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Professional Practice Committee Updates

Mark L. Poteet

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Greetings SIOP!  Over the past few months the Professional Practice Committee (PPC) has made progress on several fronts in its efforts to support I-O psychologists who practice. As can be seen in the current issue of TIP, the second of several planned articles summarizing results of the 2015 Practitioner Needs Survey, authored byMeredith FerroBen PorrTed Axton, and Soner Dumani, has been produced.  Information from this survey will be used to help shape the future agenda of the PPC with regard to projects and initiatives that drive practitioner support and development.

Dont Forget! Submission Deadline Approaching for 2016

Silvia Bonaccio, Margaret Beier, Angela Grotto, and Christopher Wiese

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Submissions:The submission deadline for the Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention is just around the corner and we hope that you will submit your work if you have not yet done so.  Indeed, you have until January 31, 2016to submit your 500-word (including spaces) poster summarydirectly through the APS website at this address: http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/convention/call-for-submissions.Posters are evaluated on a rolling basis: the sooner you submit, the sooner you hear back! The 2016 APS Annual Convention will be held May 26-29 in Chicago.

2016 Conference Program

Scott Tonidandel

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We received over 1,400 submissions for the 2016 SIOP conference in Anaheim!  Around 850 sessions were accepted, and the conference is sure to be one of great appeal and intellectual stimulation. In addition to the peer-reviewed master tutorials, debates, symposia, posters, roundtables, alternative session types, and panels that were submitted, the conference committee has been working hard to assemble a quality collection of Friday Seminars, Communities of Interest, a Master Collaboration, a full-day Theme Track, and other Invited Sessions. Below we summarize several notable program elements. You’ll be hearing many more details about the program as the conference approaches.

Notes From the APA Council of Representatives Meeting

Lori Foster, Deirdre Knapp, Rodney Lowman, and Deborah Whetzel

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The August 2015 COR meeting represented a marked change from the meetings leading up to it. Instead of focusing on COR’s structure, functions, roles, and responsibilities, the August meeting focused predominantly on the “Hoffman Report,” relating to allegations that certain senior APA officials and elected governance officials were inappropriately involved in issues related to torture used during the George W. Bush administration after 9/11. Although a full, detailed account of the many important discussions and issues raised during the meeting is beyond the scope of this article, the following provides a brief summary.



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