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8 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013SchedulingAccepted workshop proposals will be schedule...
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American Psychological Association (APA) 121st Annual Meeting 2013

  1. 1. 1APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013CAll ƒor PROGRAMSHAWAII121stAnnual Convention oƒ the American Psychological AssociationJuly 31–August 4, 2013Deadline for Division Proposals:friday, november 16, 2012All Proposals Must Be Submitted Via the APA Website at:http://apacustomout.apa.org/ConvCallDeadline for APA Continuing Education Workshop Proposals:Monday, november 5, 2012 (Please see Section IV)Supplement to the Monitor on Psychology
  2. 2. 2 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013TABLE OF CONtENtSI. General Information 2II. Procedures for Submitting Proposals 2III. Rules for Participation 5IV. Call for Continuing Education Workshop Proposals for the 2013 Convention 7V. Film Festival Submissions 8VI. Participation of Associated Psychological Organizations 8VII. Subject Index for Convention Program 9VIII. Division Program Chairpersons/Special Division Requirements 11All Proposals Must Be Submitted Via the APA Website:http://apacustomout.apa.org/ConvCallI. GENERAL INFORMAtiONThis Call ƒor Programs includes information on howto submit* presentations, posters, and programs to APAdivisions;* proposals for APA Continuing Education workshops;* proposals for the APA Film Festival.All program participants, members, nonmembers,and students are expected to register for the meetingand pay the appropriate registration fees. Registrationinformation for the 121st APA Annual Convention willbe available in April 2013 on the APA website atwww.apa.org/convention.II. PROcEDURES FOR SUBMittiNg PROpOSALSAll proposals must be submitted via the APA onlineCall ƒor Programs. This website will guide you throughthe submission process for your individual and/orsymposium/other proposals. Only Internet Explorer7.0+, Firefox 3.0+, Safari 3.0+, and Chrome 12.0+ aresupported. The APA Call ƒor Programs website is inte-grated with MyAPA’s single sign-on. For all proposals,a MyAPA login account and password are required.On-screen instructions will guide you through loggingin using your existing MyAPA account, looking up youraccount and/or password, or creating an account ifnecessary. Your MyAPA login account will allow youto begin a proposal, save your work as you completeeach screen of data, and optionally return later tofinish the submission process. You can also completeyour entire submission in one sitting; it’s your choice.The “save and return” feature is particularly helpful forlengthy symposia/other proposals and for less-than-stable Internet connections.When a proposal has been submitted successfully,you will see a screen acknowledging your submissionwith a proposal ID. Please print that screen and savethe proposal ID for future reference. Internet forcesbeyond our control can adversely affect the submis-sion process, so if you do not receive a proposal ID atthe end of your submission, please retry.Continue reading the rest of this booklet for importantinstructions. When you are ready to submit your pro-posal, use http://apacustomout.apa.org/ConvCall.Types of SubmissionsIndividual Presentation ProposalsPapersPapers submitted to a division will be grouped togetherby the division program chairperson within paper ses-sions scheduled for either 50 minutes or 1 hour and50 minutes. Paper presentations will be allotted a min-imum of 10 minutes for oral presentation. This formatmay provide only limited opportunity for fully present-ing one’s work and for interacting with attendees.Time allotments for presentations shall be determinedby the division’s program chairperson.PostersAPA especially encourages poster submissions so thatresearch findings, new ideas, innovations, and advancesin the profession may be shared with as many individuals
  3. 3. 3APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013as possible. Poster sessions allow presenters and attend-ees to engage in extended discussions regarding theauthor’s presentation that is in illustrated format on aposter board. Poster boards are 8 high with a surface of4 x 6 and are placed in rows in a large hall. Presentersare asked to be at their assigned poster board duringthe entire length of the poster session. If your submis-sion is accepted for presentation in a poster session,you will be directed to online instructions to assist youin preparing your materials in the required format.Program ProposalsSymposiaA symposium is a focused session in which multipleparticipants present their views about a commontheme, issue, or question. The views may or may notbe adversarial and may or may not be supported bybrief mention of relevant data. The format of a sym-posium usually consists of an introduction to the topicby the chairperson to provide the audience with abackground for the ensuing discussion. Participantsthen present their viewpoints, followed by interchangeamong participants and between the audience andparticipants. Often the symposium will end with anoverview of the proceedings by the chairperson ora discussant. Most important, a symposium is not apaper-reading session.Participants should prepare presentations in advance sothat the chairperson or discussant can prepare a coher-ent summary. Participants are encouraged to speakfrom notes; reading papers detracts from the spirit ofthe symposium. The chair or discussant should not givea separate presentation. Their role is to highlight theessential issues raised by participants and to integrateand interpret them.Conversation HoursA conversation hour is an opportunity for informal dis-cussion and exchange of ideas between the audienceand usually one or two presenters. Presenters are cho-sen for their expertise in a particular area of currentinterest to the members. The audience can ask ques-tions and discuss relevant issues in more detail than isusual in other types of sessions.Skill-Building SessionsA skill-building session is a program based on teachingdirect skills and application of theory to participants.Skill-building sessions combine theoretical and expe-riential approaches. Leaders typically offer practicalexperience to help participants increase their under-standing and skills in a particular area of current inter-est in psychology.Proposals for Presentations on HelpingSoldiers, Vets, and Their FamiliesTwenty to 30 hours of presentations will be devoted toa presidential initiative on psychology at the forefrontof behavioral health services to military personnel,veterans, and their families and to female soldiers whohave been the victims of sexual harassment. Of particu-lar interest are psychologists’ assessments of and inter-ventions with these individuals. Individual papers andsymposia are welcome.Accepted proposals will be part of the presidentialinitiative of 2013 APA President Donald N. Bersoff, PhD,JD, and will have no competing programming in thesame content area.Submit proposals to Donald Bersoff, PhD, through theCall ƒor Programs website at http://apacustomout.apa.org/ConvCall by November 16, 2012.General Instructions for All ProposalsAny one individual may submit a total of twoproposals for the convention.* Submit the proposal to only one division.Violation of this rule will result in the proposal’s notbeing scheduled.* Limit titles to 90 characters (includingspaces) or 10 words or fewer.* Indicate any accommodations for a physicaldisability that would facilitate your participation(e.g., ramp to head table, hand-held microphone,flexible microphone, table microphone, lavaliermicrophone) or scheduling limitations due toreligious constraints.* Reduce bias in language. All oral and writtenpresentations should use unbiased language thatavoids stereotypes, labeling, and pejorative com-ments. Presenters are encouraged to acknowledgediversity and use appropriate descriptions, includ-ing those for gender, sexual orientation, racial andethnic identity, disabilities, and age. Participantsare strongly reminded that the highest standard ofcourteous and respectful behavior is expected forboth written and oral presentations, especially whensensitive and controversial topics may require bal-anced and varied perspectives and opinions of thepresenters and the audience. Specific suggestionsfor using unbiased language are on pages 70–77 ofthe Publication Manual of the American Psychologi-cal Association (6th ed.).To prepare for the submission process, please have theinformation for the following mandatory fields at hand.
