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SIOP@APS 2017: Updates on the Boston Program

Silvia Bonaccio, Margaret Beier, Harrison J. Kell, and Christopher Wiese

If you love psychological science and if you love Boston, you won’t want to miss the upcoming Association for Psychological Science’s (APS) Annual Convention. The 2017 APS Annual Convention will be held May 25-28 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. 


Although the symposium deadline has passed, there is still time to submit your poster by January 31, 2017 (http://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/annual/call-for-submissions). Poster acceptances are communicated on a rolling basis. The sooner you submit your work, the sooner you’ll know if it is accepted for presentation!


In addition to an exciting APS general program (http://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/ annual/program) and informative workshops (see the APS website for the list of topics), the I-O featured speakers are as follows:

  • Symposium: Deciding, Fast and Slow (in the Workplace)
    • Reeshad Dalal (George Mason University)
    • Dev Dalal (University at Albany, SUNY)
    • Scott Highhouse (Bowling Green State University)
    • Edgar Kausel (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)


  • Symposium: Emotions at Work
    • John Trougakos (University of Toronto at Scarborough)
    • Sigal Barsade (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Gerben van Kleef (University of Amsterdam)
    • Howard Weiss (Georgia Tech)


  • Invited Addresses:
    • Christopher Barnes (University of Washington)
      • Michael Frese (National University of Singapore)
      • Sabine Sonnentag (University of Mannheim)
      • Gillian Yeo (University of Western Australia)


  • Belle Rose Ragins (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) will be speaking as part of the APS-wide Cross-Cutting Theme “The Many Flavors of Relationships.”


Don’t forget that you’re invited to join us at the I-O happy hour at APS, which is a great place to make new connections and to get a drink on us!  We look forward to seeing you in Boston!

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