The InterPsych Newsletter 2(2)



IPN 2(2) Section E: Calendar


                    SECTION E: CALENDAR

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November 27-December 9, SOFSEM'94: XXI-st International Winter
School on theoretical and practical aspects of computer science.
Milovy, Czech Republic. Organized by Czech and Slovak Societies
for Computer Science and Czech ACM Chapter SOFSEM (SOFtware
SEMinar).  Contact: (


December 3-4, Forensic Evaluations and Forensic Applications of
the MMPI and MMPI-2.  The program is offered at 2 different sites
on 2 different dates: December 3-4, 1994 in Costa Mesa, CA and
February 4-5, 1995 in Orlando, FL.  Both programs also offer
presentations of specific applications.  Presenters include
Stuart A. Greenberg and Kevin L. Moreland.  1.3 continuing
education units or 13.5 APA approved continuing education credit
for psychologists.  The registration fee is $295.  Contact: Jean
Martin (; phone (612) 625-1534; fax
(612) 626-1632.

December 9 - 11, 1994, Memory and Reality: Reconciliation.
Scientific, Clinical and Legal Issues of False Memory Syndrome.
Stouffer Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland.  Presented by
FMS Foundation and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.  16 credit
hours in Category I of the Physician's Recognition Award of the
American Medical Association.  15.75  prescribed hours by the
American Academy of Family Physicians.  For further information,
contact: Office of Continuing Medical Education, Johns Hopkins
Medical Institutions, Turner 20, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore,
Maryland 21205-2195, (410)955-2959  FAX (410)955-0807.


January 18-22, Authority, Leadership and Organizational Life, A
Residential Conference sponsored by The Center for the Study of
Groups and Social Systems, Boston Center of the A.K. Rice
Institute, Mont Marie Conference Center, Holyoke, Massachusetts,
USA. For brochure and application contact: Dannielle Kennedy,
Ph.D. Associate Director for Administration, 54 Clairemont Road,
Belmont, MA 02178, 617-489-4734

January 20-21,  First Annual Interdisciplinary Roundtable on
Urban Issues, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.  Sponsored by University of
Pittsburgh's Graduate and Professional Student Association.
Registration information is available upon request.  You may
contact the GPSA office (412) 648-7844.


April 3-7, The Tenth Biennial Conference on Artificial
Intelligence and Cognitive Science organized by the Society for
the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of
Behavior.  Halifax Hall of Residence & Computer Science
Department, University of Sheffield,  Sheffield, ENGLAND.
Contact: Conference programme chair, John Hallam, Department of
Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh, 5 Forrest Hill,
Edinburgh EH1 2QL, SCOTLAND.  Phone: + 44 31, 650 3097, FAX: + 44
31 650 6899. E-mail: (

April 28-30, 1995, Symposium on Software Reusability (SSR'95),
Seattle, WA, USA, Sponsored by ACM SIGSOFT. The objective of this
symposium is to provide a forum for  academics and  practitioners
in the areas related to software reusability to exchange research
results, development activities, and application experience
reports. Unpublished and original state-of-the-art and
state-of-the-practice papers relevant to the symposium themes, as
well as panel and tutorial proposals,   are solicited. Contact:
Mansour Zand (


May 23-25, International Conference on Research and Practice in
Attention Deficit Disorders, Jerusalem, Israel. Division of
Special Education of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and
B'Yahad, the Israeli national parent's education and support
organization for families of children with Attention Deficit
Disorders.  Scholarly papers are currently being solicited.  Tom
Gumpel, Ph.D., Chair, Scientific Committee, The Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, (


June 21-24, Twelfth Annual International Conference in
Literature-and-Psychology, University of Freiburg, Freiburg im
Breisgau (Germany). Please send your title and a 150-word
abstract to Professor Andrew Gordon at IPSA
(  For more information, contact
Norman N. Holland (


July 5-8, Tenth International Conference on Mathematical and
Computer Modelling and Scientific Computing.  Boston
Massachusetts, U.S.A.   Authors are invited to contribute their
work for presentation at the conference in the form of one-page
abstracts typed single-space before 15 January 1995.  Decisions
on selection will be promptly communicated to the authors by FAX
not later than 31 February 1995.  Abstracts may be submitted by
FAX by dialing to U.S.A.: (314)-364-3351.

July 10-13, "20th International Conference on Improving
University Teaching".  Hong Kong. For instructions on
submitting a paper or proposal and further information about
the conference, e-mail  (

July 12-21, The Ninth Summer Workshop for the Development of
Intercultural Coursework at Colleges and Universities.
East-West Center.  Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. A workshop for
college and university faculty who wish to develop courses in
intercultural and international topics.  Coordinator: Richard
W. Brislin, Program on Education and Training, East-West
Center, 1777 East-West Road, Honolulu, HI 96848. Fax (808)
944-7070. brislinr@ewc

July 17-19, Understanding the Social World: Towards an
Integrative Approach.  Huddersfield, UK.  University of
Huddersfield.  Contact: David Nightingale,
( or (

July 31-August 4, The Fourth Annual Workshop for the
Development of Expertise in Cultural Diversity. East-West
Center. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.  A program for cross-cultural
trainers who will work with newly developed training modules
in the areas of international business, health care,
counseling, mediation, leadership, and workplace diversity.
Coordinator:  Richard W. Brislin. Program on Education and
Training, East-West Center, 1777 East-West Rd., Honolulu, HI.
96848. fax (808) 944-7070. brislinr@ewc


Nov 1-5, Internal Evaluation Conference: Developing a world
perspective.  The first evaluation conference. Vancouver,
Canada. Jointly sponsored by American Evaluation Assoc and
the Canadian Evaluation Soc.  Contact: John McLaughlin,
President, American Evaluation Assoc., Research and
Evaluation Branch, PO Box 6Q, Richmond Virginia 23216, (804)
371-8593 (fax)