  4. 4. APA CALL for PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 20134Additional Instructions for IndividualPresentation Proposals* Title of presentation and subject index term(see Section VII).* Principal author (in instances of multiple author-ship, the person whose name is listed first isexpected to deliver the presentation): Name, high-est educational degree, email and complete mailingaddress, cell and work telephone numbers, institu-tion/business information (department, school,agency, or company, etc.; city and state), member-ship status (including APAGS membership), andidentification of sponsor, if any.* Names of coauthors, their highest educationaldegree, their institution/business information.* Preference for presentation in a poster session orpaper session.* A 250–500-word summary. The text of the summaryshould include a statement of the problem, subjectsused, procedure, results, and conclusions.* Permission to forward to an alternate division. Pleaseindicate other divisions that may also be appropriatefor your submission.Your abstract should include a statement of the prob-lem, subjects used, procedure, results, and conclusions.Additional Instructions for FullyOrganized Program Proposals* Type of program (e.g., symposium, skill-buildingsession, conversation hour).* Title of program and up to two subject index termsfor the program (see Section IV).* Brief content description (to appear in online mobileversions of the Convention Program): 250 characters,including spaces.* Chairperson: Name, highest educational degree,institution/business information (department,school, agency, company, etc.; city and state), emailand complete mailing address, and membership sta-tus (including APAGS membership).* Participants, in order of presentation: Names, high-est educational degree, institution/business informa-tion, email and complete mailing address, titles ofcontributions, and membership status (includingAPAGS membership).* Discussants, in order of presentation (if any):Names, highest educational degree, institution/business information, email and complete mailingaddress, and membership status.* A 300-word general summary and a 300-wordsummary of each participant’s contribution.* Permission to forward to an alternate division. Pleaseindicate other divisions that may also be appropriatefor your submission.All arrangements for the proposed session, includingwritten acceptance by each participant, must be com-plete when the proposal for a fully organized programis submitted.CosponsorshipWhen a presenter feels that a proposal is appropriatefor cosponsorship by several divisions, the proposalshould be sent to a primary division with a list ofappropriate divisions for possible cosponsorship. If theproposal is accepted, the program chairperson willmake the necessary arrangements for cosponsorship.Time Limits50 minutes or 1 hour and 50 minutes.CE SessionsDuring the APA annual convention, the APA Office ofContinuing Education in Psychology (CEP) sponsorsCE credit for selected sessions offered by APA divisionsand APA governance groups. Our goals are to:Deadlines:Division proposalsFriday, November 16, 2012*APA Continuing EducationWorkshop proposalsMonday, November 5, 2012(please see Section IV )Film Festival proposalsfriday, November 16, 2012Requests from associatedpsychological associationsMonday, january 14, 2013*This earlier deadline is necessary for the productionof the Convention Program and the early shipmentdates for materials to Hawai’i.
  5. 5. 5APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013* Provide APA members the opportunity to earn CEcredit for selected convention sessions.* Work with APA divisions and governance groups topromote high-quality educational programming.* Highlight some of the outstanding programmingoffered at the APA convention.What Is the Submission Process?* On the Call ƒor Programs submission form, you willhave an option to select whether you would likeyour session submitted for CE review (Question 11).If you select “yes,” please review the APA Standardsand Criteria (http://www.apa.org/ed/sponsor/about/standards/manual.pdf) to make sure yoursession meets the definition for CE in psychology.* Provide no more than two learning objectives.Instructions for writing learning objectives are pro-vided in the submission form.If your session is accepted by the division to which yousubmitted a proposal, it will be the decision of the divi-sion program chair to submit the session for CE reviewto the APA CE Office.The CE Office will review each session. Decisionsare made by mid-March each year. If your session isapproved to offer CE credits, you will be notified bythe division program chair.Note. The number of sessions that will offer CE credit may belimited due to cost, space considerations, and scheduling ofsessions; therefore, not all sessions submitted for CE credit willoffer CE credit.Which Sessions Are Eligible to OfferCE Credit?The lists below specify which sessions are eligible andnot eligible for CE review.Eligible for CE Review* Discussions* Fellows’ Addresses* Invited Addresses* Presidential Addresses* Symposia* Skill-Building SessionsNOT Eligible for CE Review* Business Meetings* Committee Meetings* Conversation Hours* Executive CommitteeMeetings* Film Programs* Paper Sessions* Poster Sessions* Roundtable Discussions* Social HoursIII. RULES FOR PARticipAtiONWho May Submit: Any APA member may submit aproposed program or presentation for consideration.It is not necessary to be a member of the division towhich a proposal is submitted.Psychologists who hold a PhD (or PhD equivalent)and who are members of a national psychology orga-nization that holds membership in the InternationalUnion of Psychological Science (IUPS) are relieved ofthe requirement to find a sponsor for APA conven-tion submissions. To have the sponsor requirementwaived, please provide evidence of degree held andmembership in a national psychology association thatis a national member (or that is part of a coalition thatconstitutes the national member) of the IUPS.Nonmember Participation: Individuals who arenot members of APA or an association listed with theIUPS may submit a proposal if an APA member is acoauthor of the presentation or sponsors the proposal.An invitation from a division program committee tosubmit a proposal constitutes the required sponsor-ship of nonmember participants.Invitations to nonmembers of APA are issued at thediscretion of the divisions and their program chair-persons. Ultimately, the divisions are responsible forthe nature and quality of their programs, and the onlyrestrictions on programs are those that can be derivedfrom the ethical principles of APA.The person who invites or sponsors a nonmember toparticipate in the program is responsible for ensuringthat these steps are followed:a. Clarify financial arrangements, if any, withthe sponsoring division and the nonmemberparticipant.b. Provide the nonmember participant with registra-tion and hotel information, which can be found onAPA’s website at www.apa.org/convention. Allnonmember participants are required to registerand pay the convention registration fee. To ensurethe availability of hotel rooms, this step must bedone by May 1, 2013.c. Where protocol dictates, make arrangements forgreeting the nonmember at the airport, escortingthe individual to the session, and meeting col-leagues at a business meeting or social event.Some nonmembers (president, vice president, first lady,members of Congress, presidential appointees, high-ranking policy officials, etc.) require special arrange-ments that should be coordinated with APA. Personsconsidering such invitations must first check with the
