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19th Annual Conference Program

Table of Contents

Program Committee

Conference Committee

2004 Conference Sponsors

19th Annual Preconference Workshops, Expanded Tutorials, and Other CE Sessions

Exhibit Hall, Registration, Placement Center, and Reception Hours

All-Conference Event Schedule



Friday AM

Friday PM

Saturday AM

Saturday PM

Sunday AM

Emergency Response, Occupational Health, and Safety Themed Sessions

Content Index

Participant Index

Program Summary

Meeting Rooms Map


SIOP is offering CE credit for attendance at the following panel discussion and five master tutorials: Ethics in the Practice of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Session 138), Conceptualization and Measurement of Organizational Climate: Safety Climate as Exemplar (Session 150), Employees With Disabilities: Employer Misconceptions Versus Data and Practices (Session 110), Estimating Interrater Reliability: Conquering the Messiness of Real-World Data (Session 14), Subconscious Priming: A New Approach to Goal-Setting Research (Session 153), and Fundamentals of Employment Law: Concepts and Applications (Session 190). Sessions 110, 138, 150, and 153 carry 1 hour of CE credit and Sessions 14 and 190 carry 1.5 hours of CE credit. If you are interested in receiving CE credit for attending these sessions, please go to the session and look for the sign where volunteers will help you sign in and out of the session and complete pre- and postsession questionnaires. You must attend the entire session to receive credit. CE letters, which serve as confirmation of the session, will be available for pickup at the main registration desk before the end of the conference or may be requested after the conference by contacting the SIOP Administrative Office.

 A searchable version of this program is available on the SIOP Web site at  http://www.siop.org/ProgramOnWeb.  


If you are a person with a disability and require special assistance, please inform the SIOP Administrative Office of any special needs. We will endeavor to meet these special requests to the extent that is feasible for us to do so. Please notify us as early as possible by calling (419) 353-0032.

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