Welcome to SPSP 2010The 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social PsychologyWe are delighted to welcom...
SPSP Executives and CommitteesSPSP Executives                                                                             ...
SPSP 2010 Schedule OverviewThursday, January 28, 2010              8:00 am - 4:30 pm          Pre-Conferences             ...
Schedule of EventsT h u r s d a y, J a n u a r y 2 8 , 2 010                              Fr i d a y, J a n u a r y 2 9 , ...
Schedule of Events                A4: CHECK ALL THAT APPLY: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL                 B2: WHAT IS BELOW THE BIG FI...
Schedule of Events                B10: EXPERIENTIAL NEEDS AND BEHAVIORAL MOTIVES:                  3:30 –        Symposia ...
Schedule of Events                D9: A PRIMER ON SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE METHODS                    6:15 –      Diversity and...
Schedule of Events                F4: SPSP DIVERSITY AND CLIMATE COMMITTEE SYMPO-                               Chairs: Mi...
Schedule of Events                    Chairs: Nathanael J. Fast, University of Southern Cali-    I3: A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MOD...
Schedule of Events5:00 –          Symposia Session J                                                         J6: THE SOCIA...
Featured SessionsOpening Session and                                                        Invited AddressesPresidential ...
Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleFriday, January 29 - Morning Sessions                       Special Session           ...
Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleFriday, January 29 - Afternoon Sessions                                Session C      ...
Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleSaturday, January 30 - Morning Sessions                       Special Session         ...
Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleSaturday, January 30 - Afternoon Session                                Session C     ...
Poster Schedule     Poster sessions are scheduled on Thursday, January 28, Fri-         The doors to the poster room will ...
SPSP 2010 ExhibitorsSPSP extends our thanks to the following SPSP 2010 Exhibitors for their support and participation.Amer...
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  1. 1. Welcome to SPSP 2010The 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social PsychologyWe are delighted to welcome everyone to Las Vegas for the 11th Annual SPSP meeting. The society andthe meeting continue to grow each year, and Vegas is an appropriately lavish city in which to celebratethis growth. To compete with the attractions of the Strip, we offer you an exciting and jam-packed meet-ing program.Seventy-seven symposia and over 2,000 posters, which were selected from another record number ofsubmissions, cover a wealth of personality and social psychology topics, representing the diversity,breadth, and depth of our field. In addition, there are several special sessions we wish to highlight,including the Presidential symposium and address, the Block and Campbell award addresses, a KeynotePanel on the role of genetics in social and personality research, and many opportunities and special ses-sions for graduate students.This years meeting opens with an exciting Presidential Symposium entitled “Transcending self-interest:Evolution, brains, and hormones.” The symposium is chaired by SPSP President Jennifer Crocker, andfeatures Dachner Keltner, Patricia Churchland, and Paul Zak as speakers. The Presidential Symposiumtakes place from 5:00-7:00 pm, followed by the Welcome Reception and the first Poster Session of themeeting, running concurrently from 7:00-8:30 pm.The Presidential Address, entitled “The Social Self: Egosystem or Ecosystem?” is Friday afternoon. Fri-days programming also includes the Campbell Award Address, “Envy Up and Scorn Down: HowComparison Divides Us” given by Susan T. Fiske. Saturdays programming includes both the KeynotePanel “The Role of Genetics in Personality and Social Psychology” featuring speakers Frances Cham-pagne, Steve Cole, Robert F. Krueger, and Eric Turkheimer, and the Block Award Address, “On theimportance of the FFM Personality Traits” given by Paul T. Costa, Jr.In addition to the wealth of the regular program, some special programming features for graduate stu-dents include the special Graduate Student Symposium “A Graduate Students Guide to External Fund-ing” at 8:15 am Friday. Mentoring lunches for graduate students, coordinated by the Graduate StudentCommittee, are both Friday and Saturday, as well as a mentoring lunch sponsored by GASP, the GLBTAlliance in Social and Personality Psychology, held on Friday. The Training Committee Symposium alsotakes place on Friday.We hope you’ll find plenty of learning opportunities at this year’s meeting. And, have fun in Las Vegas!Monica Biernat, Convention Committee ChairSerena Chen and William Fleeson, Convention Program Co-Chairs
  2. 2. SPSP Executives and CommitteesSPSP Executives Program Committee Serena Chen (Co-chair) William Fleeson (Co-chair) President Jennifer Crocker David Amodio President-Elect Todd Heatherton Veronica Benet-Martinez Past President Richard Petty Lorne Campbell Executive Officer David Dunning Melissa Ferguson Secretary-Treasurer Monica Biernat Mike Furr Kate McLean2010 Committees Stacey Sinclair Jeanne Tsai Editor, PSPB Shinobu Kitayama Iven Van Mechelen Editor, PSPR Galen Bodenhausen Poster Review Committee Michael Kraus Co-Editor, Dialogue Hart Blanton Julianna Breines Diane Quinn Liz Horberg Convention Committee Monica Biernat, chair Andy Martinez Wendi Gardner Melissa Williams Toni Schmader Laura Naumann APA Program Chair Diana Sanchez Paul Piff Diversity Committee Nilanjana Dasgupta, chair Sanghee Park Keith Maddox Joshua Eng Denise Sekaquaptewa Amie Gordon Publication Committee Wendy Wood (Chair) Patrick Gallagher Dan Cervone Kira McCabe Duane Wegener Josh Wilt Training Committee Jamie Arndt (Chair) Erika Carlson Marti Hope Gonzales Brian Clark Michael Robinson Jennifer Rose Daniels Theresa Vescio Shannon Holleran Fellows Committee Steven Heine, chair Jennifer Fayard Member at Large Jennifer Eberhardt Sara Schnitker Laura King Randy Larsen John Lydon Meeting Planning Staff Nicole Shelton Director Tara Miller APA Council Rep Lynne Cooper Registration Manager Renee Smith Janet Swim Event Assistant Brenna Miller Webmaster Yoel Inbar Submissions Manager Shauney Wilson Office Manager Christie Marvin Exhibits Manager Joan Carole Website & Program Jeff Wilson Table of Contents Schedule Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Poster Session A Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Schedule of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Poster Session B Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Featured Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Poster Session C Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236 Symposia & Special Sessions Schedule. . . . 10 Poster Session D Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291 Poster Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Poster Session E Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 354 SPSP Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Poster Session F Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 416 GSC Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Poster Session G Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 478 SPSP Diversity Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Topic Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541 GASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Author Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 543 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Convention Center Flool Plan . . . . . . . . . . 560 Symposia and Special Session Abstracts . . 27 Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562 The SPSP Program Committee reserves the right to change the meeting program at any time without notice. This program was correct at the time of print.
