Volume 10, Number 2

September, 2006

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Editors, The Experimental Psychology Bulletin

Kristi S. Multhaup

Davidson College

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Division Representatives

   2005-2006

President

Howard Egeth

Johns Hopkins University

(410) 516-5324

egeth@jhu.edu

President-Elect

Ed Wasserman

University of Iowa

(319) 335-2445

ed-wasserman@uiowa.edu

Past President

Thomas R. Zentall

University of Kentucky

(859) 257-4076

zentall@uky.edu

Secretary-Treasurer

Angelo Santi

Wilfrid Laurier University

(519) 884-0710

asanti@wlu.ca

Members-At-Large of the

Executive Committee

Gil Einstein (8/06-09)

Furman University

(864) 294-3214

gil.einstein@furman.edu

Karen Hollis (8/06-09)

Mount Holyoke College

(413) 538-2296

khollis@mtholyoke.edu

Mark A. McDaniel (8/05-08)

Washington University, St. Louis

(314) 935-8030

mmcdanie@wustl.edu

Valerie F. Reyna (8/05-08)

Cornell University

(607) 254-1247

vr53@cornell.edu

Nelson Cowan (8/04-07)

University of Missouri

(573) 882-7710

cowann@missouri.edu

Ralph R. Miller (8/04-07)

Binghamton Univ., SUNY

(607) 777-2291

rmiller@binghamton.edu

Representative to APA Council

Lewis P. Lipsitt (8/04-07)

Brown University

(401) 863-2332

Lewis_Lipsitt@Brown.edu

Emanuel E. Donchin (8/03-12/06)

University of South Florida

(813) 974-0466

donchin@shell.cas.usf.edu

Thomas R. Zentall (1/07-09)

University of Kentucky

(859) 257-4076

zentall@uky.edu

Graduate Student Representative

Rebecca Singer

University of Kentucky

(859) 257-9640

rasing2@uky.edu

Committee Chairs

Irving Biederman (Awards)

University of Southern California

(213) 740-6094

bieder@usc.edu

Linda Parker (Fellows)

University of Guelph

(519) 824-4120

parker1@uoguelph.ca

Ann Cleary (Program)

Colorado State University

(970) 491-7701

Anne.Cleary@colostate.edu

Historian

Charles L. Brewer

Furman University

(803) 294-3216

charles.brewer@furman.edu

 

 

2006 APA Program Retrospective

Marvin Lamb, Division 3 2006 Program Chair

 

The Division 3 program at this year’s APA convention in New Orleans was every bit as good as expected. This year’s theme was “Mind, Brain, and Behavior”. Division 3 joined with Division 6 to host three wonderful symposia. In addition, there were nine invited addresses, a poster session, and the Presidential Address. With the notable exception of the 8:00 AM talks (too much New Orleans partying I suspect), the talks were very well attended and very well received. Many thanks too all the speakers for providing such stimulating and informative talks. Thanks also to Sally Boysen and John Gabrieli who graciously accepting our invitation to speak but unfortunately were unable to attend due to circumstances beyond their control. Finally, congratulations to Robert Hughes who received the New Investigator Award at the Division 3 Social hour.

 

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:

 

            Thomas Zentall, University of Kentucky

            Imitation in Animals: How do they do it?

 

INVITED SYMPOSIA:

 

Emotion and Memory

 

            Chair: Marcia Johnson, Yale University

 

            Liz Phelps, New York University

            Emotion and the Subjective Sense of Remembering

 

            Mara Mather, University of California – Santa Cruz

            Emotional Arousal and Memory Binding

 

            Florin Dolcos, Duke University

            The Impact of Emotion on Memory: Functional Neuroimaging

            Evidence

 

Cognition from a Comparative Perspective

 

            Edward A. Wasserman, University of Iowa

            Seeing the Unseen: Visual Completion in Pigeons?

 

            Karen L. Hollis, Mount Holyoke College

            Toward a Behavioral Ecology of Animal Learning and Cognition

 

            Elizabeth M. Brannon, Duke University

Analog Codes for Number in the Minds of Monkeys and Humans: What's Semantics got to do with it?

 

Of Food and Fat---Control of Food Intake in Mice (and Rats) and Men (and Women)

 

            Deborah Clegg, University of Cincinnati

            Estrogen: The 'Other' Adiposity Signal

 

            Susan E. Swithers, Purdue University

            Early Experiences and Control of Food Intake in Rats

 

            Julie Mennella, Monell Chemical Senses Center

            Learning about Foods and Flavors During Infancy: Insights from

            Basic Research

 

            Rick Mattes, Purdue University

            Sensation and Metabolism in Humans

 

INVITED ADDRESSES:

 

            Marie Banich, University of Colorado

            Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Control: Insights from fMRI

 

            Jonathon Crystal, University of Georgia

            Cognitive Time Travel in Rats

 

            Brian Knutson, Stanford University

            Neural Representation of Expected Value

 

            Mathew Lieberman, University of California - Los Angeles

            When Language Disrupts Affect: A Social Cognitive

            Neuroscience Approach

 

            Joseph LeDoux, New York University

            By the Way, What is an Emotion?

 

            Bradley Love, University of Texas-Austin

            The Emergence of Multiple Learning Systems

 

            Maryellen MacDonald, University of Wisconsin-Madison

            Talk the Talk: What Language Production Research Says About

            Comprehension

 

            Linda Smith, Indiana University

Piaget was Right: Intelligence is Made through Sensory-Motor Interactions with a Physical World

 

            Michael Wenger, Pennsylvania State University

            Why Bias is Not (Necessarily) a Four-Letter Word