  6. 6. 6 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013APA Convention Office before making any inquiries onavailability or issuing any invitations to these individuals.Eligibility of Chairpersons: All chairpersonsof sessions must be APA members (members, fellows,or associates). Persons with an affiliate status, such asstudent, high school teacher, or international, may notserve as chairpersons.Number of Submissions Allowed: An individualmay submit a maximum of two proposals to be con-sidered for the convention. Multiple submissions thatare redundant or substantively similar are not permit-ted. Each proposal must be submitted to only onedivision for consideration.Number of Participants Allowed: Individu-als must limit themselves to two participations acrossall divisional programming. “Participation” refers toactually presenting a paper in a paper or poster ses-sion or serving as a presenter/panelist in a symposium/discussion/conversation hour that is listed in the formalprogram. Participants who violate this rule will be con-tacted by the APA Convention Office and asked to selectonly two.Exemptions From the Participation CountAre: Chairs who do not present, symposium discus-sants, nonpresenting coauthors; division businessmeetings, division presidential addresses, divisioninvited addresses, division awards ceremonies; APAconventionwide programming (APA plenary or gov-ernance sessions, APA presidential programming, APAor APF invited addresses, APA CE workshop leaders);or other APA or divisional nonprogram functions.Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest: All pre-senters are expected to disclose relationships that couldreasonably be viewed as creating a conflict of interestwith respect to the content of their presentations. Thegeneral purpose of such disclosures is to allow the lis-tener to make his or her own informed assessment ofthe presentation. Each presenter is ultimately respon-sible for determining whether he or she should disclosea given relationship. Appropriate methods of disclosurewill vary based on the type of presentation involved.To determine appropriate methods, presenters can dis-cuss approaches for providing disclosure with sessionorganizers, who may, in turn, consult with APA staff inrelevant areas for assistance.Scheduling Presentations: Persons withaccepted presentations or programs must participateat the time determined by APA. Persons with timeconstraints for religious reasons must include thisinformation on the original submission form.Previous or Simultaneous Submissions:Except by invitation, a presentation previously pub-lished or read at any state, regional, or divisional meet-ing may not be presented at the convention unless it isa substantial elaboration (additional findings, etc.) of apreliminary report. A presentation submitted to APA forconsideration may not be submitted simultaneously forconsideration at a regional, state, or divisional meeting.Ownership and Use of SubmittedMaterials and PresentationsAll rights, title, and interest in material submitted inconnection with an approved program (“SubmittedMaterial”) will remain with the author(s). As a condi-tion of the acceptance of the approved program, allauthor(s) agree to grant to APA a royalty-free, nonex-clusive, worldwide perpetual license to use, reproduce,publicly display, distribute, and prepare derivativeworks of the Submitted Material in any medium,including electronic, online, and/or print format.This license shall also include electronic archiving ofSubmitted Material in the APA PsycEXTRA databaseor another archive service utilized by the APA eithernow or in the future, unless the author(s) or a per-son authorized to submit on behalf of the author(s)decides not to permit electronic archiving of the pro-gram by clicking the “Opt Out of Electronic Archiving”box during the online submission process. APA divi-sions shall not be granted any rights hereunder.By submitting Submitted Material for use by the APA,you represent and guarantee that you are either anauthor of the Submitted Material or a person autho-rized to act on the behalf of the author(s). If you are acoauthor or acting on behalf of a coauthor, you repre-sent and guarantee that you have received permissionfrom all authors for your submission of material ontheir behalf. You also represent and guarantee that theSubmitted Material is an original work of authorshipthat has not been previously published and does notinfringe any third party’s rights. You represent andguarantee that you have all necessary permissions touse any third-party materials incorporated into theSubmitted Material, and you have the authority tomake these representations and guarantees and grantthe rights herein. Should any third party bring a claimagainst the APA for its use of the Submitted Material,you agree to indemnify, defend, and hold the APAharmless for any use of the Submitted Material setforth herein.Further, as a condition of presenting or speaking at theAPA Annual Convention, you agree to be recorded and/or videotaped and grant APA a royalty-free nonexclu-sive license to use, reproduce, publicly display, distrib-
  7. 7. 7APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013ute, and prepare derivative works of the presentationin any medium, including electronic, online (includingpodcasts and streaming media), and/or print format.This license shall also include electronic archiving in theAPA PsycEXTRA database or another archive service uti-lized by the APA either now or in the future.Electronic Archiving ServicesAPA is pleased to provide presenters at the 2013convention with electronic archiving services for pre-sentation abstracts and PowerPoint files. Upon accep-tance of a presentation or program, APA will providepresenters with a web page address where they canupdate/upload abstracts and PowerPoint files throughthe conclusion of the 2013 convention.PsycEXTRA: All accepted material will be automati-cally uploaded into PsycEXTRA, APA’s gray literaturedatabase that provides an archival record of presen-tations, unless the author(s) or a person authorizedto submit on behalf of the author(s) decides not topermit electronic archiving by clicking the “Opt Outof Electronic Archiving” box during the online submis-sion process. Inclusion in PsycEXTRA does not affectyour rights to the submission. The collection of confer-ence papers in this important database enables read-ers to trace the evolution of research.Media Coverage: To encourage higher quality pro-grams and better media coverage, acceptance of aproposal assumes that presenters will prepare advancetexts of their presentations or a summary consisting ofat least five pages. All presentations and their specificfindings should not appear in the media until after thetime of presentation.Presenters are strongly encouraged to email theirpapers to the APA Public Affairs Office at public.affairs@apa.org by June 15. The top page shouldinclude your name, affiliation, address, businessphone, email, and title of paper. Please add “Pre-sented at 121st Annual Convention of the AmericanPsychological Association at Honolulu, Hawai’i, August2013,” and note day and time of presentation.IV. CALL FOR CONtiNUiNg EDUcAtiON WORKSHOp PROpOSALS FOR tHE 2013 CONvENtiON– ALL TOpicS WELcOMEDeadline: Monday, November 5, 2012The APA Continuing Education Committee (CEC) wel-comes workshop proposals that address the lifelonglearning needs of the APA membership for the APA con-vention in Honolulu, Hawai’i, July 31–August 4, 2013.Approximately 70 half-day (4 hours) and full-day (7hours) workshops will be offered on a range of topics(ethics, assessment, geriatrics, psychopharmacology,trauma, and marriage/family, among many others),including a special featured theme track dedicated toTechnology in Psychology Practice, Education, Scienceand Research. An emphasis is placed on interactiveworkshops that actively engage participants with avariety of different modes of learning and that facili-tate the translation of new knowledge and skills intoprofessional practices and services. Submit a workshopproposal for continuing education (CE) credit andshare your expertise with colleagues at this event.The CEC seeks proposals that—* are relevant to psychological practice, education,and science;* enable psychologists to keep pace with emergingissues and technologies; and* allow psychologists to maintain, develop, and increasecompetencies in order to improve services to the pub-lic and enhance contributions to the profession.Standards and Criteria for Approval ofSponsors of Continuing Education forPsychologists (February 2009)The CEC is committed to gender and ethnic diversityrepresentation among workshop presenters, and allproposals should address these issues in the contentand format of the workshop.The proposal process is a competitive one; we receivean average of 125 proposals each year for 70 spaces.You must demonstrate in the proposal that your work-shop meets the Standards and Criteria for Approvalof Sponsors of Continuing Education for Psychologists(February 2009). The Workshop Proposal Form pro-vides detailed information on how to meet the Stan-dards and Criteria.Why should you apply?As a presenter, you have the opportunity to:* Join a select group of professionals and share yourknowledge with fellow psychologists from aroundthe world.* Enhance your professional presentations skills.* Broaden your professional network.* Attend one complimentary CE workshop.* Receive an honorarium of $150 per instructionalhour, per workshop (i.e., $1,050 for a full-day work-shop and $600 for a half-day workshop).
