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August 7-10, 2003 - AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION

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August 7-10, 2003 - AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION

AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION - August

    7-10, 2003 DIVISION 24 PROGRAM

Please also check out the Division Spotlight of the Monitor on Psychology in

    May for further information about the Division 24 Program!

     Thursday, August 7, 2003

     8:00 - 8:50 a.m. Symposium: The Future of Theoretical Psychology: New Scholars’

    Contributions

    Chair: Jeffrey S. Reber, PhD, State University of West Georgia

    Participants:

    Lisa Osbeck, PhD, State University of West Georgia

    “Mainstream Psychology, Philosophy, and Points Between” Ozioma Okonkwo, BA

    “On Returning Psychology to its Philosophic Roots” Gilbert Garza, PhD, University of Dallas

    “Philosophy and Psychology: Epistemology and the Projects of Psychology”

    John Christopher, PhD, Montana State University

    “Towards an Metatheory for Cultural Psychology and Psychotherapy” Jeffrey S. Reber, PhD, State University of West Georgia

    “Rethinking Psychology in Light of Post-Holocaust Philosophy” Amy Fisher Smith, PhD, University of Dallas

    “Protecting Client Autonomy: Does Therapeutic Authority Necessarily Imply

    Authoritarianism?”

    Discussant: Brent D. Slife, PhD, Brigham Young University

9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Executive Board Meeting

Chair: Jack Martin, PhD

    1:00 - 1:50 p.m. Symposium: Culture and Context in the Psychology of Forgiveness Chair: Sharon Lamb, EdD, St. Michael’s College

    Participants:

    Sharon Lamb, EdD, St. Michael’s College

    “Women, Abuse and Forgiveness: A Special Case” Janice Haaken, PhD, Portland State University

    “Doing the Right Thing: Domestic Violence and Restorative Justice” Andrew Garrod, EdD. and Joshua Thomas, BA ,Dartmouth College

    “Forgiveness after Genocide?: Perspectives from Bosnian Youth” Discussant: Rachel Hare-Mustin, PhD, Amherst, MA

2:00 - 3:50 p.m. Symposium: Perspectives on the Contribution of Theoretical

    Psychology to Critical Thinking

    Chair: Jack Martin, Ph.D., Simon Fraser University

    Participants:

    Steven C. Yanchar, PhD and Brent D. Slife, PhD, Brigham Young University

    “The Contribution of Theoretical Psychology to Critical Thinking” Discussants:

    Wayne Viney, PhD, Colorado State University

    Keith E. Stanovich, PhD, University of Toronto

    Jack Martin, PhD, Simon Fraser University

    Alison King, PhD, University of California, Irvine

Randolph A. Smith, PhD, Ouachita Baptist University

    6:00-8:00 p.m. Workshop on Emmanuel Levinas Edwin Gantt, Brigham Young University

    Friday, August 8, 2003 8:00 - 9:50 a.m. Symposium: Alternate Ethics: Postmodernist and Psychoanalytic

    Conceptions of Truth, Knowledge, Being

    Chair: Kareen Malone, PhD, State University of West Georgia

    Particpants:

    David Caudill, JD, PhD, Washington and Lee University

    “Lacan and Postmodernism, Ethics and Truth” Kate Briggs, PhD, Rutgers University.

    “Faith, Anxiety, and the Ethics of Sexual Difference” Paul Richer, PhD, Duquesne University

    “The Ethics of Post-Structural Relativism in Psychology” Kareen R. Malone, PhD, State University of West Georgia

    “Beyond Narrative: Lacan’s Ethics of Subjectivity and Interpretation”

    Discussant: Frank C. Richardson, PhD, University of Texas, Austin

    2:00 - 3:50: Invited Symposium: Journal Editors’ Perspectives on the Future of Theoretical Psychology

    Chair: Suzanne Kirschner, PhD, College of the Holy Cross

    Participants:

Henderikus J. Stam, PhD, University of Calgary.

     Theory and Psychology

     Betty Bayer, PhD, Hobart and William Smith College

     International Journal of Critical Psychology Robert Woolfolk, PhD, Princeton University

     Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology

4:00 - 4:50: Invited Address

    Chair: Jack Martin, PhD, Simon Fraser University

    Participant: Mark Kingwell, PhD, University of Toronto

    “Sure, But Are You Really Happy?”