  3. 3. SPSP 2010 Schedule OverviewThursday, January 28, 2010 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Pre-Conferences 3:00 - 8:00 pm Pre-Registration Check-In, Capri Rooms 101-102 3:00 - 8:00 pm Onsite Registration, Grande Ballroom Foyer 5:00 - 7:00 pm Opening Session & Presidential Symposium, Royale Pavilion 1-4 6:30 - 8:30 pm Exhibits Open, Grande Ballroom 7:00 - 8:00 pm Welcome Reception, Grande Ballroom 7:00 - 8:30 pm Poster Session A, Grande BallroomFriday, January 29, 2010 7:30 am - 6:30 pm Pre-Registration Check-In and Onsite Registration, Grande Ballroom Foyer 8:00 - 9:30 am Poster Session B with Continental Breakfast, Grande Ballroom 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Exhibits Open, Grande Ballroom 8:15 - 9:30 am Special Session A, Various Rooms 9:45 - 11:00 am Symposium Session A, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 11:00 - 11:15 am Coffee Break, Grande Ballroom 11:15 am - 12:30 pm Symposium Session B, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 12:30 - 1:30 pm Box Lunch Served, Grande Ballroom 12:30 - 2:00 pm Poster Session C, Grande Ballroom 1:00 - 2:00 pm Mentoring Luncheon, Sponsored by GSC, Top of Riv, North 1:00 - 2:00 pm Mentoring Luncheon, Sponsored by GASP, Capri Rooms 112–113 2:00 - 3:15 pm Symposium Session C and Presidential Address, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 3:15 - 3:30 pm Coffee Break, Grande Ballroom 3:30 - 4:45 pm Symposium Session D, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 5:00 - 6:15 pm Symposium Session E and Campbell Award Address, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 6:15 - 7:45 pm Poster Session D and Social Hour, Grande Ballroom 6:15 - 7:45 pm Diversity and Climate Committee Reception, Top of the Riv, NorthSaturday, January 30, 2010 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Pre-Registration Check-In and Onsite Registration, Grande Ballroom Foyer 8:00 - 9:30 am Poster Session E with Continental Breakfast, Grande Ballroom 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Exhibits Open, Grande Ballroom 8:15 - 9:30 am Special Session B, Various Rooms 9:45 - 11:00 am Symposium Session F, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 11:00 - 11:15 am Coffee Break, Grande Ballroom 11:15 am - 12:30 pm Symposium Session G and Keynote Addresses, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 12:30 - 1:30 pm Box Lunch Served, Grande Ballroom 12:30 - 2:00 pm Poster Session F, Grande Ballroom 1:00 - 2:00 pm Mentoring Luncheon, Sponsored by GSC, Top of Riv, North 2:00 - 3:15 pm Symposium Session H and Block Award Address, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 3:15 - 3:30 pm Coffee Break, Grande Ballroom 3:30 - 4:45 pm Symposium Session I, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 5:00 - 6:15 pm Symposium Session J, Royale Pavilion and Capri Rooms 6:15 - 7:45 pm Poster Session G with Social Hour, Grande BallroomSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 1
  4. 4. Schedule of EventsT h u r s d a y, J a n u a r y 2 8 , 2 010 Fr i d a y, J a n u a r y 2 9 , 2 0108:00 am – Pre-Conferences 7:30 am – Pre-Registration Check-In And On-Site Registration4:30 pm Attitudes 6:30 pm Grande Ballroom Foyer Bridge(s) Over Troubled Waters: Traditional and 8:00 – Poster Session B with Continental Breakfast Non-Traditional Careers for Personality and 9:30 am Grande Ballroom Social Psychologists Close Relationships 8:00 am – Exhibits Open Cultural Psychology 8:00 pm Grande Ballroom Emotion 8:15 – Special Session A Evolutionary Psychology 9:30 am Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (GPIR) SSA1: GSC SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM Health Research in Social and Personality Psychol- A GRADUATE STUDENT’S GUIDE TO EXTERNAL FUNDING ogy Capri Rooms 103-106 Judgment and Decision Making (JDM) Sponsored by the Graduate Student Committee Justice and Morality Chairs: Nicole E. Noll, Temple University, and Kath- Political Psychology leen Fortune, University of Manitoba Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Speakers: Jenessa R. Shapiro, Amber L. Story, Laura Self & Identity A. King Social Cognition SSA2: FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE NATIONAL Teaching SCIENCE FOUNDATION Webquests: The Utilization of Cooperative Learning, Current Events and Critical Thinking Skills to Capri Rooms 107-110 Enhance Learning in Project Based Online Speakers: Kellina M. Craig-Henderson and Instruction in Psychology Amber L. Story After 9:30 am, conversations with Kellina and Amber3:00 – Pre-Registration Check-In will move to Capri Room 111.8:00 pm Capri Rooms 101-102 SSA3: FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE NATIONAL On-Site Registration CANCER INSTITUTE Grande Ballroom Foyer Capri Rooms 114-1165:00 – Opening Session and Presidential Symposium Speakers: Bill Klein and Heather Patrick7:00 pm TRANSCENDING SELF-INTEREST: EVOLUTION, 9:45 – Symposia Session A BRAINS, AND HORMONES 11:00 am Royale Pavilion 1-4 A1: BEYOND LABORATORY-BASED TEST PERFOR- MANCE: EXPLORING THE FAR-REACHING CONSE- Chair: Jennifer Crocker, University of Michigan QUENCES AND IMPLICATIONS OF STEREOTYPE THREAT Speaker: Dacher Keltner, University of California, Ber- keley, BORN TO BE GOOD: AN EVOLUTIONARY Royale Pavilion 1 APPROACH TO COMPASSION Chair: Valerie Jones, Princeton University Speaker: Patricia Churchland, University of California, Speakers: Priyanka Carr, Sonia K. Kang, Valerie San Diego, BRAIN-BASED VALUES Jones, Greg M. Walton Speaker: Paul Zak, Claremont Graduate Center, THE A2: INTERPERSONAL COMPLEMENTARITY MORAL MOLECULE: OXYTOCIN AND VIRTUE Royale Pavilion 26:30 – Exhibits Open Chairs: Debbie S. Moskowitz, McGill University, and8:30 pm Grande Ballroom Iven Van Mechelen, University of Leuven Speakers: Debbie S. Moskowitz, Iven Van Mechelen,7:00 – Welcome Reception Pamela Sadler8:00 pm Grande Ballroom A3: TAKEN FOR GRANTED: THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILY7:00 – Poster Session A ON SOCIAL COGNITION, SOCIAL BEHAVIOR, AND WELL-8:30 pm Grande Ballroom BEING Royale Pavilion 5 Chair: Belinda Campos, University of California, Irvine Speakers: Belinda Campos, Kimberly J. Saudino, Gregory R. Maio, Karen L. Fingerman2 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  5. 