding group of Invited Keynote addresses:
Presidential Keynote Address
Bella DePaulo - University of California, Santa Barbara
Author: How We Live Now
Keynote address: “Psychology Is Your Secret Weapon: What You Have that Other People Need and Want”
Fred S. Keller Distinguished Lecture
Carl Hart – Chair, Department of Psychology, Columbia University
Author of the best-selling book, High Price
Keynote Address: "A Drug Discussion for Adults"
Debra A. Zellner – Montclair State University
Keynote Address: "Factors influencing liking for food: Studying people where they eat"
Mark West – Rutgers University
Keynote Address: "Neural and affective processes during binge and relapse in an animal model of drug addiction"
Geri Miller – Applachian State University
Keynote Address: "Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Graduate Curriculum Concerns"
Mary Dozier – University of Delaware
Keynote Address: "Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up: Intervening with parents of young children who have experienced adversity"
Sharon Thompson-Schill - University of Pennsylvania
Keynote Address: Learning Abstract Properties of Object Concepts
History of Psychology
Sue Frantz - Highline College
Keynote Address: "Technological Change: Everything Old is New Again"
K. Mattew Lattal – Oregon Health and Sciences University
Keynote Address: "Enhancing Extinction in Models of PTSD and Substance Abuse"
Jose Bowen - President, Goucher College
Keynote Address: TBA
Teaching of Psychology
Jeff Greene – UNC Chapel Hill
Keynote Address: "Fostering Effective Self-Regulation in Education"
Psi Chi Keynote, Psychology Honor Society
Megan Sumeracki - Rhode Island College
Keynote Address: TBA
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