Location: Hyatt Regency (HR) Baker
This pre-conference highlights work from nearly every area of social psychology, including moral cognition, the role of emotion in moral judgment, the ways in which justice or the lack thereof is manifest in intergroup relations, ethical decision-making, etc. We also welcome perspectives from related areas, such as cognitive and developmental psychology, philosophy, and law. We have an exciting line-up of invited speakers, and scholars at all career stages are welcome to submit abstracts for consideration as a poster or microtalk.
Brian Lickel: Using Natural Experiments and Other Event-Linked Designs to Advance the Study of Justice, Morality and Conflict
Mina Cikara: Model Latent Preference for Out-Group Harm
Sapna Cheryan: Undoing Gender Disparities: A Sociocultural Solutions Model for Increasing Women’s Participation in STEM
Brian Lowery: Who Can Be A Leader?: How Race Moderates the Expression of Sexism
Stacey Sinclair: Why Diversify: Framing Diversity as a Moral Versus Instrumental Good
Keith Maddox: We (Really) Need to Talk: Encouraging and Empowering Interracial Dialogue
Tamar Saguy: Justice Agents: Members of Discriminated Groups are Seen as Highly Committed to Social Justice
Save $25 when you register for both convention and preconference together!
Registration for preconferences is limited and fills quickly.
Registration is now open and will not reopen once this preconference fills.
Submissions are now open for poster and microtalk presentations, which are open to anyone who would like to submit. If you are interested in being considered for these presentation formats, please submit the following information in one PDF file that is attached to one e-mail that is sent to both of the conference organizers, Larisa Heiphetz and Maureen Craig. The submission deadline is November 15th, 2017. Here is the information we need:
a) Preferred format (poster or microtalk)
b) If we are unable to accommodate your preferred format, would you like to be considered for the other format?
c) Submission title
d) Names, e-mail addresses, and affiliations of all authors, in the order in which they should be listed in the program
e) Abstract (200-250 words)
Please feel free to contact either of the organizers with any questions. We look forward to reading about your exciting new work and hope to see you in Atlanta!
8:00AM: Continental Breakfast
8:25AM: Welcome (Larisa Heiphetz)
8:30AM: Brian Lickel
Using Natural Experiments and Other Event-Linked Designs to Advance the Study of Justice, Morality and Conflict
9:00AM: Mina Cikara
Model Latent Preference for Out-Group Harm
9:30AM: Sapna Cheryan
Undoing Gender Disparities: A Sociocultural Solutions Model for Increasing Women’s Participation in STEM
10:00AM: Coffee Break
10:15AM: Brian Lowery
Who Can Be A Leader?: How Race Moderates the Expression of Sexism
10:45AM: Stacey Sinclair
Why Diversify: Framing Diversity as a Moral Versus Instrumental Good
11:15AM: Keith Maddox
We (Really) Need to Talk: Encouraging and Empowering Interracial Dialogue
1:00PM: Tamar Saguy
Justice Agents: Members of Discriminated Groups are Seen as Highly Committed to Social Justice
1:30PM: Poster Session