5. Schedule of Events A4: CHECK ALL THAT APPLY: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL B2: WHAT IS BELOW THE BIG FIVE? STRUCTURE AND COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ADOPTING A MULTIRACIAL UTILITY OF LOWER LEVELS OF ANALYSIS IDENTITY Royale Pavilion 2 Royale Pavilion 6 Chairs: Joshua Jackson and Brent Roberts, University Chair: Todd L. Pittinsky, Harvard University of Illinois Speakers: Lisa S. Giamo, Diana T. Sanchez, Margaret Speakers: Colin DeYoung, Dustin Wood, Joshua J. J. Shih, Kristin Pauker Jackson, Stacy Eitel Davies A5: FINDING MIND: ATTRIBUTING (AND DENYING) INNER B3: NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE STUDY OF LOVE: NEUROBI- LIFE TO PEOPLE, MACHINES AND GODS OLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES Royale Pavilion 3-4 Royale Pavilion 5 Chair: Kurt Gray, Harvard University Chairs: Joshua Poore, National Institute of Health Speakers: Nicholas Epley, Kurt Gray, Jesse Bering, (NINDS), and Arthur Aron, State University of New Nick Haslam York at Stony Brook Speakers: Stephanie Ortigue, Bianca Acevedo, Joshua A6: FEELING, THINKING, AND THE BODY: DEVELOP- Poore MENTS IN EMBODIED COGNITION Royale Pavilion 7-8 B4: BASIC BUILDING-BLOCKS OF THE SOCIAL-RELA- Chairs: Norbert Schwarz and Spike W. S. Lee, Univer- TIONAL MIND sity of Michigan Royale Pavilion 6 Speakers: Norbert Schwarz, Fritz Strack, Arthur Chairs: Lotte Thomsen, Harvard University, University Glenberg, Jonathan Zadra of Copenhagen, and Andrew Scott Baron, University of British Columbia A7: CULTURAL LADDERS: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES Speakers: Lotte Thomsen, Harriet Over, Kiley OF SOCIAL HIERARCHY DEPEND ON NATIONAL AND REGIONAL CULTURE Hamlin, Andrew Scott Baron Capri Rooms 101-102 B5: PERSPECTIVES ON MORAL LICENSING: HOW Chairs: Joe Magee, New York University, and Adam PERSONAL MORAL HISTORY AFFECTS THE ENTITLEMENT Galinsky, Northwestern University TO TRANSGRESS Speakers: Nalini Ambady, Chen-bo Zhong, Krishna Royale Pavilion 3-4 Savani, P.J. Henry Chairs: Emily Zitek and Daniel Effron, Stanford Uni- versity A8: EMOTION REGULATION AND SELF-CONTROL: BASIC Speakers: Emily M. Zitek, Sonya Sachdeva, Caitlin PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS AND APPLICATIONS TO PUBLIC HEALTH A.J. Powell, Daniel A. Effron Capri Rooms 103-106 B6: CULTURE AND EMOTION REGULATION Chairs: Paige G. McDonald, National Cancer Institute, Royale Pavilion 7-8 and David M. Amodio, New York University Chairs: Igor Grossmann and Ethan Kross, University Speakers: James J. Gross, Wendy Berry Mendes, of Michigan David M. Amodio Speakers: Michael Boiger, Ethan Kross, Cecilia Cheng, Iris B. Mauss A9: MEDIATION AND MODERATION AS TOOLS FOR THEORY DEVELOPMENT IN SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY B7: SOCIAL IMAGE AND CULTURE PSYCHOLOGY Capri Rooms 101-102 Capri Rooms 107-110 Chair: Susan Cross, Iowa State University Chair: Patrick Shrout, New York University Speakers: Young-hoon Kim, Toshie Imada, Patricia Speakers: Patrick E. Shrout, Dominique Muller, M. Rodriguez Mosquera, Susan E. Cross Kristopher J. Preacher, David P. MacKinnon B8: THE TWO FACES OF VERBAL MIMICRY: DOES A10: MAKING MEANING: THE HUMAN QUEST FOR LINGUISTIC SYNCHRONY PREDICT POSITIVE OR NEGA- UNDERSTANDING AND COHERENCE TIVE SOCIAL OUTCOMES? Capri Rooms 114-116 Capri Rooms 103-106 Chair: Keith Markman, Ohio University Chairs: Matt L. Newman, Arizona State University, and Speakers: Keith Markman, Laura King, Steven Heine, Marlone D. Henderson, University of Texas at Austin Roxane Cohen Silver Speakers: Paul J. Taylor, Marlone D. Henderson, Lauren E. Scissors, Amy L. Gonzales11:00 – Coffee Break11:15 am Grande Ballroom B9: SURVEY SAYS?: INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIAL AND LIMITS OF SURVEY RESEARCH11:15 am – Symposia Session B12:30 pm Capri Rooms 107-110 B1: RELIGION AND SUPPORT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST THE Chairs: Amanda Snook and David Kenny, University OUTGROUP of Connecticut Royale Pavilion 1 Speakers: Charles Judd, Amanda Snook, Jon Chairs: Ariel Malka, Yeshiva University, and Adam Krosnick, Niall Bolger Cohen, Arizona State University Speakers: Gilad Hirschberger, Ariel Malka, Jeremy Ginges, Jesse GrahamSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 3
  6. 6. Schedule of Events B10: EXPERIENTIAL NEEDS AND BEHAVIORAL MOTIVES: 3:30 – Symposia Session D DIFFERENT THINGS OR SAME DIFFERENCE? 4:45 pm D1: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STATUS Capri Rooms 114-116 Royale Pavilion 1 Chair: Kennon Sheldon, University of Missouri Chairs: Nir Halevy and Taya Cohen, Northwestern Speakers: Mark Leary, Ken Sheldon, Richard Ryan, University Joy McClure Speakers: Taya Cohen, Sebastien Brion, Nir Halevy,12:30 – Box Lunch Served Robb Willer1:30 pm Grande Ballroom D2: POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EVALUATION IN SELF-12:30 – Poster Session C REPORTED PERSONALITY2:00 pm Grande Ballroom Royale Pavilion 21:00 – Mentoring Luncheon Chair: Eric Turkheimer, University of Virginia2:00 pm Speakers: Leonard Simms, Martin Bäckström, Amber Top of Riv, North Thalmayer, Erik Pettersson Sponsored by the Graduate Student Committee President: Austin Lee Nichols D3: THE SCIENCE OF MONEY AND RELATIONSHIPS: Coordinators: Marina Milyavskaya & Jennifer Patter- WAYS THAT MONEY HELPS AND HURTS INTERPERSONAL shall FUNCTIONING1:00 – Mentoring Luncheon Royale Pavilion 52:00 pm Capri Rooms 112-113 Chairs: Peter Caprariello, University of Rochester, and Nicole Mead, Kathleen Vohs, Tilburg University, Uni- Sponsored by GASP, the GLBT Alliance in Social and versity of Minnesota Personality Psychology Speakers: Nicole Mead, Scott Rick, Peter Caprariello, Coordinator: Lisa G. Aspinwall, University of Utah Xinyue Zhou2:00 – Symposia Session C & Presidential Address D4: THE NATURE, CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF3:15 pm C1: PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS OBJECTIFICATION THE SOCIAL SELF: EGOSYSTEM OR ECOSYSTEM? Royale Pavilion 6 Royale Pavilion 1 Chairs: Steve Loughnan, University of Melbourne, and Speaker: Jennifer Crocker, University of Michigan Anna Newheiser, Yale University Introducer: Richard Petty, Ohio State University Speakers: Jeroen Vaes, Anna-Kaisa Newheiser, Jamie C2: THE PERSON AND THE POLITICAL MIND: NEW L. Goldenberg, Steve Loughnan INSIGHTS FROM RESEARCH ON VALUES, MINDSETS, D5: UNDERSTANDING IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT ATTI- PERCEPTIONS OF THE NATION, AND GENDER TUDES: EXPLORING THE DUAL-SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE Royale Pavilion 2 Royale Pavilion 3-4 Chairs: Anat Bardi, Royal Holloway University of Lon- Chairs: Michael J. McCaslin, Ohio State University, and don, and Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel Chris Loersch, University of Missouri Speakers: Anat Bardi, Gerard Saucier, Dennis T. Speakers: Robert Rydell, Kate A. Ranganath, Aiden Kahn, I-Ching Lee P. Gregg, Michael J. McCaslin C3: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR AN ECONOMIC RECES- D6: BEYOND RECOGNITION: WHAT ARE THE SOCIAL (AND SION: EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF SOCIOECONOMIC NOT-SO-SOCIAL) FUNCTIONS OF EMOTION EXPRES- STATUS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES SIONS? Royale Pavilion 5 Royale Pavilion 7-8 Chairs: Natalya C. Maisel, University of California, Los Chairs: Jessica L. Tracy and Azim F. Shariff, Univer- Angeles, and Paul K. Piff, University of California, Ber- sity of British Columbia keley Speakers: Azim F. Shariff, Arne Ohman, Alexander Speakers: Paul K. Piff, Natalya C. Maisel, Elizabeth Todorov, Adam K. Anderson Page-Gould, Edith Chen D7: THE ORIGINS, PREDICTORS, AND MODERATORS OF C4: CONTENDING WITH DISCRIMINATION: PSYCHOLOG- RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND INVOLVEMENT ICAL, NEUROLOGICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL, AND BEHAV- Capri Rooms 101-102 IORAL CONSEQUENCES OF ATTRIBUTIONAL AMBIGUITY Chairs: Joni Sasaki and Heejung Kim, UC Santa Bar- Royale Pavilion 6 bara Chairs: Jenessa R. Shapiro, University of California, Los Speakers: Azim Shariff, Kristin Laurin, Joni Sasaki, Angeles, and Sophie Trawalter, University of North Adam Cohen Carolina, Chapel Hill D8: PROHIBITIONS AND PUNISHMENTS: IMPLICATIONS Speakers: Sophie Trawalter, Naomi I. Eisenberger, FOR MORAL PSYCHOLOGY Brenda N. Major, Jenessa R. Shapiro Capri Rooms 103-106 C5: ACCURATE SELF-KNOWLEDGE Chairs: Sana Sheikh and Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek, Royale Pavilion 3-4 University of Massachusetts Amherst Chair: C. Randall Colvin, Northeastern University Speakers: Sana Sheikh, Fiery Cushman, Ramila Speakers: Erika N Carlson, Elizabeth R Tenney, Usoof-Thowfeek, Kevin M. Carlsmith Lauren J Human, C Randall Colvin3:15 – Coffee Break3:30 pm Grande Ballroom4 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  7. 