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Call for proposals
Division 3’s 2012 program will offer thematic and temporal cohesiveness, focusing on specific topics of interest to experimental psychologists while taking advantage of the diversity and converging interests represented uniquely in APA and its annual meeting.
Division 3 is working closely with Division 6 (Behavioral Neuroscience & Comparative Psychology; program chair, Victoria Chamizo) and will interface with other allied divisions such as psychopharmacology, neuropsychology, environmental/population/conservation psychology to offer cutting edge science and valuable professional development opportunities for experimental psychologists at all career stages.
2012 APA Convention – August 2-5, Orlando, FL
Themes for the "Can't miss" meeting of 2012 being developed include:
Episodic memory in human and nonhuman animals
Decision making in human and nonhuman animals
Evolutionary and comparative aspects of habituation and sensitization
Incentive contrast and learning
Spatial learning and performance
Honoring Jeff Bitterman: Teacher, Scientist, And Mentor
Speakers confirmed for divisional or central programming so far include (alphabetically by last name): Peter Balsam, Nicola Clayton, Jon Crystal, Pat Couvillon, George Koob, Sue Grigson, Mark Levine, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Anthony McGregor, Bruce Overmier, Barbara Rolls, Mavi Sanchez-Vives, Mel Slater, Brian Smith, Carmen Torres, and David Washburn.
You are invited to submit proposals for presentations symposia, papers, or posters for the 2012 APA Convention. Poster sessions at APA present an excellent opportunity for people in different labs in the U. S. and abroad with shared interests to share their current projects while benefiting from the richness of perspectives represented at APA. So plan to participate, and encourage others to rendezvous with you in Orlando!
Your ideas and questions are welcome! Contact 2012 Division 3 Program Chair Nancy K. Dess.