Oklahoma State University

1st Annual Conference

Date: Friday September 21, 2007

Location: Renaissance Hotel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

 

Spoken Program:

 

  • The History of Psychology in Oklahoma, Charles Whipple, Ph.D., Ed.D., University of Central Oklahoma, Emeritus

             

  • Forty Years Professing Psychology:  Lessons I Have Learned, David G. Myers, Ph.D., Hope College

 

  • Computerized Experiments for Use in the Psychology Classroom,David G. Thomas, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University     

      

  • Using Animals in the Classroom, Charles I. Abramson, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University

 

  • Using the Principles of Learning to Facilitate Learning,Jill Devenport, Ph.D., University of Central Oklahoma

 

  • Assessment Indicators of Success in a Learning and Cognition Class,Cameron Soltani & Mike Knight, University of Central Oklahoma

 

  • Inspiring Students by Promoting Student Engagement, Kenneth Weaver, Ph.D. , Emporia State University

 

  • Mentoring Students in Research: A Panel Discussion, Melinda Burgess, Ph.D., SW Oklahoma State University,                         Stephen Burgess, Ph.D., SW Oklahoma State University, Melanie Page, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University  

                       

  • A Student Friendly Research Paradigm Generated from a Specific Data Analysis System, Bill Frederickson, Ed.D., University of Central Oklahoma

 

  • Increasing Minority Participation in Psychology, Bertha Holiday, Ph.D., Director, Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs,                         American Psychological Association