7. Schedule of Events D9: A PRIMER ON SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE METHODS 6:15 – Diversity and Climate Committee FOR CONSUMERS AND PRACTITIONERS: ENDOCRI- 7:45 pm Reception NOLOGY, GENETICS, AND NEUROIMAGING Top of the Riv, North Capri Rooms 107-110 Sponsored by the Diversity and Climate Committee Chairs: Elliot Berkman and Matthew Lieberman, All are welcome to attend this social event to mix, UCLA mingle, and meet the recipients of the 2010 Diversity Speakers: Pranjal Mehta, Baldwin Way, Eddie Fund Graduate Travel and Undergraduate Registra- Harmon-Jones, Elliot Berkman tion Awards. D10: EXISTENTIAL EPISTEMOLOGY: THE SCIENCE OF Chair: Nilanjana Dasgupta, University of Massachu- MOTIVATED KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION setts-Amherst Capri Rooms 114-116 Chair: Joshua Hart, Union College Speakers: Sheldon Solomon, Zachary Rothschild, S a t u r d a y, F e b r u a r y 3 0 , 2 010 Nathan Heflick, Jessica Tracy5:00 – Symposia Session E & Campbell Award Address 7:30 am – Pre-Registration Check-In And On-Site Registration6:15 pm 5:30 pm Grande Ballroom Foyer E1: CAMPBELL AWARD ADDRESS: ENVY UP AND SCORN DOWN: HOW COMPARISON DIVIDES US 8:00 am – Exhibits Open Royale Pavilion 1 8:00 pm Grande Ballroom Recipient: Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University Introducer: Peter Glick, Lawrence University 8:00 – Poster Session E with Continental Breakfast 9:30 am Grande Ballroom E2: PERSONALITY TRAITS AS IMPLICIT CAUSAL THEO- RIES ABOUT PEOPLE 8:15 – Special Session B 9:30 am Royale Pavilion 2 SSB1: APA TASK FORCE REPORTS: AIDING, ADVANCING, Chair: Jim Uleman, New York University AND APPLYING RESEARCH Speakers: Laura Kressel, SoYon Rim, Tania Ramos, Capri Rooms 103-106 Randy J. McCarthy Sponsored by the American Psychological Associa- E3: COGNITIVE UNDERPINNINGS OF ATTACHMENT tion REPRESENTATIONS: EXAMINING RELEVANT KNOWL- Chair: Steve Breckler, Director of the APA Science Direc- EDGE STRUCTURES torate Royale Pavilion 5 Speakers: Steve Breckler, Susan Saegert, Brenda Major, Monica Biernat, Eileen Zurbiggen, Janet Swim Chair: Bulent Turan, University of California, San Fran- cisco SSB2: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SERVICE OF Speakers: Leonard M. Horowitz, Amanda M. Vicary, NATIONAL SECURITY: COLLABORATION OPPORTUNITIES Bulent Turan, Gulenbaht Algac IN SUPPORT OF THE FEDERAL SECURITY CLEARANCE SYSTEM E4: DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF ESSENTIALISM: LOOKING ACROSS RACE, STATUS, RELIGION, AGE, AND SEXUAL Capri Rooms 107-110 ORIENTATION Chairs: Bryan Castelda and John Capps, Office of the Royale Pavilion 6 Director of National Intelligence, Special Security Center Speakers: Eric L. Lang, Bryan A. Castelda, Verónica Chair: Negin R. Toosi, Tufts University Benet-Martínez, Cynthia L. Pickett Speakers: Japinder Dhesi, Negin R. Toosi, Matthew Christian Jackson, Ross D. Avilla 9:45 – Symposia Session F 11:00 am E5: GIVING THEM WINGS TO FLY: ADVICE FOR SOON-TO- F1: HOW PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES SHAPE CULTURE BE, NEW, AND ESTABLISHED FACULTY IN THE TRAINING Royale Pavilion 1 OF GRADUATE STUDENTS Chair: Jonah Berger, University of Pennsylvania Royale Pavilion 3-4 Speakers: Todd Gureckis, Yoshihisa Kashima, Eytan Chairs: Jamie Arndt, University of Missouri, and Baskshy, Jonah Berger Michael D. Robinson, North Dakota State University F2: PANEL DISCUSSION: FORGING CONNECTIONS Speakers: David Funder, Thomas D. Gilovich, BETWEEN SOCIAL MEDIA AND SOCIAL/PERSONALITY Jennifer Crocker, Jeff Greenberg PSYCHOLOGY E6: BIASES IN PROCESSING SOCIAL CUES: LINKS TO Royale Pavilion 2 EARLY AVERSIVE EXPERIENCES AND FUNCTIONING Chairs: Samuel D. Gosling, University of Texas, Austin, ACROSS THE LIFESPAN and Kate Niederhoffer, Dachis Corporation Royale Pavilion 7-8 Speakers: Cameron Marlow, Matthew Hurst, Winter Chair: Karin G. Coifman, Columbia University Mason Speakers: W. John Curtis, Sarah E. Romens, Karin G. F3: SELF-REGULATION IN RESPONSE TO REJECTION AND Coifman SOCIAL THREAT6:15 – Poster Session D and Social Hour Royale Pavilion 57:45 pm Grande Ballroom Chair: Maire Ford, Loyola Marymount University Speakers: Geraldine Downey, Peggy Zoccola, Maire Ford, Anett GyurakSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 5
  8. 8. Schedule of Events F4: SPSP DIVERSITY AND CLIMATE COMMITTEE SYMPO- Chairs: Michael W. Kraus, University of California, Ber- SIUM - A MULTI-STAGE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING keley, and Christopher Oveis, Harvard University INTERGROUP CONTACT: CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL Speakers: Matthew J. Hertenstein, Christopher C. SOLUTIONS Nocera, Christopher Oveis, Michael W. Kraus Royale Pavilion 6 G2: KEYNOTE PANEL Chairs: Tamar Saguy, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) THE ROLE OF GENETICS IN PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL Herzliya, and Tessa West, New York University PSYCHOLOGY (11:15 AM -12:45 PM) Speakers: Michael Inzlicht, Michael Norton, Tamar Royale Pavilion 2 Saguy, Tessa West Chairs: Serena Chen, University of California, Berkeley, F5: WHERE AM I? CULTURAL PRODUCTS AND SELF- and William Fleeson, Wake Forest University EXPERIENCE Panelist: Frances A. Champagne, Columbia University, Royale Pavilion 3-4 GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERPLAY AND THE TRANS- Chair: Jean Twenge, San Diego State University GENERATIONAL IMPACT OF THE SOCIAL ENVIRON- Speakers: Beth Morling, Batja Mesquita, Tug(çe MENT Kurtis, Jean Twenge Panelist: Steve Cole, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, SOCIAL REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN F6: IMPULSE AND REFLECTION: UNDERSTANDING HUMANS BEHAVIOR AND MOVING BEYOND THE IMPLICIT-EXPLICIT Panelist: Robert F. Krueger, Washington University, DISTINCTION GENES AND ENVIRONMENTS IN PERSONALITY AND Royale Pavilion 7-8 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: SOME REFLECTIONS ON SCIEN- Chairs: Michael Haefner and Kees van den Bos, Utre- TIFIC STRATEGIES cht University Panelist: Eric Turkheimer, University of Virginia, A Speakers: Fritz Strack, Michael Haefner, Kees van NULL MODEL FOR THE GENETICS OF COMPLEX den Bos, Charles S. Carver HUMAN BEHAVIOR F7: THE SELFISH ORIGINS OF SELFLESSNESS: INTE- G3: THE BIOLOGY OF THE ATTACHMENT BOND GRATING EVOLUTIONARY, ECONOMIC, AND PSYCHOLOG- Royale Pavilion 5 ICAL MODELS OF HELPING & COOPERATION Chair: Paul Eastwick, Texas A&M University Capri Rooms 101-102 Speakers: Paul Eastwick, Lisa Diamond, Peter Gray, Chairs: Vladas Griskevicius, University of Minnesota, James Coan and Noah Goldstein, UCLA G4: BEYOND PARTICULARISM IN THE STUDY OF INTER- Speakers: Douglas Kenrick, Noah Goldstein, Paul SECTIONAL IDENTITIES: BUILDING AND TESTING Van Lange, Vladas Griskevicius GENERAL THEORIES OF IDENTITY INTERSECTIONALITY F8: FREE WILL, MORAL ACTION, AND MORAL RESPONSI- Royale Pavilion 6 BILITY Chairs: Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Columbia University, Capri Rooms 103-106 and Richard P. Eibach, University of Waterloo Chairs: Yoel Inbar, Harvard University, and David Speakers: Margaret A. Thomas, Ram Mahalingam, Pizarro, Cornell University Isis H. Settles, Valerie Purdie-Vaughns Speakers: Joshua Greene, Yoel Inbar, Joshua Knobe, G5: NEW INSIGHTS INTO SOCIAL EVALUATION BIASES: Jonathan Schooler FROM BRAIN TO BEHAVIOR F9: OUTDOORS PSYCHOLOGISTS: ADVANCING SOCIAL Royale Pavilion 3-4 PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY AND EXPERIMENTAL Chair: Jennifer S. Beer, University of Texas at Austin METHODS IN THE FIELD Speakers: David Dunning, Jason P. Mitchell, Capri Rooms 107-110 Constantine Sedikides, Jennifer S. Beer Chairs: Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University, 12:30 – Box Lunch Served and Ruth Ditlmann, Yale University 1:30 pm Grande Ballroom Speakers: Ruth K. Ditlmann, Robert B. Cialdini, Laura G. Barron, Glenn Adams 12:30 – Poster Session F F10: EMBODIED MOTIVATION: IMPLICATIONS OF BODY 2:00 pm Grande Ballroom FEEDBACK FOR FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES UNDER- 1:00 – Mentoring Luncheon LYING MOTIVATED ACTION 2:00 pm Top of Riv, North Capri Rooms 114-116 Sponsored by the Graduate Student Committee Chairs: Nils B. Jostmann and Jens A. Förster, Univer- President: Austin Lee Nichols sity of Amsterdam Coordinators: Marina Milyavskaya & Jennifer Patter- Speakers: Jens A. Förster, Simone Schnall, Nils B. shall Jostmann, Dennis R. Proffitt 2:00 – Symposia Session H & Block Award Address11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break 3:15 pm H1: POWER AND THE (NARCISSISTIC) SELF: THEam Grande Ballroom EFFECTS OF POWER ON SELF PERCEPTION, SELF11:15 am – Symposia Session G & Keynote Panel PRESENTATION, GOALS FOR THE SELF, AND ETHICAL12:30 pm DECISION MAKING G1: "GIMME FIVE!" TACTILE COMMUNICATION AND ITS PROSOCIAL CONSEQUENCES Royale Pavilion 1 Royale Pavilion 16 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  9. 9. Schedule of Events Chairs: Nathanael J. Fast, University of Southern Cali- I3: A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL OF THREATS TO SOCIAL fornia, and Senia Maymin, Stanford University BELONGING: PERSPECTIVES FROM ACROSS THE SPEC- Speakers: Nathanael J. Fast, Senia Maymin, M. Ena TRUM OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. Inesi, Jennifer R. Overbeck Royale Pavilion 5 H2: BLOCK AWARD ADDRESS Chairs: Lisa M. Jaremka and Nancy L. Collins, UC Royale Pavilion 2 Santa Barbara Speakers: Lisa M. Jaremka, Sally S. Dickerson, Vivian Recipient: Paul T. Costa, Jr., National Institute of Zayas, Daan Scheepers Aging, ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FFM PERSONAL- ITY TRAITS I4: THE AGE OF OBAMA: A NEW ERA OF RACE RELA- Introducer: David C. Funder, University of California, TIONS, OR A NEW ERA OF MODERN RACISM? Riverside Royale Pavilion 6 H3: BALANCING CLOSENESS AND DISTANCE IN INTI- Chair: Clayton R. Critcher, Cornell University MATE RELATIONSHIPS Speakers: Cheryl R. Kaiser, Clayton R. Critcher, Royale Pavilion 5 Eugene M. Caruso, Carlos David Navarrete Chairs: Gertraud Stadler and Niall Bolger, Columbia I5: WHATS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE SELF? OR IS THERE University ANYTHING SPECIAL AT ALL? Speakers: Gertraud Stadler, Masumi Iida, Benjamin Royale Pavilion 3-4 R. Karney Chairs: Kurt Peters and Bertram Gawronski, Univer- H4: HOW WE FEEL ABOUT THEM: EMOTIONAL sity of Western Ontario RESPONSES TO OUTGROUPS’ PLEASURES AND PAINS Speakers: Marret K. Noordewier, Allen R. Royale Pavilion 6 McConnell, Kenneth G. DeMarree, Kurt R. Peters Chair: Mina Cikara, Princeton University I6: ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE HAPPINESS: PATHWAYS Speakers: Max Weisbuch, Matteo Forgiarini, Mina AND PITFALLS Cikara, Wilco Van Dijk Royale Pavilion 7-8 H5: DO I BELONG HERE? IDENTIFYING FACTORS THAT Chair: Lara Aknin, University of British Columbia FORTIFY VS. ATTENUATE WOMEN’S SENSE OF Speakers: Barbara L. Fredrickson, Elizabeth W. BELONGING IN STEREOTYPICALLY MASCULINE Dunn, Julia K. Boehm, Lara B. Aknin ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL DOMAINS I7: SEX, STATUS, POWER AND PENALTIES FOR GENDER Royale Pavilion 3-4 DEVIANCE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN BACKLASH RESEARCH Chairs: Jane Stout and Nilanjana Dasgupta, University Capri Rooms 101-102 of Massachusetts, Amherst Chairs: Corinne Moss-Racusin, Rutgers University, Speakers: Jennifer Steele, Lisa Rosenthal, Jane Stout, and Victoria Brescoll, Yale University Christine Logel Speakers: Laurie A. Rudman, Corinne A. Moss- H6: THE DIFFERENTIATION OF POSITIVE EMOTIONS: Racusin, Victoria L. Brescoll, Peter Glick RECENT ADVANCES IN THEORY AND RESEARCH ON I8: A NEW LOOK ON AUTOMATIC BEHAVIOR: MODULA- POSITIVE EMOTIONS TION, INTEGRATION AND CONSEQUENCES Royale Pavilion 7-8 Capri Rooms 103-106 Chairs: Michele M. Tugade, Vassar College, and Leslie Chairs: Kai Jonas, University of Amsterdam, and Joseph D. Kirby, Vanderbilt University Cesario, Michigan State University Speakers: Craig A. Smith, Michelle N. Shiota, Speakers: Kai Jonas, Joseph Cesario, Chris Loersch, Michele M. Tugade, Anthony H. Ahrens Dirk Smeesters3:15 – Coffee Break I9: THE DYNAMIC SOCIAL MIND3:30 pm Grande Ballroom Capri Rooms 107-1103:30 – Symposia Session I Chairs: Melissa Ferguson and Mike Wojnowicz, Cor-4:45 pm nell University I1: UNITED AND DIVIDED WE STAND: ON THE COLLECTIVE Speakers: William A. Cunningham, Mike Wojnowicz, AND PERSONAL FUNCTIONS OF CONFORMITY AND Jonathan B. Freeman, Robin R. Vallacher DISSENT Royale Pavilion 1 I10: HOW TO SURVIVE SIN CITY: THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE Chairs: Kimberly Rios Morrison, The Ohio State Uni- CONTROL IN FIGHTING TEMPTATION versity, and Dominic J. Packer, Lehigh University Capri Rooms 114-116 Speakers: Carsten K. W. De Dreu, Jolanda Jetten, Chairs: Wilhelm Hofmann, Würzburg University, and Dominic J. Packer, Kimberly Rios Morrison Lotte Van Dillen, Utrecht University Netherlands Speakers: Wilhelm Hofmann, Brandon Schmeichel, I2: REDRAWING THE BIG PICTURE: FROM PERSONALITY Lotte Van Dillen, Reinout Wiers DATA (BACK) TO PERSONALITY THEORY Royale Pavilion 2 Chair: Daniel Cervone, University of Illinois at Chicago Speakers: Daniel Cervone, Peter Kuppens, Sander Koole, Gerald MatthewsSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 7
