The American Psychological Society's 16th Annual Convention will showcase some of the most exciting and relevant psychological science research
The American Psychological Society's 2004 Annual Convention program is online and searchable at http://www.psychologicalscience.org/convention/program/index.cfm.
Psychological scientists conduct cutting-edge research on issues we confront in our everyday lives. What is the role of behavior in health? How do people think, learn, and remember? What's really behind the things we think of as personality, courage, motivation, emotion, deception? How do we negotiate relationships, problems in the workplace, changes in life? Stress, mental disorder, love, memory, aging – These and many more of the conditions that define us as individuals are addressed from a variety of perspectives, from neurobiology and psychophysiology to social and organizational science. It all adds up to fascinating insights into ourselves and the world around us.
This research is being presented at the Society's upcoming Annual Convention in Chicago. With the online program you can browse by day, find presenters, and conduct keyword searches on topics most relevant to your audience.
At the APS Annual Convention, you'll find presentations about the latest findings across a wide variety of topics, including:
Memory, Consciousness, and Time The New Biological Bases of Behavior Are You A Supertaster? How Can You Tell? What Does It Matter? Quality of Life Is There a Core Deficit in Autism? and more!
The meeting will be from May 27-30, 2004 at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers in Chicago, Illinois. This meeting is open to the media, but a complimentary registration is required for access to meeting spaces. For more information, or if you would like to register (media representatives are entitled to complementary registration for the convention), please contact Brian Weaver at email@example.com or (202) 783-2077, Ext. 3022.
Please Note: The presentations at the 2004 APS Annual Convention are not embargoed for release. If you would like assistance contacting presenters, please contact Brian Weaver at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 783-2077, Ext. 3022.
Source: Eurekalert & othersLast reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 21 Feb 2009
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