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 SPSP Social Psych and Law Precon Registration
Posted by: Rich Wiener
Title/Position: Director, Social Psychology Program
School/Organization: University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sent to listserv of: SPSP, SESP, SPSSI
Date posted: January 15th, 2013


GOING TO SPSP THIS WEEK? YOU CAN STILL REGISTER ON-SITE FOR THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW PRECONFERENCE!

The University of Nebraska/Lincoln Law and Psychology Program invites you to attend the Social Psychology and Law preconference at SPSP 2013, to be held in New Orleans, LA on January 17th, at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM.

The focus of this preconference will be current and future directions in social psychology and law. The individuals that are confirmed speakers are at the forefront of the social psychology of procedural justice, discrimination in the law, and new directions in social psychology and law.

Featured speakers include Brian Bornstein, Jack Glaser, Brenda Major, Chris Meissner, Laurie Rudman, Nick Schweitzer, and Tom Tyler.

The preconference will also include poster sessions and five, 10-minute “datablitz” talks about promising new research at the intersection of social psychology and the law.

The attached flier and our website provide more information:

https://sites.google.com/site/socialpsychologyandlaw/

Registration for the preconference is still open!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Hope to see you in New Orleans!

Rich Wiener and Sarah Gervais
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Richard L. Wiener
Charles Bessey Professor of Law and Psychology
Director, Social Psychology Program
University of Nebraska/Lincoln
338 Burnett Hall
402-472-1137
rwiener2@unl.edu

Sarah Gervais
Assistant Professor of Social Psychology
University of Nebraska/Lincoln
338 Burnett Hall
402-472-3793
sarah.gervais@gmail.com


Attachment: flyer 4.pdf



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