  8. 8. 8 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013SchedulingAccepted workshop proposals will be scheduled dur-ing the 5 days of the convention—Wednesday, July 31,through Sunday, August 4, 2013. Presenters must beavailable to present their workshop on any given day.Submission ProcessThe 2013 Workshop Proposal Form will be availableonline Monday, September 3, 2012. All proposalsmust be submitted through the online Conven-tion Programming System—CE Workshop Pro-posal section (www.apa.org/ed/ce). Click on the“Call for CE Workshop Proposal” link. Online instruc-tions are provided to guide you through the process.The proposal does not have to be completed in onesitting (i.e., you may start, save, and return to it at alater time). Before final submission, review your pro-posal thoroughly. Once submitted, your proposal isfinal. Upon successful submission, a screen appearsacknowledging your submission and providing youwith a proposal ID. Print that screen and save theproposal ID for future reference.Note. Some APA divisions offer preconvention CE workshops.These divisional workshops are separate from the CE work-shops offered by the CEP Office and the CEC.Deadline: Monday, November 5, 2012The CE workshop proposal deadline falls earlier thanthe deadline for convention session proposals submit-ted to APA divisions. The CEC makes its workshopselections by mid-January.Questions? Contact Marcia E. Segura at 800-374-2721, ext.5691, or msegura@apa.org.V. FiLM FEStivAL SUBMiSSiONSWho May Submit: APA members and commercialand educational filmmakers, producers, and distributorsFormat for Presentations: DVDDeadline for Submissions: November 16, 2012Contact the APA Convention Office at convention@apa.org or call 202-336-6020 to obtain full instruc-tions and requirements for submitting a film or othermedia program proposal for consideration.The APA Ad Hoc Committee on Films and Other Mediaseeks to broaden the APA Film Festival’s entry base byattracting filmmakers outside of the traditional psycho-logical community who are creating media that artisti-cally comment on psychological and social issues of theday. Awards for excellence will be given for films in threecategories: feature length, shorts, and avant-garde.VI. PARticipAtiON OF ASSOciAtED PSYcHOLOgicAL ORgANiZAtiONSAssociated psychological organizations that request aprogram time for a business meeting, an award pre-sentation, or a social hour should communicate theirrequirements and detailed program plans to the Boardof Convention Affairs. All events sponsored by an asso-ciated psychological organization must be approved bythe Board of Convention Affairs for program contentand the assignment of meeting space. Without suchapproval, the event will not have official convention sta-tus and will not be listed in the Convention Program.Program time will not be made available to any politicalaction committee or other political entity, and programtime may not be used for any political activity or for thesupport or opposition of any political candidate.To be considered by the Board of Convention Affairs,programs proposed by associated psychological orga-nizations (those not listed in the APA Bylaws) shouldmeet the following criteria:* The group must be relevant to the science and prac-tice of psychology.* The session cannot involve any financial gain aboveactual expense of operation to the organizer orother participants.* The session may not interfere with the orderly busi-ness of APA.* The session shall be consistent with the APA Codeof Ethics, shall not reflect unfavorably on APA, andshall be subject to the policies and procedures ofthe APA.* All groups are limited to 2 hours of meeting time.Under extraordinary circumstances, the Board ofConvention Affairs will entertain requests for addi-tional time.* APA will provide only the space, one microphone(where necessary), a lectern, and chairs. Additionalneeds, such as audiovisual equipment, food, andother services, must be paid for by the organization.APA will supply the name of its contractor for audio-visual equipment upon request.* A credit card number or a check for the servicecharge, $50, payable to APA, should accompanythe request for program time. If a request is notapproved, the check will be returned.Deadline for Associated PsychologicalOrganization Requests: January 14, 2013
  9. 9. 9APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 20131 Addictive Behavior2 Aging2.1 Alzheimer’s disease/ dementia3 AIDS/HIV4 Animal Behavior5 Art/Music/Literature6 Autism7 Behavior Analysis8 Behavioral Neuroscience9 Child Abuse10 Clinical/Counseling/Consulting10.1 adolescent10.2 assessment/diagnosis10.3 child clinical/pediatric10.4 evidence-based practice10.5 geriatric10.6 interaction/ communication10.7 process/outcome10.8 professional10.9 psychopathology10.9.1 anxiety10.9.2 conduct disorders10.9.3 depression10.9.4 eating disorders10.9.5 neurological10.9.6 personality disorders10.9.7 schizophrenia10.10 psychotherapy/ treatment—methods10.10.1 behavioral/ cognitive10.10.2 dynamic/ psychoanalytic10.10.3 existentialVII. SUBJEct INDEX FOR CONvENtiON PROgRAMChoosing Terms: Submitters choose the one term from the subjectindex list that best fits the subject of the presentation or program. If thepresentation or program covers more than one subject area, a secondterm may be chosen. In