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Meeting Schedule at a Glance

 

Tues, 7/25

Wed, 7/26
Detailed Schedule

Thurs, 7/27
Detailed Schedule

Fri, 7/28
Detailed Schedule

Sat, 7/29
Detailed Schedule

8:00AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:00 greetings by UM officials

8:30 Plenary 1 Laura Baker

Plenary 2
Mia Bloom

Plenary 3
Emil Cocarro

Plenary 4
Dean Pruitt

9:00

Scientific sessions X 3

Scientific sessions X 3

Scientific sessions X 3

Scientific sessions X 3

10:00

11:00

12:00PM

Lunch: Coffman Union food concessions

Lunch: Coffman Union food concessions

12-2:30
Grants Workshop with representatives from NSF, NIMH, NICHHD, HFG ***

Lunch off-site only

1:00

Scientific sessions X3

Scientific sessions X 3

Scientific sessions X 3

2:00

Registration at Radisson Hotel*

3:00

Free Afternoon

 

 

4:00

 

4:00-6:00
Poster sessions  
1 & 2**  & cash bar

Caroline Blanchard's presidential address

5:00

5:00-7:00    Opening reception at Weisman Art Museum, music by The Usual Suspects jazz combo

Registration available at the reception*

Business Meeting

 

6:00

Cuisine affinity groups:
Guided dining experiences with local attendees to facilitate socialization

 

Banquet XVII
Historic Wabasha St. Caves, St. Paul
AWARDS & SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT

Optional post-meeting events, e.g. Mississippi paddleboat ride, St. Paul Saints baseball game, theater, music.  To be arranged

7:00

 

7:30-9:00
Adrian Raine Public lecture including Q&A

8:00

 

 

 

 

 


Plenary Addresses

Wed., 7/26 Laura Baker Risk factors for antisocial behavior: Genes and environment
Thurs., 7/27 AM Mia Bloom Understanding motivations for suicide terrorism
Thurs., 7/27 PM Adrian Raine Lombroso’s legacy: Violence, brain mechanisms, and moral responsibility (Public lecture)
Fri., 7/28 Emil Cocarro Biology and treatment of impulsive aggressive behavior in humans
Sat., 7/29 Dean Pruitt Intergroup escalation and its remedies

*Subsequent registration at Coffman Union meeting site

**Two consecutive 1 hr sessions during which poster authors are required to be at poster

***National Science Foundation, National Institute of Mental Health, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation. Individual post-session appointments can be made with agency representatives. (more info)