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Upcoming conferences and calls for papers and proposals

Psych-E welcomes notices about upcoming conferences, calls for papers and/or proposals, and job opportunities relevant to the field. All notices are subject to approval by the Editor. To have your notice included in the next issue of the Women’s Psych-E newsletter, please send a detailed email to the Editor, Ms. Kari Hill.

Please direct all inquiries regarding scholarship and grant opportunities to APA’s Scholarship, Grants and Awards database. The Women’s Programs Office no longer has oversight over these lists.

Upcoming conferences

1.  12th Annual Diversity Challenge Conference
What to Do About Race and Culture and Violence
Oct. 19-20, 2012
Boston, Mass.

The Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture at Boston College invites you to join us for the Institute's twelfth annual national conference in the suburbs of Boston, a city known for its struggles and efforts to address issues of racial and ethnic cultural diversity in U.S. society. The Institute was founded in 2000 at Boston College, under the direction of Dr. Janet E. Helms, to promote the assets and address the societal conflicts associated with race and culture in theory and research, mental health practice, education, business, and society at large. The Institute solicits, designs and distributes effective interventions with a proactive, practical focus. Each year the Institute addresses a racial or cultural issue that could benefit from a pragmatic, scholarly or grassroots focus through its Diversity Challenge conference.

2.  4th International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection
Jan. 10-13, 2013
The Taj Hotel, Chandigarh, India

Registration ends Sept. 15, 2012.

3.  Society for Menstrual Cycle Research “Making Menstruation Matter”
June 6-8, 2013
Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, N.Y.

This multidisciplinary conference includes members such as physicians, nurses, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, women’s studies scholars, communications studies scholars, artists, literary and cultural critics, health educators and menstrual activists. Please save the date.

Calls for papers and proposals

1.  4th International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection
Deadline: Oct. 15, 2012

Relevant topics include: 

  • Acceptance-rejection in intimate adult relationships 

  • Acceptance-rejection in the context of immigration & acculturation 

  • Acceptance-rejection in the context of adult offspring’s caregiving of aging parents 

  • Acceptance-rejection of children with special needs 

  • Affectionate communication 

  • Bullying 

  • Clinical and developmental implications of interpersonal acceptance-rejection 

  • Cultural & social contexts of acceptance-rejection 

  • Educational implications of teacher, peer and parental acceptance-rejection 

  • Father love 

  • Ostracism & social exclusion 

  • Parental acceptance-rejection 

  • Peer & sibling acceptance-rejection 

  • Methodological issues in the study of interpersonal acceptance-rejection 

  • Neurobiological concomitants of perceived rejection 

  • Resilience & coping with perceived rejection 

  • Psychological and emotional maltreatment 

  • Psychotherapy and psycho-educational interventions 

  • Rejection sensitivity 

  • Relation between acceptance-rejection & attachment 

  • Victimization and bullying in school age children

2.  Society for Menstrual Cycle Research “Making Menstruation Matter”
June 6-8, 2013
Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, N.Y.

Submission guidelines will be available Sept. 1, 2012.