  10. 10. Schedule of Events5:00 – Symposia Session J J6: THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF EMOTIONAL DISCLOSURE6:15 pm Royale Pavilion 7-8 J1: WORKING TOGETHER OR TEARING EACH OTHER DOWN: HOW MEMBERS OF LOW STATUS GROUPS TREAT Chair: Kent Harber, Rutgers University at Newark THE INGROUP Speakers: Matthias Mehl, Anita Kelly, Richard Royale Pavilion 1 Slatcher, Kent Harber Chair: Kerry Spalding, University of Washington J7: DISTINCT AND COMMON EFFECTS OF VARIOUS Speakers: Laurie OBrien, Dina Eliezer, Grace Lau, PSYCHOLOGICAL THREATS Kerry Spalding Capri Rooms 101-102 J2: UNDERSTANDING NARCISSISM: MODERN, EMPIR- Chairs: Gale M. Lucas and Daniel C. Molden, North- ICAL APPROACHES TO CLASSIC CONTROVERSIES western University Royale Pavilion 2 Speakers: Dianne M. Tice, Jeff Schimel, Gale M. Lucas, Ian McGregor Chairs: Ryan Brown, The University of Oklahoma, and Keith Campbell, The University of Georgia J8: CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS THOUGHT IN DECI- Speakers: Virgil Zeigler-Hill, Keith Campbell, Robert SION-MAKING Horton, Ryan P. Brown Capri Rooms 103-106 J3: CONTEXTUALIZING INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICA- Chairs: Daniel Wegner, Harvard University, and Carey TION: WHEN “POSITIVE” BEHAVIORS ARE NEGATIVE AND Morewedge, Carnegie Mellon University “NEGATIVE” BEHAVIORS ARE POSITIVE Speakers: Daniel Oppenheimer, Carey Morewedge, Royale Pavilion 5 John W. Payne, Ap Dijksterhuis Chairs: James K. McNulty and V. Michelle Russell, J9: WHEN AND HOW SOCIAL COMPARATIVE STANDING University of Tennessee IMPACTS WELL-BEING AND AFFECT Speakers: Laura B. Luchies, Jeffry A. Simpson, James Capri Rooms 107-110 K. McNulty, Ronald D. Rogge Chairs: Jason P. Rose, University of Toledo, and Zlatan J4: THE SOCIAL FACE: HOW SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION Krizan, Iowa State University INFLUENCES FACE PERCEPTION Speakers: William M. P. Klein, Ethan Zell, Jason P. Royale Pavilion 6 Rose, Richard Lucas Chairs: Kurt Hugenberg, Miami University, and Oliv- J10: FOR THE LOVE OF THE FRAME: MOTIVATIONAL ier Corneille, Catholic University of Louvain SOURCES OF VARIATION IN EFFECTIVENESS OF HEALTH Speakers: Olivier Corneille, Natalie Ebner, Kurt MESSAGES Hugenberg, Tiffany Ito Capri Rooms 114-116 J5: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MEANING OF THINGS AND Chairs: Tamara Sims and Nanna Notthoff, Stanford PLACES University Royale Pavilion 3-4 Speakers: John A. Updegraff, Ph.D., Nanna Notthoff, Tamara L. Sims, M.A., Andrew Ward, Ph.D. Chair: Alison Ledgerwood, UC Davis Speakers: Melissa Ferguson, Courtney Bonam, 6:15 – Poster Session G with Social Hour Alison Ledgerwood, Geoffrey Miller 7:45 pm Grande Ballroom8 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  11. 11. Featured SessionsOpening Session and Invited AddressesPresidential Symposium C1: Presidential Address The Social Self: Egosystem or Ecosystem?Transcending self-interest: Evolution, brains, and hormones Friday, January 29, 2010, 2:00 - 3:15 pm, Royale Pavilion 1 Thursday, January 28, 2010, 5:00 - 7:00 pm, Royale Pavilion 1-4 Speaker: Jennifer Crocker, University of Michigan Chair: Jennifer Crocker, University of Michigan Introducer: Richard Petty, Ohio State University Speaker: Dacher Keltner, University of California, Berkeley, BORN TO BE GOOD: AN EVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO COMPASSION E1: Campbell Award Address Speaker: Patricia Churchland, University of California, San Envy Up and Scorn Down: How Comparison Divides Us Diego, BRAIN-BASED VALUES Friday, January 29, 2010, 5:00 - 6:15 pm, Royale Pavilion 1 Speaker: Paul Zak, Claremont Graduate Center, THE MORAL MOLE- Recipient: Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University CULE: OXYTOCIN AND VIRTUE Introducer: Peter Glick, Lawrence University Introducer:Outreach and Special Sessions G2: Keynote Panel The Role of Genetics in Personality and Social PsychologySSA1: GSC Special Symposium Saturday, January 30, 2010, 11:15 am - 12:45 pm, Royale Pavilion 2A Graduate Student’s Guide to External Funding Chairs: William Fleeson, Wake Forest University, and Serena Chen, Uni- Friday, January 29, 2010, 8:15 - 9:30 am, Capri Rooms 103-106 versity of California, Berkeley Sponsored by the Graduate Student Committee Panelist: Frances A. Champagne, Columbia University, GENE-ENVI- Chairs: Nicole E. Noll, Temple University, and Kathleen Fortune, Uni- RONMENT INTERPLAY AND THE TRANSGENERATIONAL IMPACT OF THE versity of Manitoba SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT Speakers: Jenessa R. Shapiro, Amber L. Story, Laura A. King Panelist: Steve Cole, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, SOCIAL REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMANSSSA2: Funding Opportunities at the National Science Foundation Panelist: Robert F. Krueger, Washington University, GENES AND ENVI- Friday, January 29, 2010, 8:15 - 9:30 am, Capri Rooms 107-110 RONMENTS IN PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: SOME Speakers: Kellina M. Craig-Henderson and REFLECTIONS ON SCIENTIFIC STRATEGIES Amber L. Story Panelist: Eric Turkheimer, University of Virginia, A NULL MODEL FOR THE GENETICS OF COMPLEX HUMAN BEHAVIORSSA3: Funding Opportunities at the National Cancer Institute Friday, January 29, 2010, 8:15 - 9:30 am, Capri Rooms 114-116 H2: Block Award Address Speakers: Bill Klein and Heather Patrick Saturday, January 30, 2:00 - 3:15 pmRoyale Pavilion 2 Recipient: Paul T. Costa, Jr., National Institute of Aging, ON THESSB1: APA Task Force Reports: Aiding, Advancing, and Applying IMPORTANCE OF THE FFM PERSONALITY TRAITSResearch Introducer: David C. Funder, University of California, Riverside Saturday, January 30, 2010, 8:15 - 9:30 am, Capri Rooms 103-106 Sponsored by the American Psychological Association Chair: Steve Breckler, Director of the APA Science Directorate Speakers: Steve Breckler, Susan Saegert, Brenda Major, Monica Biernat, Eileen Zurbiggen, Janet SwimSSB2: Social Psychology in the Service of National Security: Collabo-ration Opportunities in Support of the Federal Security ClearanceSystem Saturday, January 30, 2010, 8:15 - 9:30 am, Capri Rooms 107-110 Chairs: Bryan Castelda and John Capps, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Special Security Center Speakers: Eric L. Lang, Bryan A. Castelda, Verónica Benet-Martínez, Cynthia L. PickettSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 9