selecting the appropriate index term, the morespecific one is preferable unless the broader, more general term is clearlymore appropriate.Terms for the APA Convention Program Subject Index21.3 family21.4 lifespan development21.5 socioemotional development21.6 stages21.6.1 adolescence21.6.2 adulthood21.6.3 childhood21.6.4 infancy22 Disabilities22.1 cognitive/learning22.2 developmental22.3 emotional22.4 physical23 Disaster/Crisis24 Early Career25 Education25.1 learning25.2 professional training25.3 teaching26 Emotion27 Environmental28 Ethics29 Ethnic Minority Studies29.1 African Americans29.2 American Indian/ Alaska Natives29.3 Asian American/ Pacific Islanders29.4 Hispanic Americans30 Ethnic Studies30.1 cross-cultural31 Evolutionary32 Exercise Behavior33 Experimental (General)34 Family35 Genetics/Genomics10.10.4 humanistic10.10.5 pharmacotherapy10.11 psychotherapy/ treatment—population10.11.1 group10.11.2 individual10.11.3 marital/family10.12 training10.13 vocational/career11 Cognition11.1 attention11.2 cognitive neuroscience11.3 executive function11.4 judgment and decision making11.5 language processing11.6 memory/learning11.7 modeling11.8 perception/motor control11.9 reasoning/ problem solving12 Community12.1 rural/urban12.2 service delivery13 Comparative14 Computer Applications15 Consumer Research16 Creativity17 Crime/Delinquency18 Cross-Cultural19 Death Studies19.1 bereavement19.2 death and dying20 Depression21 Developmental21.1 cognitive21.2 cognitive and language development
  10. 10. 10 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 201336 Health Psychology/ Behavioral Medicine36.1 diagnosis36.2 etiology36.3 health promotion/ prevention36.4 health service systems36.5 treatment37 History38 Human Factors39 Hypnosis40 Industrial/Organizational and Consulting Psychology40.1 leadership40.2 management/ administration40.3 training/development40.4 groups/teams40.5 recruitment/selection40.6 job performance/ work behaviors40.7 organizational performance/change/ development40.8 employee attitudes/ motivation40.9 job analysis/ performance management40.10 occupational health psychology40.11 consulting practices/ ethical issues40.12 statistical techniques/ research methodology40.13 coaching40.14 individual assessment41 Injury Prevention41.1 intentional injuries41.2 unintentional injuries42 International43 Law43.1 clinical/forensic44 Learning44.1 animal44.2 human45 Measurement/Statistics46 Media/Public Information47 Men’s Studies48 Mental Retardation49 Mentoring50 Methods and Measurement50.1 community-based methods50.2 mathematical and computer modeling50.3 psychometrics50.4 qualitative methods50.5 research design50.6 statistics51 Military52 Motivation53 Neuropsychology54 Occupational Health55 Peace56 Personality56.1 humanistic56.2 personality assessment56.3 psychoanalytic56.4 social-cognitive57 Psychopharmacology58 Philosophical/Theoretical59 Political60 Population61 Prevention62 Program Evaluation63 Psycholinguistics64 Psychology Policy Issues64.1 ethics64.2 professional issues64.3 public policy64.4 scientific issues64.5 training and education65 Psychophysiology66 Rehabilitation67 Religion68 Rural69 School70 Sensation/Perception71 Sexual Behavior/Functioning72 Sexual Orientation/ Gender Identity72.1 bisexual72.2 gay72.3 lesbian72.4 transgender73 Social73.1 attitude/attitude change73.2 attribution73.3 conflict resolution73.4 decision making73.5 group processes73.6 relationships73.7 self/identity73.8 sex roles73.9 social cognition73.10 social neuroscience74 Sports75 Stress76 Substance Abuse76.1 alcohol76.2 drug76.3 tobacco77 Suicide78 Teaching of Psychology79 Testing/Assessment80 Trauma81 Veterans82 Violence/Aggression82.1 assault82.2 homicide83 Women’s Studies84 Work/Employment/Careers84.1 academic84.2 business/government84.3 practice84.4 research
  11. 11. 11APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 20137—Developmental PsychologyAngela Evans, PhD, and Jennifer Piazza, PhD, Dept.of Psychology, Brock University, 500 Glenridge Ave.,St. Catharines, ON, Canada L2S 3A1; (905) 688-5550,ext. 5367 (Evans); (657) 278-7137 (Piazza); aevans@brocku.ca (Evans); jpiazza@fullerton.edu (Piazza).Proposals for symposia and posters in any area of devel-opmental psychology are invited (no individual papers).Student poster competition. Anonymous review.8—Society for Personality and Social PsychologyTera D. Letzing, PhD, and Ashby Plant, PhD, Dept. ofPsychology, Idaho State University, 921 S. 8th Ave.,Stop 8112, Pocatello, ID 83209; (208) 282-2278(Letzing); (850) 644-5533 (Plant); letztera@isu.edu(Letzring); plant@psy.fsu.edu (Plant).Proposals for symposia and posters in any area ofsocial and personality psychology are invited (no indi-vidual papers). Anonymous review.9—Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)Bettina J. Casad, PhD, and Luis M. Rivera, PhD, Dept.of Psychology and Sociology, California State Poly-technic University–Pomona, 3801 W. Temple Ave.,Pomona, CA 91768; (909) 869-3470 (Casad); (973)353-5995 (Rivera); bjcasad@csupomona.edu (Casad);luis@psychology.rutgers.edu (Rivera).10—Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the ArtsSteven R. Pritzker, PhD, 1477 5th Ave., San Francisco,CA 94122-3806; (415) 681-6999; spritzker@saybrook.edu.12—Society of Clinical PsychologyKatie Witkiewitz, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, MSC032220, One