MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS
2224: "Addictions 2000--Prevention of substance use problems: directions for the new millennium," Cape Cod, Mass. Contact: Web site: http://www.Elsevier.nl/locate/additions2000.
1618: "Screening and management for Phenylketonuria," Bethesda, Md. Contact: Information line, (301) 592-3320, e-mail: email@example.com; Web site: http://consensus.nih.gov.
1620: "Societies and health in transition," 15th international conference on the social sciences and medicine, Veldhoven, the Netherlands. Contact:http://www.elsevier.nl/homepage/sag/ssmconf/.
19: Sixth annual conference on "Behavior, clinical neuroscience, substance abuse and culture," Los Angeles. Contact: Neuropsychological Consultants, Inc., 8055 W. Manchester Ave., Suite 555, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293, (323) 563-5915; fax: (310) 637-3765 or (310) 821-2558.
68: The World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) presents "The Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorders," Atlanta, the first biennial international conference on prevention/promotion. Contact: WFMH, 1021 Prince St., Alexandria, VA 22314-2971, fax: (703) 519-7648, Web site: http://www.wfmh.org.
CALL FOR PAPERS
College and graduate students are invited to submit papers for the 12th Greater New York Conference on Psychological and Social Research Nov. 17 in Brooklyn. Students must be from N.Y., N.J., Conn., or Pa. Deadline: Oct. 22. Contact: Kathleen Barker, (718) 270-4854; e-mail: MEC-Great2000@att.net.
Law and Human Behavior invites submissions for a special issue on pretrial publicity in criminal and civil cases. Collaborative work between psychologists and attorneys is particularly encouraged. Deadline: Nov. 30. Contact: Solomon M. Fulero, PhD, JD, Dept. of Psychology, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH 45402; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback is inviting submissions for its annual meeting March 28April 1, and encourages online submissions for symposia, workshops, short courses, posters and oral presentations. Deadline: Oct. 1. Request document #2. Contact: AAPB, (800) 477-8892; fax: (303) 727-6426; Web site: http://www.aapb.org.
Submissions are sought for the Third international conference on memory, to be held July 1620, 2001, Valencia, Spain. Deadline: April 2.Contact: e-mail: Lesley.Barry@bristol.ac.uk; Web site: http://www.uv.es/icom-3/index.html.
The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback seeks submissions for its 32nd annual meeting, to be held March 28April 1 in Raleigh-Durham, N.C. Deadline: Oct. 1. Request document #2. Contact: (303) 727-6426; Web site: http://www.aapb.org.
The University of New Mexico is offering free training in Motivational Interviewing (MI) to licensed health professionals who treat substance abuse disorders. MI is a client-centered, brief intervention to elicit behavior change by helping people explore and resolve their ambivalence about their drug use. Contact: Web site: http://www.motivationalinterview.org.
The American Philosophical Society offers Franklin Research Grants not restricted to researchers in philosophy. are sabbatical fellowships. Deadline: Nov. 1. Contact: Web site: http://www.amphilsoc.org.
The National Institutes of Health invites research grant applications (R01) to expand basic research on the processes and mechanisms involved in the experience and expression of emotion, including a wide range of psychological, social, developmental and biological phenomena. Cancer-related research is also of interest. Contact:http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/ PA-00-105.html.
The National Human Genome Research Institute Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Human Genetics Research (ELSI) is soliciting grant proposals for research and education activities that anticipate, analyze and address the implications of the discovery of new genetic technologies and the availability and use of genetic information. Contact: (301) 402-4997; e-mail email@example.com; Web site: http://www.nhgri.nih.gov:80/98plan/elsi/.
The National Human Genome Research Institute Visiting Investigator Program offers investigators from outside the National Institutes of Health an opportunity to spend six to 12 months learning new technologies, developing research collaborations or pursuing sabbatical research projects. Contact: Galen Perry, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: http://www.nhgri.nih.gov/DIR/VIP/vip.html.
The National Institutes of Health has released a self-report on behavioral and social sciences research during 199899. Contact: Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, (301) 402-1146; Web site: http://www1.od.nih.gov/obssr/obssr.htm.