Psychology One Conference response to COVID-19: As we all know, many conferences are being cancelled due to the rapidly changing public health crisis we are experiencing. For now, we are still building a schedule for the Psychology One Conference and reaching out to potential presenters. Duke University will make decisions about summer programs and events in early April and we will provide updates on the status of the conference at that time. This should allow ample time for attendees to change their travel plans, including receiving refunds on registration and cancelling hotel. We do encourage you to hold off making any flight reservations at this time.
June 25-26, 2020
Duke University, Durham, NC
Be a presenter:
We are accepting proposals!
Please submit your ideas for brief (15-min) teaching demonstrations, research presentations (research on teaching and learning), and focused, small-group discussion topics. Our deadline for full consideration of proposals is Friday, February 28th.
Building Better Citizens Through Intro Psych
Inequality and Subjective Status: How Economic Inequality Shapes Thinking and Well-Being
High Voltage Misinterpretation: The First Thing We Tell Students about the Milgram Studies is Wrong, and That’s Not All!