University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,NM 87131; (505) 277-4121; witkiewitz@gmail.com.13—Society of Consulting PsychologyAnn C. Wheeler, PhD, Leadership Development World-wide, LLP, 333 N. Canal St., #2103, Chicago, IL 60606;(630) 621-1028; ann.wheeler@ldw-w.com.14 —Society for Industrial and Organizational PsychologyShonna D. Waters, PhD, and Autumn Krauss, PhD,2022 N. Taylor St., Arlington, VA 22207; (301)688-9893 (Waters); (303) 888-7318 (Krauss);shonna.d.waters@gmail.com (Waters);autumn.krauss@sentis.net (Krauss).VIII. 2013 DiviSiON PROgRAM CHAiRpERSONS/SpEciAL DiviSiON REQUiREMENtSSend proposals to the division program chairpersonof one (most applicable) division. all proposalsmust be submitted via the apa website athttp://apacustomout.apa.org/ConvCall.1—Society for General PsychologyLisa M. Osbeck, PhD, Dept. of Psychology,University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118;(678) 839-0606; losbeck@westga.edu.Empirical and conceptual proposals are invited thataddress the program theme, “General Psychology inthe 21st Century: Unification, Integration, Pluralism,or … ?” Anonymous review.2—Society for the Teaching of PsychologyKristin M. Vespia, PhD, and Jamie G. McMinn, PhD,Human Development and Psychology, University ofWisconsin–Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Dr., MAC C310,Green Bay, WI 54311; (920) 465-2746 (Vespia);vespiak@uwgb.edu (Vespia); mcminnjg@westminster.edu (McMinn).Posters and 1-hr symposia (no individual papers orother formats) on teaching and learning are welcome.Completed empirical research is particularly encour-aged. Anonymous review.3—Experimental PsychologyPaul S. Merritt, PhD, and Gabriel I. Cook, PhD, Dept.of Psychology, Clemson University, 418 Brackett Hall,Clemson, SC 29634; (864) 784-1795 (Merritt); (626)247-4223 (Cook); div3.apa.2013@gmail.com (Merritt& Cook).We invite proposals for papers and posters of inter-est to APA’s uniquely diverse audience. Competitivefunding available for junior scholars. Details to beannounced. Anonymous review.5—Evaluation, Measurement, and StatisticsKrista D. Mattern, PhD, 661 Penn St., #B, Newtown,PA 18940-1801; (215) 867-4616; kmattern@collegeboard.org.6 —Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative PsychologyMatthew Lattal, PhD, Dept. of Behavioral Neurosci-ence, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland,OR 97239; (503) 418-2215; lattalm@ohsu.edu.
  12. 12. 12 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013Proposals for 50-minute symposia, posters, andpapers in any area of I/O psychology are invited. Theprogram committee may accept papers as posters.Anonymous review.15—Educational PsychologyMatthew J. Irvin, PhD, and Jeffrey A. Greene, PhD,College of Education, University of South Carolina,Columbia, SC 29208; (919) 265-3284 (Irvin); (919)843-5550 (Greene); irvingmj@mailbox.sc.edu (Irvin);jagreene@email.unc.edu (Greene).Symposia, paper, and poster proposals connectingeducational psychology to public policy are invited;contact program chairs. Anonymous review.16 —School PsychologyScott Methe, PhD, and Shannon Suldo, PhD, Dept. ofPsychology, East Carolina University, Rawl Bldg., Ste.104, Mail Stop 565, Greenville, NC 27858; (252) 328-6478 (Methe); (813) 974-2223 (Suldo); methes@ecu.edu (Methe); suldo@usf.edu (Suldo).Proposals in all areas of school psychology are encour-aged. Only proposals for symposium and poster ses-sions will be reviewed. Anonymous review.17—Society of Counseling PsychologyDorothy L. Espelage, PhD, 580 Chicago Ave., HighlandPark, IL 60035; (217) 766-6413; espelage@illinois.edu.We welcome 1-hour proposals—symposia, posters,and roundtables—addressing our theme, “AddressingTomorrow’s Needs Today: Promotion, Prevention, andBeyond in Counseling Psychology.” Anonymous review.18—Psychologists in Public ServiceHoward R. Steinberg, PhD, and Erica L. Fitzgerald,PhD, VA Connecticut Healthcare System (116B),950 Campbell Ave., West Haven, CT 06516; (203)932-5711, ext. 7753 (Steinberg); (318) 765-4601(Fitzgerald); howard.steinberg@va.gov (Steinberg);efitzgerald@bop.gov (Fitzgerald).Posters and 1-hour symposia in public sector psychol-ogy are invited. Areas of interest: veterans, criminaljustice, public safety, serious mental illness, NativeAmericans, ethics, advocacy, diversity, telepsychol-ogy, and integrated care. Paper submissions are notaccepted. Anonymous review.19—Society for Military PsychologyAnn Landes, PhD, Malcom Randall VAMC-Psychology(116B), 1601 SW Archer Rd., Gainesville, FL 32608;(352) 376-1611, ext. 4745; ann.landes@va.gov.Please submit your symposia, papers, posters, and skill-building workshops in the area of military psychology.Innovative sessions in collaboration with other divisionsare greatly encouraged. Anonymous review.20—Adult Development and AgingJamila Bookwala, PhD, and Joann M. Montepare, PhD,Dept. of Psychology, Lafayette College, 312 OechseleHall, Easton, PA 18042; (610) 330-5285 (Bookwala);(617) 663-7006 (Montepare); bookwalj@lafayette.edu(Bookwala); jmontepare@lasell.edu (Montepare).21—Applied Experimental and Engineering PsychologyYi-Yuan Tang, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, Texas TechUniversity, MS 2051, Lubbock, TX 79409; (806) 742-3711; yiyuan.tang@ttu.edu.Workshops and poster sessions. Contact programchair. Anonymous review.22—Rehabilitation