  12. 12. Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleFriday, January 29 - Morning Sessions Special Session Session A Session B Location 8:15 - 9:30 am 9:45 - 11:00 am 11:15 am - 12:30 pm Royale Pavilion 1 A1: Beyond Laboratory-Based Test B1: Religion and Support of Violence Performance: Exploring The Far- Against the Outgroup Reaching Consequences and Impli- Ariel Malka cations of Stereotype Threat Valerie Jones Royale Pavilion 2 A2: Interpersonal Complementarity B2: What is below the Big Five? Debbie S. Moskowitz Structure and utility of lower levels of analysis Joshua Jackson Royale Pavilion 5 A3: Taken for Granted: The Influ- B3: New Directions in the Study of ence of Family on Social Cognition, Love: Neurobiological Perspectives Social Behavior, and Well-Being Joshua Poore Belinda Campos Royale Pavilion 6 A4: Check All That Apply: The Psy- B4: Basic Building-blocks of the chological Costs and Benefits of Social-Relational Mind Adopting a Multiracial Identity Lotte Thomsen Todd L. Pittinsky Royale Pavilion 3-4 A5: Finding Mind: Attributing (and B5: Perspectives on Moral Licensing: Denying) Inner Life to People, How Personal Moral History Affects Machines and Gods the Entitlement to Transgress Kurt Gray Emily Zitek Royale Pavilion 7-8 A6: Feeling, thinking, and the body: B6: Culture and Emotion Regulation Developments in embodied cogni- Igor Grossmann tion Norbert Schwarz Capri Rooms 101-102 A7: Cultural Ladders: Causes and B7: Social Image and Culture Consequences of Social Hierarchy Susan Cross Depend on National and Regional Culture Joe Magee Capri Rooms 103-106 S1: GSC Special Symposium - A A8: Emotion regulation and self-con- B8: The Two Faces of Verbal Mim- Graduate Student’s Guide to Exter- trol: Basic psychobiological mecha- icry: Does Linguistic Synchrony Pre- nal Funding nisms and applications to public dict Positive or Negative Social Nicole E. Noll health Outcomes? Paige G. McDonald Matt L. Newman Capri Rooms 107-110 S2: Funding Opportunities at the A9: Mediation and Moderation as B9: Survey Says?: Investigating the National Science Foundation Tools for Theory Development in Potential and Limits of Survey Kellina M. Craig-Henderson and Amber Social and Personality Psychology Research L. Story Patrick Shrout Amanda Snook Capri Rooms 114-116 S3: Funding Opportunities at the A10: Making Meaning: The Human B10: Experiential Needs and Behav- National Cancer Institute Quest for Understanding and Coher- ioral Motives: Different things or ence same difference? Keith Markman Kennon Sheldon10 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  13. 13. Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleFriday, January 29 - Afternoon Sessions Session C Session D Session E Location 2:00 - 3:15 pm 3:30 - 4:45 pm 5:00 - 6:15 pm Royale Pavilion 1 C1: Presidential Address: The Social D1: The Psychology of Status E1: Campbell Award Address: Envy Self: Egosystem or Ecosystem? Nir Halevy Up and Scorn Down: How Compari- Jennifer Crocker son Divides Us Susan T. Fiske Royale Pavilion 2 C2: The Person and the Political D2: Positive and Negative Evalua- E2: Personality Traits as Implicit Mind: New Insights from Research tion in Self-Reported Personality Causal Theories about People on Values, Mindsets, Perceptions of Eric Turkheimer Jim Uleman the Nation, and Gender Anat Bardi Royale Pavilion 5 C3: Social psychology for an eco- D3: The Science of Money and Rela- E3: Cognitive Underpinnings of nomic recession: Examining the tionships: Ways that Money Helps Attachment Representations: Exam- effects of socioeconomic status on and Hurts Interpersonal Functioning ining Relevant Knowledge Struc- psychological processes Peter Caprariello tures Natalya C. Maisel Bulent Turan Royale Pavilion 6 C4: Contending with discrimina- D4: The Nature, Causes and Conse- E4: Different Aspects of Essential- tion: Psychological, neurological, quences of Objectification ism: Looking across Race, Status, physiological, and behavioral conse- Steve Loughnan Religion, Age, and Sexual Orienta- quences of attributional ambiguity tion Jenessa R. Shapiro Negin R. Toosi Royale Pavilion 3-4 C5: Accurate Self-Knowledge D5: Understanding Implicit and E5: Giving them wings to fly: Advice C. Randall Colvin Explicit Attitudes: Exploring the for soon-to-be, new, and established Dual-Systems Perspective faculty in the training of graduate Michael J. McCaslin students Jamie Arndt Royale Pavilion 7-8 D6: Beyond Recognition: What are E6: Biases in processing social cues: the Social (And Not-So-Social) Func- Links to early aversive experiences tions of Emotion Expressions? and functioning across the lifespan Jessica L. Tracy Karin G. Coifman Capri Rooms 101-102 D7: The origins, predictors, and moderators of religious beliefs and involvement Joni Sasaki Capri Rooms 103-106 D8: Prohibitions and Punishments: Implications for Moral Psychology Sana Sheikh Capri Rooms 107-110 D9: A primer on social neuroscience methods for consumers and practi- tioners: Endocrinology, genetics, and neuroimaging Elliot Berkman Capri Rooms 114-116 D10: Existential Epistemology: The Science of Motivated Knowledge Construction Joshua HartSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 11
  14. 14. Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleSaturday, January 30 - Morning Sessions Special Session Session A Session B Location 8:15 - 9:30 am 9:45 - 11:00 am 11:15 am - 12:30 pm Royale Pavilion 1 F1: How Psychological Processes G1: "Gimme Five!" Tactile Commu- Shape Culture nication and its Prosocial Conse- Jonah Berger quences Michael W. Kraus Royale Pavilion 2 F2: Panel Discussion: Forging con- G2: Keynote Panel: The Role of nections between Social Media and Genetics in Personality and Social Social/Personality Psychology Psychology (11:15 am -12:45 pm) Samuel D. Gosling William Fleeson and Serena Chen Royale Pavilion 5 F3: Self-regulation in response to G3: The Biology of the Attachment rejection and social threat Bond Maire Ford Paul Eastwick Royale Pavilion 6 F4: SPSP Diversity and Climate G4: Beyond particularism in the Committee Symposium study of intersectional identities: A Multi-Stage Approach to Under- Building and testing general theories standing Intergroup Contact: Chal- of identity intersectionality lenges and Potential Solutions Valerie Purdie-Vaughns Tamar Saguy Royale Pavilion 3-4 F5: Where am I? Cultural products G5: New Insights into Social Evalua- and self-experience tion Biases: From Brain to Behavior Jean Twenge Jennifer S. Beer Royale Pavilion 7-8 F6: Impulse and Reflection: Under- standing Behavior and Moving Beyond the Implicit-Explicit Distinc- tion Michael Haefner Capri Rooms 101-102 F7: The Selfish Origins of Selfless- ness: Integrating Evolutionary, Eco- nomic, and Psychological Models of Helping & Cooperation Vladas Griskevicius Capri Rooms 103-106 S4: APA Task Force Reports: Aiding, F8: Free Will, Moral Action, and Advancing, and Applying Research, Moral Responsibility Steve Breckler Yoel Inbar Capri Rooms 107-110 S5: Social Psychology in the Service F9: Outdoors Psychologists: Advanc- of National Security: Collaboration ing Social Psychological Theory and Opportunities in Support of the Fed- Experimental Methods in the Field eral Security Clearance System Elizabeth Levy Paluck Bryan Castelda Capri Rooms 114-116 F10: Embodied Motivation: Implica- tions of Body Feedback for Funda- mental Processes Underlying Motivated Action Nils B. Jostmann12 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  15. 