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Time is Running Out...Make Your Plans to Attend the APA Convention Now!

The Science Student Council has put together some stellar programming, beginning with a graduate research speed lightening round especially for today’s shorter attention spans, a session on peer review and the graduate student, and a session on the how’s and why’s of interdisciplinary research.

By Nicolle Singer

To help you take advantage of science programming at Convention, the Science Directorate has published a *Scientist’s Guide to the APA Convention* that is now available on the web. The guide highlights a wide variety of science-related sessions ranging from discussions on the controversial current topic of ethics and interrogations, to “The Search for Animal Consciousness” with Clive D.L. Wynne, to Phillip Zimbardo’s invited address on “The Lucifer Effect in Action.” Visit the APA Convention Web site to view the sessions that you won't want to miss.  Paper copies of the guide will also be available during Convention at the Science Directorate’s booth in the Moscone Convention Center. Stop by to see us!

The Science Student Council has put together some stellar programming, beginning with a graduate research speed lightening round especially for today’s shorter attention spans, a session on peer review and the graduate student, and a session on the how’s and why’s of interdisciplinary research.

Sat Aug 18, 11:00AM - 11:50AM “Psychological Science Graduate Superstars Datablitz”
Moscone Center--Room 2007, Second Floor-West Building

Sun Aug 19, 3:00PM - 3:50PM “Feeling Rejected? Graduate Students and the Journal Article Review Process”
Moscone Center--Room 250, West Mezzanine-South Building

Sun Aug 19, 4:00PM - 4:50PM “Conducting Interdisciplinary Research---A Guide for Graduate Students”
Moscone Center--Rooms 252/254/256, West Mezzanine-South Building

In addition, seats are still available for the APA Science Directorate’s “Pre-Convention Training Institute on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Psychological Research.” To learn about the uses and potential uses of GIS in psychology you won’t want to miss this program, taking place Thurs Aug 16, 9:30AM - 4:30PM.  Registration fees are only $50, and space is limited, so apply online today at APA's ATI website.

The full convention program is also now available online and can be accessed, browsed, and searched through the convention website. You can find information on the website about San Francisco area activities, onsite registration, travel, and lodging (hotel reservations remain available at the APA group rates through July 31). Visit the APA Convention Web site for the full scoop.