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AAPB’s mission is to advance the development, dissemination and utilization of knowledge about applied psychophysiology and biofeedback to improve health and the quality of life through research, education and practice.
Annual Meeting: 5/31/23 – 6/3/23 (Orlando, Florida)
The Association for Behavior Analysis International’s mission is to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior through research, education, and practice.
Annual Meeting: 5/25/23 – 05/29/23 (Denver, Colorado)
The continuing mission of ABMR is to provide a forum for established scientists and thought leaders working in the field of behavioral medicine, where cutting-edge ideas can be exchanged in an informal, yet scientifically charged atmosphere.
Annual Meeting: 6/8/23 – 6/12/23 (Banff, Alberta, Canada)
The American Educational Research Association (AERA), a national research society, strives to advance knowledge about education, to encourage scholarly inquiry related to education, and to promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.
Annual Meeting: 4/13/23 – 4/16/23 (Chicago, Illinois) | 5/4/23 – 5/5/23 (Virtual)
The mission of the APA is to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives. For the latest news and events at APA, check out the latest issue of Psychological Science Agenda, the official newsletter of the APA Science Directorate.
Annual Meeting: 8/3/23 – 8/5/23 (Washington, DC + Virtual)
The purpose of the Behavior Genetics Association is to promote the scientific study of the interrelationship of genetic mechanisms and behavior, both human and animal; to encourage and aid the education and training of research workers in the field of behavior genetics; and to aid in the dissemination and interpretation to the general public of knowledge concerning the interrelationship of genetics and behavior, and its implications for health and human development and education.
Annual Meeting: 6/21/23 – 6/24/23 (Murcia, Spain)
The Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) is committed to the development of mind and brain research aimed at investigating the psychological, computational, and neuroscientific bases of cognition. The term cognitive neuroscience has now been with us for almost three decades, and identifies an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the nature of thought.
Annual Meeting: 3/25/23 – 3/28/23 (San Francisco)
The Cognitive Science Society, Inc. brings together researchers from many fields who hold a common goal: understanding the nature of the human mind. The Society promotes scientific interchange among researchers in disciplines comprising the field of Cognitive Science, including Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics, Anthropology, Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Education.
Annual Meeting: 7/26/23 – 7/29/23 (Sydney, Australia)
The Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology (COGDOP) is a society constituted of Chairs and Heads of Departments of Psychology or other equivalent administrative units which are authorized to offer graduate degrees in psychology in institutions accredited by their regional accrediting association. COGDOP began as an informal group which met in conjunction with APA in the mid 1960s. COGDOP is now a major resource for departmental administrators.
Annual Meeting: 2/24/23 – 2/26/23 (Phoenix, Arizona)
The Flux Society’s purpose is to advance the understanding of human brain development by serving as a forum for professional and student scientists, physicians, and educators to: exchange information and educate the next generation of developmental cognitive neuroscience researchers; make widely available scientific research findings on brain development; encourage translational research to clinical populations; promote public information by discussing implications on the fields of education, health, juvenile law, parenting, and mental health, and encourage further progress in the field of developmental cognitive neuroscience.
Annual Meeting: 9/6/23 – 9/9/23 (Santa Rosa, California)
International Society for Development Psychobiology’s mission is to:
- Foster application of the valid findings of research to human affairs in a way beneficial to mankind
- Promote and encourage research on the development of behavior in all organisms including man, with special attention to the effects of biological factors operating at any level of organization. Such research may involve both descriptive and experimental methods and be undertaken under either natural or controlled conditions.
- Facilitate communication of research results and theory in the area of Developmental Psychobiology through the use of both professional and popular printed media and through the presentation of papers at meetings of the Society.
Annual Meeting: 7/26/23 – 7/28/23 (Crowne Plaza Utrecht, The Netherlands)
The mission of the National Academy of Neuropsychology is to advance neuropsychology as a science and health profession, to promote human welfare, and to generate and disseminate knowledge of brain-behavior relationships.
Annual Meeting: 10/25/23 – 10/28/23 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
SBM is a nonprofit organization composed of researchers, clinicians, educators, industry professionals, and policymakers from more than 20 healthcare disciplines. They focus on behavioral, psychosocial, environmental, and biomedical theory, knowledge, and interventions relevant to health and disease.
Annual Meeting: 4/26/23 – 4/29/23 (Phoenix, Arizona)
The Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology (SBN) is an interdisciplinary scientific organization dedicated to the study of hormonal processes and neuroendocrine systems that regulate behavior. SBN members conduct research on myriad organisms across a diversity of contexts, including field-based investigations of animals in their natural habitats, laboratory research on important model systems, and clinical research on a variety of topics directly related to human health.
