SSSP Conference~ October 26-27, 2007.

The Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists (SSSP) is holding its annual meeting on October 26-27, at Duke University in Durham NC. This year, the program includes a keynote address by Roy Baumeister and symposia related to self-regulation, counterfactual thinking, romantic relationships, social privilege, and the accuracy of social judgments. In addition, the conference will include a “Welcome to the Neighborhood” symposium with presentations by three social psychologists who are new to the southeast -- Victoria Plaut (UGA), Kirk Brown (VCU), and Barbara Fredrickson (UNC). The meeting starts with a reception on Friday evening (drop in anytime from 6:00-8:30) and runs all day Saturday.

The conference is being hosted by the faculty and graduate students in Duke University's social psychology program with support from the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, the Center for Child and Family Policy, and Allyn and Bacon.

Site Coordinators: Rick Hoyle and Mark Leary, Duke University
Program Chair: Mike Furr, Wake Forest University