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Highlights for APA's 116th Annual Convention in Boston, Aug. 14-17
Date:5/12/2008

Intelligence to Build Model Of Higher Education, Robert J. Sternberg, Tufts University

  • Plenary Address Science of Lead Toxicity, Herbert Needleman, MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

    Sunday, Aug. 17

    • Symposium What Makes A High School Safe From Bullying and Violence? Dewey g. Cornell, PhD

    • Invited Address How Your Personality Can Help You Age Well, Karen Hooker, PhD, Oregon State University

    • Invited Address Developing Responsible Environmental Behavior, Louise Chawla, PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder

    • Symposium Managing ADHD in Adults, Michael Gordon, PhD, SUNY, Upstate Medical University

    • Invited Address Future of Hypnosis, Irving Kirsch, PhD, University of Hull, United Kingdom

    • Invited Address Accountability and Transfer of Learning in Executive Coaching, David B. Peterson, PhD, Personnel Decisions International, Minneapolis

    • Invited Address Sexualization of Girls: Implications for Violence Against Women, Eileen Zurbriggen, PhD, University of California at Santa Cruz

    Other Program Highlights

    • Shopping Behavior on the Internet

    • Consequences of Heavy Drinking Among College Students

    • Do Animals Have Memories?

    • Mental Side to Elite Performances

    • Role Heroes and Villains Play in Childrens Behavior

    • Psychological Responses to Mass Disasters

    • Pros and Cons of Standardized Testing

    • Global Warming and Violence

    • Can Children Learn from Video Games?

    • Chronic Financial Stress and Health Outcomes

    • Using the Senses to Develop a Successful Baseball Swing

    • Yoga as a Health Booster for Older Adults

    • Does Estrogen Aid in Healthy Cognitive Aging?

    • Why Do Long-Term Relationships Last?


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  • Contact: Pam Willenz
    pwillenz@apa.org
    202-336-5707
    American Psychological Association
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