Once again on April 26, this year’s 43rd Hunter College Psychology conference is free, and all are welcome. Three MPA afternoon panels below, 12:30-3:50 pm. Guests are welcome.
Harold Takooshian, PhD
Fordham University, New York NY 10023, USA
Council of Representatives, American Psychological Association (International Division)
12:30-1:30 pm: Cross-cultural Psychology
Chair: Martha Ann Carey, Kells Consulting
The United Nations Association: Opportunities for students. Isis Quijada, Fordham
Adventures in Kyrgyzstan. Deborah Harris-O’Brien, Trinity Washington University
Feminism across cultures. Priyanka Srinivasan
Discussant: Jason R. Young, Hunter
Three diverse presentations on cross-cultural psychology teaching, research, and service.
1:40-2:40 pm: Psychology in New York City: People
Chair: Henry Solomon, Past-President, Manhattan Psychological Association
History of psychology in Manhattan. Harold Takooshian, Fordham University
James McKeen Cattell: Architect of U.S. psychology. Andreina C. Vegas, Fordham University
John B. Watson: From classroom to boardroom. Sarah E. O’Brien, Fordham University
Discussant. Leonard Davidman, President, NYS Psychological Assn
In this one-hour session, 3 speakers describe diverse aspects of psychology in New York City, and how the Manhattan Psychological Association is “all things psychological” in New York City.
2:50-3:50 pm: Psychology in New York City: Programs
Chair: Rochelle M. Balter, John Jay College
Graduate psychology programs in Greater New York. Sally Capanzano, Fordham University
GABSI: The Greek American Behavioral Science Institute. Thomas Mallios, GABSI
The impact of Albert Ellis in NYC. Debbie Joffe Ellis, author and REBT therapist
In this one-hour session, 3 speakers describe diverse aspects of psychology programs in New York City, and how the Manhattan Psychological Association is “all things psychological” in New York City.