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Find Us at the 125th Annual APA Convention

SEPCS will have a big presence this year. See you in D.C.

By Paul Merritt, PhD, and Matthew Rhodes, PhD

Div. 3 will have a big presence at the 125th APA Annual Convention, Aug. 3-6, in Washington, D.C., with an emphasis on integrating experimental psychology and the cognitive sciences with public policy.

Here are just a few of the highlights:

Invited Address

Paul MerrittPaul Merritt (Georgetown University)
If You Want to Rule the World, Become a Cognitive Psychologist

SEPCS Lifetime Achievement Award

Morton Ann GernsbacherMorton Ann Gernsbacher (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
Use of Laptops in College Classrooms: What Do the Data Really Suggest?

Invited Address

Adam GreenAdam Green (Georgetown University)
Cognitive & Neural Intervention to Enhance Creativity in Relational Thinking and Reasoning

Presidential Address

Anne ClearyAnne Cleary (Colorado State University)
How Metacognitive States Like Tip-of-the-Tongue and Déjà Vu Can Be Biasing

Symposium: Cognitive Science and Education Policy

Robert Bjork Jeffrey Karpicke Ian Lyons Kenneth Maton

Chair: Robert Bjork (UCLA) 

Participants:
Jeffrey Karpicke (Purdue University)
Ian Lyons(Georgetown University)
Kenneth Maton (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Skill Building Session

Using Technology to Easily Implement Testing Enhanced Learning
Facilitated by Paul Merritt and Kruti Vekaria
(Georgetown University)