________________________________________________________________ VOLUME 2, ISSUE 5 THE INTERPSYCH NEWSLETTER JUNE, 1995 ________________________________________________________________ SECTION F: CALENDAR ------------------------------------------------------------- | For free listing of your conference or event, please send us| | the following information: dates of event, title, sponsor, | | location, continuing education credits (if applicable), and | | the name, e-mail address, physical address, and phone number| | of a contact person. All notices should be sent by the | | first Friday of the month to (firstname.lastname@example.org). | ------------------------------------------------------------- * Denotes new listings since the last issue. J U N E June 3, Vulnerabilities Of Psychologists As Expert Witnesses, Professional Continuing Education Program In Psychology, Arizona Psychological Association and the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine, Phoenix, AZ, USA. Contact: Dr. Bonnie Gray (GRAY@MC.MARICOPA.EDU) Phone: (602) 461-7181. June 6-15, 1995 Workshop for Nurse Researchers--Biofeedback Bioinstrumentation: Uses in research, Seattle, WA, USA. Sponsored by University of Washington School of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education and Physiodata. Contact: CNE, 206-543-1047. *June 8-10, ZONTA International Summit on Violence Against Women Washington, DC, USA. Sponsored by ZONTA International and the ZONTA International Foundation. CONTACT: Pat Fluharty, Chairman (607) 648-8928. June 8-10, Workshop on Neural Modeling of Cognitive Brain Disorders, Maryland, USA. The detailed workshop program, registration and submission information are now available via anonymous ftp. To ftp the current information: ftp ftp.cs.umd.edu; Name: anonymous; Password: your e-mail address; cd pub/users/ruppin; get workshop_info.Z; quit; unix) uncompress workshop_info.Z. *June 9-10, 1995 Conference: AIDS and Drug Abuse, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. Sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. CONTACT: Harry W. Haverkos, M.D., Director, Office on AIDS, NIDA. (Phone: 301-443-6046) or Robert J. Battjes, D.S.W., Acting Director, Division of Clinical and Services Research, NIDA. (Phone: 301-443-6697). 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 (email@example.com). Contact: Norman N. Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org). June 27-29, Summer Institute: Reconnecting At-Risk Youth, Bellevue, WA, USA. Sponsored by University of School of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education. Contact: CNE, 206-543-1047. J U L Y 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 9-14, XXV Interamerican Congress of Psychology, The Interamerican Society of Psychology, San Juan, Puerto Rico. CONTACT: XXV Interamerican Congress of Psychology PO Box 21836, UPR Station, SAN JUAN PR 00931-1836. Tel. 809-765-5374, Fax 809-764-3705, E Mail: I_Serrano@upr1.upr.clu.edu. 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 (email@example.com). 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 24-28, The Connected Computer, Cape Cod, MA, USA. The symposium will review what is happening on the Internet, the online services and the BBSs that pertains to mental health. CONTACT: (http://www.netaxis.com/cape/). July 13-14, A National Conference--Forging the Future of Advanced Practice Psychosocial Nursing, Seattle, WA, USA. Sponsored by University of Washington School of Nursing Department of Psychosocial Nursing. Endorsed by Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses. Contact: CNE, 206-543-1047. July 13-16, Teaching Health: Therapy and Prevention for the 21st Century, Psychology of Mind Training Institute, Cambridge, MA, USA. NBCC credits. Contact: (firstname.lastname@example.org), POMTI, Postal Drawer 1100, LaConner, WA 98257, Call: Terri Cunningham (800)781-2066. *July 14-18, Adlerian Family Therapy: A Psychology for Democratic Living. The Tenth Annual Adlerian Master Seminar. San Francisco, CA, USA. For information, call: Henry T. Stein, Ph.D., Director; Alfred Adler Institute of San Francisco; (415) 567-4729. July 17-19, Understanding the Social World: Towards an Integrative Approach. Huddersfield, UK. University of Huddersfield. Contact: David Nightingale, (email@example.com) or (D.J.Nightingale@hud.ac.uk). *July 20-21, The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group 1995 ANNUAL CONFERENCE, School of Psychology, University of Wales College of Cardiff. CONTACT: David Westley, Philip Beaman or Mark Newman on email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. *July 26-28, Learning and the Human Brain, Kings College, University of Aberdeen, UK. For further information (including booking form) see: http://www.psyc.abdn.ac.uk/ or email Dr. Denis M Parker (email@example.com) July 28-29, Infant Psychotherapy: An Overview and a Unifying View, The Seattle Institute for Psychoanalysis, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA. CONTACT: Seattle Institute for Psychoanalysis, 4020 East Madison Street, Seattle, WA 98112, (206) 328-5315. 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). A U G U S T August 8-11, The Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Fifth Annual Conference. Adelphi University, Garden City, New York. CONTACT: Jeffrey Goldstein, Ph.D., Adelphi University, Garden City, NY 11530, phone: (516) 877-4637; fax: (516) 877-4607; (firstname.lastname@example.org). S E P T E M B E R *September 5-6, Blindness and Psychological Development 0-10 years, University of Warwick, UK. Topics: Language Development, Literacy, Social & Emotional Development, Autistic-like Behaviour. CONTACT: Secretary, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. Tel 01203 523189, Fax 01203 524225. September 8-11, British Psychological Society Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. CONTACT: Dr David Warden (CONFERENCE), Centre for Research into Interactive Learning, Department of Psychology University of Strathclyde, 40 George St., Glasgow G1 1QE, UK, Telephone: +44 141-552-4400 ext. 2576/4390, Fax: +44 141-552-6948, (CHHS47@ccsun.strath.ac.uk). September 10-13, Second International Conference on Survey and Statistical Computing, London, UK. The Association for Survey Computing. Interested contributors should send a brief (maximum 500 word) abstract, including title, relevent keywords and an indication of the the parallel session into which the paper would best fit, to: Diana Elder. ASC, PO Box 60, Chesham, Bucks HP5 3QH, tel/fax: 01494 793033; int: +44 1494 793033, (email@example.com). *September 27-29, Multilevel modelling in Public Health and Health Services Research, University of Glasgow. CONTACT: Alastair Leyland, Public Health Research Unit, University of Glasgow 1 Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow G12 8RZ, Tel: +(0) 141 339 3118, Fax: +(0) 141 337 2776, E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org. O C T O B E R *October 6-7, MMPI-2 and Rorschach: Similarities and Differences/Relation to DSM-IV. Symposium and workshop. Location: Nijmegen, The Netherlands. CONTACT: Drs. Theo J.P.M. Bogels, Executive Psychologist PEN, Postbus 6537, 6503 GA Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Fax: +31 80 441509. Email: email@example.com. *October 13-15, Musculoskeletal Pain Emanating From the Head and Neck: Current Concepts in Diagnosis, Management and Cost Containment, Banff, Alberta, Canada. CONTACT: Conference Secretariat, Physical Medicine Research Foundation, 207 West Hastings St., Suite 510, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1H7 Canada Tele: (604) 684-4148 Fax: (604) 684-6247 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org *October 18-21, The 3rd International Conference on Refractory Depression, Napa Valley, CA, USA. CONTACT: Mady Hornig-Rohan, M.D. (email@example.com). *October 25-27, 26th Annual Conference of the Northeastern Educational Research Association, Ellenville, New York, USA. CONTACT: Estelle Gellman, CRSR Department, Mason 212, 124 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11550-1090, (516) 463-5752; or Susan Rooney, Western Suffolk BOCES, Kellum Education Center, 887 Kellum Street, Lindenhurst, NY 11757, (516) 884-1000 ext. 298. N O V E M B E R November 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). *November 9, Using the Internet: Society for Computers in Psychology (SCiP), 25th Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA, USA. CONTACT: Robert W. Allan, Department of Psychology, Lafayette College, Easton, PA 18042, firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 610 250-5291, FAX: 610 250-5349.