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Sunday Seminars = Expanded Tutorials
SIOP 2005

Julie B. Olson-Buchanan
California State University, Fresno

On behalf of SIOP, I am pleased to announce that the successful Expanded Tutorials will continue with the snazzy new name of Sunday Seminars. As explained in Lisa Finkelstein and Donald Truxillos article, this new name should help to better distinguish them from the Master Tutorials and reinforce their unique identity.

Do you ever wish you were more up-to-speed on the state-of-the-art research/theory of a particular topic or methodological issue? The Sunday Seminars can help! The Sunday Seminars are designed to provide longer, in-depth scholarly explorations of cutting edge research topics and methodological issues by leading experts. 

The Sunday Seminars Subcommittee is excited to announce the topics and expert presenters for the four Sunday Seminars, SIOP 2005. Additional descriptive information will be available in the January TIP.

Topics and Presenters

  • Daily Experience Research Methodology: Howard M. Weiss (Purdue University)
  • Item Response Theory: An Introduction: Nambury S. Raju (Illinois Institute of Technology), Oleksandr S. Chernyshenko (University of Canterbury), and Stephen Stark (University of South Florida)
  • I-O Participation in Federal Research Grants: Thomas F. Hilton (National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse) and Eduardo Salas (University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation & Training)
  • Emerging Perspectives on Work and Family Relationships: Jeanette N. Cleveland (Pennsylvania State University) and Debra A. Major (Old Dominion University)

Additional Details

How do I sign up? Advance registration is required. The registration form will be available in January 2005. 

Do I need to enroll early? Yes! The sessions are limited to only 40 individuals. Early registration is recommended as the sessions fill up quickly.

How much does it cost? It costs $75 per individual.

When are the sessions? The sessions are on Sunday, April 17, 2005 from 9 a.m. until noon.

Can I get CE credit? Each seminar will be worth 3 CE credits.


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