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Interviews with
Media Literacy and Internet Safety Experts

Dr. Renee Hobbs
Stephen Balkam
Dr. Sonia Livingstone

APA 50 State Review and Approved Guidelines for Telepsychology


Current Issue:
Amplifier
Fall/Winter 2013

link to articles on media psychology
link to articles on media psychology


APA Annual Convention,
Washington DC

Media Psychology and Technology: Getting the word out!

The 122nd Annual Convention of APA will be held in Washington, DC, August 7-10, 2014.


Division 46, Society for media psychology and technology is looking forward to a dynamic and informative convention in Washington, DC for 2014. Our division has a long-standing interest in topics within the field of media psychology and technology. For the 2014 convention we are concentrating on media and technology, early career media psychologist, and educational programming in media psychology and technology. We hope to incorporate newer technologies and how they can be used in psychological research and mental health care as well. Research, case studies, and application are of particular interest and focus.

Proposals can include symposia or posters (our division does not accept individual paper proposals). Submissions can be made online at http://www.apa.org/convention/proposals.aspx. Full details about the procedures for submitting proposals can be found at http://www.apa.org/convention/convention-call.pdf. All submissions will be blind-reviewed.

We are also seeking members for a panel to evaluate convention proposal submissions. All submissions go through blind review. Please contact us if you wish to be included on the blind reviewers' panel.


Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or ideas



Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg & Dr. Linda Gomberg
Division 46 Co-chairs, 2014 APA Convention Programing


Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg (HoggJL@aol.com)
Dr. Linda Gomberg (lgomberg@thechicagoschool.edu)

 

 

 

 

 

 
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