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APS Convention

2016 APS Convention
May 26–29, 2016 | Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers | Chicago, IL
 
Psi Chi Distinguished Lecturer

Minds and Morals

Perceiving an entity to have a mind deems that entity human, and thus worthy of moral care. Yet mind perception is highly variable, resulting in humanization of nonhumans and dehumanization of people, with opposing moral consequences. I will describe these processes to highlight the importance of recognizing minds in others.

Adam Waytz, PhD
Northwestern University (IL)

Find out more about Dr. Waytz


FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2016

Psi Chi Symposium
Psi Chi Contributions to the Scientific Revolution 2.0
10:00–11:20 a.m., Arkansas Room
Session Organizer: John E. Edlund (Rochester Institute of Technology,
Psi Chi Research Director)

Presentations:
Psi Chi Offers New Opportunities to Generate Scientific Data
Jon Grahe (Pacific Lutheran University, Psi Chi President-Elect)

Open Science as Prosocial and Proself
Charlie Ebersole (University of Virginia)
What Do You Do When p = .06?
Brad J. Sagarin (Northern Illinois University)
The Psi Chi Journal Promotes Better Reporting
Debi Brannan (Western Oregon University)


Are You Underutilizing Psi Chi's Resources?
3:003:30 p.m., Exhibit Hall-Events Area
Presenters: Daniel Corts (Psi Chi President, Augustana College); Jon Grahe (Psi Chi President-Elect; Pacific Lutheran University); and Martha S. Zlokovich (Psi Chi Executive Director)
Psi Chi offers over $430,000 in awards and grants to members and publishes a peer-reviewed Journal that is indexed in PsycINFO. Additional research tools include online participant support, social media to improve international relationships, and multiple reviewer, leadership, and mentoring opportunities. Other resources support advisors, officers, alumni, and current students. Join Psi Chi leaders to discover how Psi Chi’s lifetime membership can benefit you.

Psi Chi Distinguished Lecturer
Minds and Morals

4:00–4:50 p.m., Sheraton Ballroom V
Adam Waytz (Northwestern University)

 

 





 

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