PsychologyTeresa Ashman, PhD, and Jan Tackett, PhD, Rusk Insti-tute, Ambulatory Care Center, New York University,LMC, 240 E. 38th St., New York, NY 10016; (212)263-6164 (Ashman); (206) 297-7616 (Tackett);Teresa.ashman@nyumc.org (Ashman);Meredith.tackett@va.gov (Tackett).We welcome proposals relevant to rehabilitation, espe-cially those touching on our 2013 theme, “Rehabilita-tion Interventions for Long-Term Health, Wellness andQuality of Life.” Anonymous review.23—Society for Consumer PsychologyRebecca Walker Naylor, PhD, Dept. of Marketing, OhioState University, 2100 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH 43210;(614) 247-6433; Naylor_53@fisher.osu.edu.Anonymous review.24 —Society for Theoretical and Philosophical PsychologyDavid M. Goodman, PhD, 108 Line St., #3, Somerville,MA 02143; (617) 453-8550; goodman.davidm@gmail.com.Symposia, paper, and poster proposals on the theme“Enriching Dialogue Within and Beyond the Society forTheoretical and Philosophical Psychology” are encour-aged. Student paper award. Anonymous review.25—Behavior AnalysisJonathan W. Pinkston, PhD, University of North Texas,1155 Union Circle, #310919, Denton, TX 76203-5017;(940) 369-8416; jonathan.pinkston@unt.edu.Symposia, oral presentations, and posters focusingon basic, applied, or conceptual topics in behavioranalysis are invited. Submissions emphasizing
  13. 13. 13APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013translation to societal problems and submissions bystudents are encouraged.26 —Society for the History of PsychologyJoshua W. Clegg, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, John JayCollege, 899 10th Ave., New York, NY 10019; (908)277-6897; jclegg@jjay.cuny.edu.Proposals for symposia, individual papers, and conver-sation hours related to the history of psychology or itshistoriography. Award for best student paper. Anony-mous review.27—Society for Community Research and Action: Division of Community PsychologySusan M. Wolfe, PhD, 1137 Wishing Well Court,Cedar Hill, TX 75104; (682) 472-1161; susan.wolfe@susanwolfeandassociates.net.Program proposals relevant to community psychol-ogy research, theory, and practice are invited. We willaccept symposia, posters, discussions, conversationhours, and workshop proposals. No individual paperswill be accepted. Anonymous review.28—Psychopharmacology and Substance AbuseKathryn A. Saulsgiver, PhD, University of Pennsylvania,730 Blockley Hall, 423 Guardina Dr., Philadelphia, PA19104; (215) 746-4923; kasau@mail.med.upenn.edu.Symposia, posters (predoctoral award), and papers(may be accepted as posters) are invited. Translationalproposals on therapeutic utility of behavioral econom-ics are encouraged. Anonymous review.29—PsychotherapyRodney K. Goodyear, School of Education, Universityof Redlands, P.O. Box 3080, Redlands, CA 92373-0999; (909) 748-8800; rod_goodyear@redlands.edu.Symposia and posters focusing on psychotherapypractice, research, theory, and training. Paper presen-tations are not accepted. For details: http://www.divisionofpsychotherapy.org. Anonymous review.30—Society of Psychological HypnosisJohn C. Mohl, MA, and Steffanie J. Scholze, PhD, 7Harvest Mews, Newtown, PA 18940; (267) 391-8919(Mohl); (608) 225-7551 (Scholze); mohlj@bucks.edu(Mohl); scholzes@uiu.edu (Scholze).Accepting paper and poster proposals in the areas ofhypnosis (theory and practice), phenomenology, dis-sociation, anomalous experiences, and other relatedtopics. Student submissions encouraged.31—State, Provincial, and Territorial Psychological Association AffairsJames Herzog, PhD, 4500 I-55 North, Ste. 208, Jackson,MS 39211-5931; (601) 981-5757; jdherzog1@aol.com.Symposia, workshops, and papers about innovativeSPTA programs that focus on early ECPs’ leadershipdevelopment and mentoring, ethics and professionalpractice, advocacy, legislative issues, diversity, tele-practice, and health care reform. No posters. Anony-mous review.32—Society for Humanistic PsychologyBrent D. Robbins, PhD, and Donna Rockwell, PsyD,Dept. of Psychology, Point Park College, 201 WoodSt., Pittsburgh, PA 15222; (412) 392-8183 (Robbins);(248) 877-9611 (Rockwell); brobbins@pointpark.edu(Robbins); drockwell@mispp.edu (Rockwell).33—Intellectual and Developmental DisabilitiesJan B. Blacher, PhD, and Shana Cohen, School of Edu-cation, University of California–Riverside, Riverside, CA92521-0001; (714) 787-3875 (Blacher); jan.blacher@ucr.edu (Blacher); shana.cohen@urc.edu (Cohen).34 —Society for Environmental, Population, and Conservation PsychologySally Augustin, PhD, Design with Science, 535 N. Ash-land Ave., La Grange Park, IL 60526-5604; (323) 244-9850; sallyaugustin@designwithscience.com.35—Society for the Psychology of WomenKatharine H. Oh, PhD, and Yuying Tsong, PhD, 16800Van Aken Blvd., #215, Shaker Heights, OH 44120;(216) 544-0827 (Oh); (310) 568-5768 (Tsong);kjhahn@oberlin.edu (Oh); Yuying.tsong@pepperdine.edu (Tsong).Symposia, posters, and roundtable discussions wel-come for theme of “Advancing the Future of FeministPsychological Practice: New Frontiers in Therapy,Research, and Teaching.” Particular interest in diversewomen’s experiences. Anonymous review.36 —Society for the Psychology of Religion and SpiritualityInnocent F. Okozi, PhD, 41 Western Ave., Augusta, ME04330; (207) 385-3469; okozisma@hotmail.com.No special requirements. Anonymous review.
