CASPHR-Related Conference Events

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The CASPHR group and its individual members have organized symposia, workshops, and talks for various conferences. Typically, these events include a mix of CASPHR members and other investigators conducting research on relevant topics.

Members of CASPHR also actively participate in national and international conferences. The overarching purpose of conference participation is to advance the interface between social/personality and health research. For conferences within the field of social/personality psychology, involvement often showcases how health domains provide an exciting and important area to which both classic and contemporary social/personality theory and research can be applied and developed. For conferences within health-oriented fields, involvement often highlights the social and personality research contribution to understanding domains of health behavior.

 

Misinformation and Misperceptions Regarding Tobacco Products.
Symposium at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA; April 2020

Understanding and Leveraging the Influence of Close Others on Health Beliefs and Behaviors: Insights from a Dyadic Perspective.
Symposium at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA; April 2018

From Behavior to Biology: Exploring Linkages Between Health and Risk Behavior and Biomarkers of Disease Processes.
Symposium at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA; April 2018

Incorporating Basic Research on Cognition And Affect into Clinical Genomics.
Panel discussion at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA; April 2018

Workshop for Junior Behavioral Scientists on Linkages Between Behavioral Science and Cancer Research.
Presented at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; Washington, DC; March–April 2016

An Interactive Discussion with Diverse, Successful, Basic and Applied Research Collaborators.
Panel discussion at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; Philadelphia, PA; April 2014

Social Policy Panel on Cigarette Graphic Warning Labels.
Panel discussion at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA; March 2013

The Role of Stereotypes and Prejudice in Health.
Symposium at: Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; May 2012

Benefits and Limitations of Shared Decision Making.
Symposium at: Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; May 2012

Tools and Measures from Social Psychology for Health Research.
Midday meeting at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA; April 2012

Integrating Social/Personality Psychology into Health Research.
Midday meeting at: Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting; Washington, DC; April 2011

Viewing Longstanding Issues Through Novel Lenses: Engaging Cognitive Skills in Risky Behavior and Health.
Symposium at: Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention; Boston, MA; May 2010

How Psychological Science Can Make a Difference: The Case Of FDA Tobacco Product Regulation, Health Warnings, and Beyond.
Symposium at: Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention; Boston, MA; May 2010

Inaugural Meeting of Social/Personality and Health Working Group.
Meeting at: Society of Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting; Las Vegas, NV; January 2010

Last Updated
September 24, 2020