Annual Meeting: 6/26/23 – 6/29/23 (Tours, France)
The purpose of the Society is to increase and diffuse knowledge of the use of computers in psychological research, and other professional activities. The Society is a non-profit organization of interested researchers.
Annual Meeting: N/A
The Society for Judgment and Decision Making is an interdisciplinary academic organization dedicated to the study of normative, descriptive, and prescriptive theories of decision. Its members include psychologists, economists, organizational researchers, decision analysts, and other decision researchers.
Annual Meeting: 11/17/23 – 11/20/23 (San Francisco, California)
The Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology was founded in 1960 to encourage the development of psychological theory and knowledge in the context of multivariate designs, multivariate statistical analysis, and multivariate quantitative methodology, broadly construed. Its members include specialists in statistics, psychometrics and methodology as well as psychological researchers of personality, development, cognition, organizations, education and social psychology who incorporate multivariate systems into their theories and experiments.
Annual Meeting: 10/11/23 – 10/14/23 (N/A)
The Society for Mathematical Psychology promotes the advancement and communication of research in mathematical psychology and related disciplines. Mathematical psychology is broadly defined to include work of a theoretical character that uses mathematical methods, formal logic, or computer simulation.
Annual Meeting: 07/18/23 – 07/21/23 (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Founded in 1960, the Society for Psychophysiological Research is an international scientific society with worldwide membership. The purpose of the Society is to foster research on the interrelationships between the physiological and psychological aspects of behavior. To promote this purpose, the Society publishes scientific literature, including the journal Psychophysiology, and holds annual meetings for presentation and discussion of original theory and research, instrumentation and methodology, and new directions and standards in the field.
Annual Meeting: 09/27/23 – 10/1/23 (New Orleans, Louisiana)
SPSSI affords social and behavioral scientists opportunities to apply their knowledge and insights to the critical problems of today’s world.
- SPSSI fosters and funds research on social issues through annual awards and programs of small research grants and disseminates research findings through its scholarly journals, sponsored books, specialized conferences, and its convention programs.
- With headquarters in Washington, DC, the Society influences public policy through its publications and the advocacy efforts of its members, fellows, and staff.
- SPSSI encourages public education and social activism on social issues and facilitates information exchange through its newsletter and electronic dsicussion groups.
- The Society’s mission is extended to the global arena by a team of representatives who cover developments at UN headquarters in New York and Geneva. SPSSI has been represented at the United Nations as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) since 1987. SPSSI serves as a consultant to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Annual Meeting: 6/25/23 – 6/27/23 (Denver, Colorado)
As a community of researchers, our goals are to advance our understanding of adolescence and enhance the wellbeing of youth in a globalized world. We promote high-quality research that considers the biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of development in context. We aim to lead and shape scientific and public discourse on youth and adolescence and to guide parenting, schooling, programs, and policies. In order to achieve these goals, we foster the professional development and growth of all members and are relevant, visible, diverse, and global in perspective.
Biennial Meeting: 4/13/23 – 4/15/23 (San Diego, California)
The Society for Research in Child Development is a membership association that advances developmental science and promotes its use to improve human lives. The purposes of the Society are to promote multidisciplinary research in the field of human development, to foster the exchange of information among scientists and other professionals of various disciplines, and to encourage applications of research findings. Our goals are pursued through a variety of programs with the cooperation and service of our governing council, standing committees, and members.
Biennial Meeting: 3/23/23 – 3/25/23 (Salt Lake City, Utah)
The purposes of the Corporation shall include the following:
- To promote the conduct and communication of scientific research in the field of psychopathology.
- To encourage education and training in those fields of science that contribute to research in psychopathology.
- To publish from time to time such books, journals, or other publications and to hold conferences and other meetings that are likely to further the aims of the Society.
Annual Meeting: 9/21/23 – 9/24/23 (St. Louis, Missouri)
The Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR) was created in 1993 by Ronald P. Carver. The purpose of SSSR is to promote the scientific study of reading and to disseminate information about reading and related areas such as language and literacy.
Annual Meeting: 7/20/23 – 7/22/23 (Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia)
The Society for Text & Discourse is an international society of researchers who investigate all aspects of discourse processing and text analysis. The purpose of the Society is to consolidate research in discourse processing and to enhance communication among researchers in different disciplines. A second objective of the society is to contribute to the education and professional development of those in the field or entering the field.
Annual Meeting: 6/28/23 – 6/30/23 (Oslo, Norway)
The Vision Sciences Society is committed to progress in understanding vision, and its relation to cognition, action and the brain. Our primary goal is to host a yearly meeting where both new and established investigators from diverse disciplines and scientific perspectives present and discuss their work in a relaxed informal setting.
Annual Meeting: 5/19/23 – 5/24/23 (St. Pete Beach, Florida)