  14. 14. 14 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 201337—Society for Child and Family Policy and PracticeMatthew A. Jarrett, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, Univer-sity of Alabama, Box 870348, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0348; (205) 348-0629; majarrett@ua.edu.We encourage symposia and posters on practice, pol-icy, and their relation to research with children, youth,and families. Research and evaluation with policyimplications (including diversity, child maltreatment,and child/adolescent mental health) are of particularinterest, as are innovative approaches to evaluation,programming, collaboration, and policy. Award forbest student posters (student is first author). Anony-mous review.38—Health PsychologyTheodore F. Robles, PhD, Dept. of Psychology, Univer-sity of California–Los Angeles, Box 951563, 1285 FranzHall, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1563; (310) 794-9362;apadiv38program@gmail.com.Health psychology symposia or posters are welcome.Awards given for best student and early career profes-sional submissions (indicate “student” or “ECP” underproposal title). Anonymous review.39—PsychoanalysisJill Bellison, PhD, 229 W. 71st St., #202, New York, NY10023; (212) 724-6266; bellinsonj@nyc.rr.com.40—Clinical NeuropsychologyMarc A. Norman, PhD, and Krista M. Lisdahl, PhD,Dept. of Psychiatry, University of California–SanDiego, 200 W. Arbor (8218), San Diego, CA 92103-8218; (619) 543-6428 (Norman); (414) 229-7159 (Lis-dahl); mnorman@ucsd.edu (Norman); krista.medina@gmail.com (Lisdahl).Abstracts should be related to neuropsychology,hypothesis driven, and include empirical findings. Crit-ical reviews also considered but should be data based.Anonymous review.41—American Psychology-Law SocietyCharles A. Goodsell, PhD, and Preeti Chauhan, PhD,Dept. of Psychology, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY14208; (716) 888-2527 (Goodsell); (212) 237-8790(Chauhan); goodselc@canisius.edu (Goodsell);pchauhan@jjay.cuny.edu (Chauhan).42—Psychologists in Independent PracticeRachel G. Smook, PsyD, 47 Prospect St., WestBoylston, MA 01583; (508) 925-0530; Rachel@birchtreepsychology.com.43—Society for Family PsychologyChanda C. Graves, PhD, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behav-ioral Sciences, Emory School of Medicine; Atlanta, GA30332; (404) 616-9830; ccgrave@emory.edu.44 —Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender IssuesAngela D. Ferguson, PhD, School of Education, How-ard University, 2441 4th St., NW, Washington, DC20059; (202) 994-1880; adferguson@howard.edu.45—Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority IssuesCasey L. McDougall, PhD, LP, Red Lake Hospital,24760 Hospital Dr., Red Lake, MN 56671; (218) 679-3912, ext. 2672; casey.mcdougall2@ihs.gov.46 —Media PsychologyJerri Lynn Hogg, PhD, and Fran C. Blumberg, PhD, 17Riggs Ave., West Hartford, CT 06107; (860) 614-9659(Hogg); (212) 636-6484 (Blumberg); hoggjl@aol.com(Hogg); Blumberg@fordham.edu (Blumberg).We are seeking symposia and posters that focus oncurrent research and practice related to the state ofthe art of media psychology and technologies. Anony-mous review.47—Exercise and Sport PsychologyCourtney Albinson, PhD, Counseling and Psychologi-cal Services, Northwestern University, 633 EmersonSt., Evanston, IL 60208; (847) 491-2151; c-albinson@northwestern.edu.Anonymous review.48—Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology DivisionRebekah Phillips DeZalia, PhD, and Katherine Lacasse,MA, 320 Hixon Pl., Wilmington, NC 28411; (252)515-2834 (DeZalia); (407) 267-6797 (Lacasse);rphillipsdezalia@gmail.com (DeZalia); klacasse@clarku.edu (Lacasse).Our theme is “Outreach With Peace PsychologistInsights—Different Methods, Different Constituen-cies.” Relevant proposals in all formats are encour-aged. Anonymous review.49—Society of Group Psychology and Group PsychotherapyCheri L. Marmarosh, PhD, and John C. Dagley, PhD,Professional Psychology Center, George Washing-ton University, 1922 F. St., NW, Washington, DC20037; (301) 718-0444 (Marmarosh); (334) 844-2978(Dagley); cmarmarosh@gmail.com (Marmarosh);daglejc@auburn.edu (Dagley).
  15. 15. 15APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013Program proposals related to “Group Psychology andGroup Psychotherapy Around the World: Researchand Practice” are invited. All themes and other group-related submissions are also welcome, including post-ers, symposia, workshops, and continuing educationsessions. There is a student poster competition withmonetary awards. Anonymous review.50—Society of Addiction PsychologyJennifer F. Buckman, PhD, Center of Alcohol Studies,Rutgers University, 607 Allison Rd., Piscataway, NJ08854; (732) 445-0793; jbuckman@rutgers.edu.Our theme is “Applying Clinical Neuroscience toAddiction Psychology.” We offer numerous merit-based travel awards for students and early career sub-mitters. Anonymous review.51—Society for the Psychological Study of Men and MasculinityJennifer M. Primack, PhD, Psychosocial Research Dept.,Butler Hospital, 345 Blackstone Blvd., Providence, RI02906; (857) 472-3044; jennifer_primack@brown.edu.Proposals addressing research, education, policy, and/or interventions for men and boys. Submissions target-ing at-risk and/or ethnically diverse men and boys areparticularly welcome. Anonymous review.52—International PsychologyRobyn E. Kuraski, MA, and Kimberly Kassay, PhD,6927 224th, Bayside, NY 11364-3027; (808) 295-7283(Kuraski); (516) 429-6442 (Kassay); rkuraski@gmail.com (Kuraski); kkassay29@gmail.com (Kassay).53—Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent PsychologyLorie A. Ritschel, PhD, and Elise Cappella, PhD, Dept.of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory Univer-sity School of Medicine, 1256 Briarcliff Rd., NE, Ste.321E, Atlanta, GA 30306; (404) 721-8291 (Ritschel);(212) 992-7685 (Cappella); lorie.ritschel@emory.edu(Ritschel); elise.cappella@nyu.edu (Cappella).Proposals in the area of clinical child/adolescentpsychology are invited. Proposals invited for reviewinclude symposia and individual posters. No individualpapers are invited. Anonymous review.54 —Society of Pediatric PsychologySusana R. Patton, PhD, University of Kansas MedicalCenter, 3901 Rainbow Blvd., Mail Stop 4004, KansasCity, KS 66160; (913) 588-6323; spatton2@kumc.edu.Proposals for posters, oral presentations, and sympo-sia are welcome. Award for best student posters anddiversity posters. Anonymous review.55—American Society for the Advancement of PharmacotherapyMassi H. Wyatt, PhD, Behavioral Medicine Dept., 301Andrews Ave., Ft. Rucker, AL 36362; (334) 244-7028;massiwyatt@gmail.com.56 —Trauma PsychologyDenise Sloan, PhD, National Center for PTSD, Behav-ioral Science Division, VA Boston Healthcare System(116B-2), 150 S. Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130;(857) 364-6333; denise.sloan@va.gov.American Psychological Association ofGraduate Students (APAGS)Jesse Matthews, MA, and Nabil El-Ghoroury, PhD,2405 Bridgewater Court, Chester Springs, PA 19425;(610) 527-3230 (Matthews); (216) 778-4917 (El-Ghoroury); jmatthews1977@yahoo.com (Matthews);nel-ghoroury@apa.org (El-Ghoroury).APAGS does not accept paper submissions. Please sub-mit a reference list along with your abstract (does notcount against the 300 word limit). Be sure to select“APAGS Member” rather than “Student Affiliate” ifyou meet the membership requirements in order to beeligible for the APAGS member first-author registrationfee waiver. There must be at least one APAGS memberpresenter on all submissions.For additional information, contact:APA Convention Office750 First Street, NEWashington, DC 20002-4242convention@apa.org
  16. 16. 16 APA CALL ƒor PROGRAMS * Honolulu, Hawai’i * July 31–August 4, 2013