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Dear Colleague,

The Rocky Mountain Psychological Association meeting is coming up soon.

This is one of our best-run psychology meetings. Attendees are enthusiastic book-buyers.

Library of Social Science's book exhibit will be at the center of the action.

Please send an email to me at oanderson@libraryofsocialscience.com for details on how you can participate.

Best regards,

Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association
April 4-6, 2019, Denver, CO
Founded in 1930 for the purpose of advancing psychology as a science, profession, and means of promoting human welfare—this dynamic conference attracts over 1000 attendees.

Library of Social Science will be at the center of the action, representing most of the major publishers in psychology.
RMPA, 2018: Denver, Colorado

Among the topics of Sessions and Presentations on the 2019 program:

  • Applied Psychology (Industrial, Organizational, Psychology and Law)
  • Biopsychology/Neuropsychology/
  • Clinical/Counseling/Community Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology/ International Perspectives
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Diversity
  • Educational Psychology/Teaching of Psychology
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • History/Philosophy/Religious Issues
  • Measurement/Evaluation/Statistics/Design
  • Military Psychology
  • Personality Psychology
  • Psychology of Women/Gender Roles
  • Social Psychology
  • Sport Psychology

2019 Convention Speakers

halpern Dr. Diane F. Halpern, Claremont McKenna College, Emerita. Past President of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Teaching of Psychology

Presentation: "Teaching is a Political Act: Who Decides What We Need to Know?"
faye Dr. Cathy Faye, Assistant Director, Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, The University of Akron

Presentation: "Back to the Future: Exploring Psychology's Past, Reimagining Psychology's Future"
gurung Dr. Regan Gurung, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Presentation: "Wearing Out Your Welcome: Clothing, Prejudice, and Sexism"
rutherford Dr. Alexandra Rutherford, Professor of psychology at York University in Toronto

Presentation: "Who has made history in psychology? Strategies for inclusive pedagogy"
beck Dr. Connie J. Beck, University of Arizona

Presentation: "Intimate Partner Violence: Findings from Family Law Mediation Research"
miles-cohen Dr. Shari E. Miles-Cohen, Senior Director, Women's Programs Office, American Psychological Association, will speak on her the interface between research and policy related to women's issues. She has convened international conferences focused on women's health, higher education, and the intersection of psychological science and social justice.