    Saturday, August 9, 2003

     8:00 - 9:50: Symposium: Unintended Consequences of Positive Psychology: The Rest

    of the Story

    Chair: Steven Reiss, PhD, Ohio State University

    Participants:

    Sandra L. Schneider, PhD, University of South Florida

     “Realistic Optimism Meets Motivated Self-Deception: Focus on Knowledge and Meaning”

    Robert L. Woolfolk, PhD, Princeton University

     “In Praise of Negativity”

    Steven Reiss, PhD, Ohio State University

     “Ultimate Goals of Human Behavior: Beyond Intrinsic Motivation”

Discussant: Barbara Held, PhD, Bowdoin College

     10:00 - 10:50 a.m. Symposium: Practices and Politics in a Transformed Psychology Chair: Michael A. Westerman, PhD, New York University.

    Participants:

     Michael A. Westerman, PhD, New York University

     “Theory and Research on Practices, Theory and Research as Practices” Frank C. Richardson, PhD, University of Texas, Austin

     “Hermeneutics, Violence, and a Transformed Psychology” Brent Slife, PhD, Brigham Young University

     “Taking Practice Seriously: Toward a Relational Ontology”

    12:00 - 12:50 p.m. Invited Address: Distinguished Contribution Award Chair: Adelbert Jenkins, PhD, New York University

    Participant: Rachel T. Hare-Mustin, PhD, Amherst, MA

     “Can We Demystify Theory?: Examining Masculinity Discourses”

3:00 - 3:50 p.m. Presidential Address

    Chair: Adelbert Jenkins, PhD, New York University

    Participant: Jack Martin, PhD, Simon Fraser University

    “What Can Theoretical Psychology Do?

4:00 - 4:50 p.m. Business Meeting

Chair: Jack Martin, PhD, Simon Fraser University

6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Social Hour

    (co-sponsored with Divisions 10 and 26)

    thSunday, August 10, 2003

    12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Poster Session: Recent Work in Theoretical Psychology Charles Corliss, PhD, Inwood Community Services, Inc., New York, NY “Manifest Content of Dreams: Ruby or Rhinestone?”

    Dragomir B. Djourov, BA “Carpe Diem or the Psychological Meaning of an Instant” Christine H. Farber, PhD, Traumatic Stress Institute, South Windsor, CT “Manualized Treatment and the Construction of Psychotherapy”

    Sarah L.J. Hickinbottom, MA “Reconceptualizing Happiness and Well-Being for the

    Postmodern World”

    Mark A. Hector, PhD, University of Tennessee “The Phenomenological Counseling

    Psychologist: An Introduction”

    Edwin L. Hersch, MD. Independent Practice, Toronto, Ontario “Philosophically Informed Psychotherapy”

    Shannon D. Kelly, BA “Encountering the Subject in Empirical Psychology” Miguel Malagreca, MA “Psychological Implications Of the Culture/Identity Debate” Ann-Marie McLellan, MA “Psychology and the Education of Persons: A Critical,

    Interpretive Investigation”

     Martin E. Morf, PhD, University of Windsor “Four Moves to Reduce the Chasm

    Between Binswanger and Skinner”

    Michael J. Root, MS “Unification Through Chaos: Can Chaos Theory Unify

    Psychology?”

    R. Fox Vernon, PhD “Peering into the Foundations of Inquiry: Husserl’s Description of Consciousness”

     Bradford J. Wiggins, PhD “Altruistic vs. Reciprocal Family Relationships: A

    Levinasian Alternative”

Richard N.Williams, PhD, Brigham Young University and Bruce L. Brown, PhD,

    Brigham Young University “Transparency Theory and the Myth of Unconscious

    Processes”

    10:00 - 11:50 a.m. Symposium: The Narrative Structure of Emotional Life Chairs: Theodore R. Sarbin, PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz, and Gerald P.

    Ginsburg, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno

    Participants:

    James R. Averill, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

     “Voices of Solitude”

    Jefferson A. Singer, PhD, Connecticut College

     “Narrative Memory as an Expression of a Couple’s Emotional Life” Joseph de Rivera, PhD, Clark University

     “Incorporating Perception into Narrative Accounts of Emotion” Gerald P. Ginsburg, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno, and Theodore R. Sarbin, PhD,

    University of California, Santa Cruz

     “The Rhetorical Nature of Embodiment in Emotional Life” Discussants:

    Karl E. Scheibe, PhD, Wesleyan University

     Vincent W. Hevern, PhD. LeMoyne College

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