15. Symposia & Special Sessions ScheduleSaturday, January 30 - Afternoon Session Session C Session D Session E Location 2:00 - 3:15 pm 3:30 - 4:45 pm 5:00 - 6:15 pm Royale Pavilion 1 H1: Power and the (Narcissistic) Self: I1: United and Divided We Stand: J1: Working Together or Tearing The Effects of Power on Self Percep- On the Collective and Personal Each Other Down: How Members of tion, Self Presentation, Goals for the Functions of Conformity and Dis- Low Status Groups Treat the Self, and Ethical Decision Making, sent Ingroup Nathanael J. Fast Kimberly Rios Morrison Kerry Spalding Royale Pavilion 2 H2: Block Award Address I2: Redrawing the Big Picture: From J2: Understanding Narcissism: Mod- On the Importance of the FFM Per- Personality Data (Back) to Personal- ern, Empirical Approaches to Classic sonality Traits ity Theory Controversies Paul T. Costa, Jr. Daniel Cervone Ryan Brown Royale Pavilion 5 H3: Balancing Closeness and Dis- I3: A biopsychosocial model of J3: Contextualizing Interpersonal tance in Intimate Relationships threats to social belonging: Perspec- Communication: When “Positive” Gertraud Stadler tives from across the spectrum of Behaviors are Negative and “Nega- social psychology tive” Behaviors are Positive Lisa M. Jaremka James K. McNulty Royale Pavilion 6 H4: How we feel about them: Emo- I4: The Age of Obama: A New Era of J4: The Social Face: How Social Cate- tional responses to outgroups’ plea- Race Relations, or a New Era of gorization Influences Face Percep- sures and pains Modern Racism? tion Mina Cikara Clayton R. Critcher Kurt Hugenberg Royale Pavilion 3-4 H5: Do I belong here? Identifying I5: Whats so special about the self? J5: The Psychological Meaning of Factors that Fortify vs. Attenuate Or is there anything special at all? Things and Places Women’s Sense of Belonging in Ste- Kurt Peters Alison Ledgerwood reotypically Masculine Academic and Professional Domains Jane Stout Royale Pavilion 7-8 H6: The Differentiation of Positive I6: Achieving Sustainable Happi- J6: The Social Ecology of Emotional Emotions: Recent Advances in The- ness: Pathways and Pitfalls Disclosure ory and Research on Positive Emo- Lara Aknin Kent Harber tions Michele M. Tugade Capri Rooms 101-102 I7: Sex, Status, Power and Penalties J7: Distinct and Common Effects of for Gender Deviance: New Direc- Various Psychological Threats tions in Backlash Research Gale M. Lucas Corinne Moss-Racusin Capri Rooms 103-106 I8: A New Look on Automatic J8: Conscious and Unconscious Behavior: Modulation, Integration Thought in Decision-Making and Consequences Daniel Wegner Kai Jonas Capri Rooms 107-110 I9: The dynamic social mind J9: When and How Social Compara- Melissa Ferguson tive Standing Impacts Well-being and Affect Jason P. Rose Capri Rooms 114-116 I10: How to Survive Sin City: The J10: For the love of the frame: Moti- Role of Cognitive Control in Fight- vational sources of variation in effec- ing Temptation tiveness of health messages Wilhelm Hofmann Tamara SimsSociety for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 13
  16. 16. Poster Schedule Poster sessions are scheduled on Thursday, January 28, Fri- The doors to the poster room will open at 6:30 pm on Thurs- day, January 29, and Saturday, January 30. The presenting day and at 7:45 am on Friday and Saturday for poster authors author must be present at least one full hour during the who are setting up their posters only. The room will not be assigned session and the other authors should be present dur- open to the rest of the attendees until the exhibits open hour ing the remaining time. The following times indicate when in the schedule of events. You may post your materials on the you are expected to set-up and take-down your poster. Note board assigned to you starting at the scheduled "Set-up that we are asking you to leave your poster up for longer than Begins" time shown below. Please note that any posters not the formal session. This will allow people to look at your removed by “Take-down Complete” time will be discarded. poster throughout the day. You should plan to be at your The doors will close and lock for the evening at 8:45 pm on poster from the start until the end of your formal session. Thursday and 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. There is no re- entry after this time. Do not leave personal items in the poster room. Poster Date & Set-up Session Session Take-down Session Time Begins Begins Ends Complete Senf-Identified Keywords Included Close Relationships/Belonging/Rejection; Emotion, Motivation/ Thursday, A 6:30 pm 7:00 pm 8:30 pm 8:45 pm Goals; Person Perception/Impression Formation; Self/Identity; January 28 Social Judgment/Decision-Making; Stereotyping/Prejudice Applied Social Psychology; Gender; Individual Differences; Inter- group Relations; Mental Health; Motivation/Goals; Other; Prosocial Friday, B 7:45 am 8:00 am 9:30 am 12:15 pm Behavior; Psychophysiology/Genetics; Social; Social Development; January 29 Social Judgment/Decision-Making; Social Neuroscience; Social Sup- port Aggression/Anti-Social; Aggression/Anti-Social Behavior; Atti- Friday, tudes/Persuasion; Close Relationships/Belonging/Rejection; C 12:15 pm 12:30 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm January 29 Groups/Intragroup Processes; Norms and Social Influence; Self-Reg- ulation; Self/Identity Culture; Emotion; Lifespan Development; Methods/Statistics; Per- Friday, D 6:00 pm 6:15 pm 7:45 pm 8:00 pm son Perception/Impression Formation; Personality Processes; Self- January 29 Esteem; Stereotyping/Prejudice; Traits; Well-Being Assessment; Attitudes/Persuasion; Emotion; Evolution; Gender; Saturday, Intergroup Relations; Norms and Social Influence; Other; Personality E 7:45 am 8:00 am 9:30 am 12:15 am January 30 Processes; Physical Health; Self-Esteem; Social; Social Judgment/ Decision-Making Culture; Groups/Intragroup Processes; Individual Differences; Saturday, F 12:15 pm 12:30 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm Motivation/Goals; Not Specified; Person Perception/Impression January 30 Formation; Prosocial Behavior; Stereotyping/Prejudice; Well-Being Applied Social Psychology; Attitudes/Persuasion; Close Relation- Saturday, G 6:00 pm 6:15 pm 7:45 pm 8:00 pm ships/Belonging/Rejection; Intergroup Relations; Self-Regulation; January 30 Self/Identity; Social Judgment/Decision-Making14 Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting
  17. 17. SPSP 2010 ExhibitorsSPSP extends our thanks to the following SPSP 2010 Exhibitors for their support and participation.American Psychological Association Psychology PressGuilford Publications SAGEMangold International Sona-Systems Ltd.Millisecond Software Tobii TechnologyMindWare Technology W.W. Norton & CompanyNational Cancer Institute Wadsworth Cengage LearningNoldus Information Technology WileyOxford University PressPlease visit our exhibitors in the Grande Ballroom. Exhibit hours are:Thursday, January 28, 6:30 - 8:30 pmFriday, January 29, 8:00 am - 8:00 pmSaturday, January 30, 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Future Meetings SPSP 2011 will be held January 27-29, 2011, in San Antonio, Texas. SPSP 2012 will be held in San Diego, California.Society for Personality and Social Psychology — 2010 Annual Meeting 15

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