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New Insights into Affective and Behavioral Regulatory Processes Conference

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Rutgers University–New Brunswick
Livingston Campus
Saturday, April 15, 2017

Regulatory processes play a critical role in understanding human behavior, informing motivation, decision-making, and reward and reinforcement, with various implications for physical and mental health outcomes across systems and the individual. Sharing and disseminating research on affective and behavioral regulatory systems provides an essential and rare opportunity to propel interdisciplinary research in this area.

In pursuit of this aim, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is hosting an interdisciplinary mini-conference, entitled, New Insights into Affective and Behavioral Regulatory Processes. The conference will be held at Rutgers, New Brunswick on Saturday, April 15, 2017. The mission of the conference is to provide a forum for the exchange of scientific information, foster discussion of new ideas and findings on regulatory processes, and encourage collaboration across disciplines.

Keynote Speakers

Elizabeth Phelps, New York University

Vivian Zayas, Cornell University

Additional Speakers

Janet Metcalfe, Columbia University

Melissa Ferguson, Cornell University

Jutta Joormann, Yale University

Mark Muraven, SUNY Albany

Kevin Ochsner, Columbia University

Nathaniel Daw, Princeton University

Submissions

Submission deadline: March 1, 2017

Presenters will be notified of acceptance by March 16, 2017.

We welcome submissions from all researchers with interests in regulatory processes, including, but not limited to, scholars in clinical and social psychology, neuroscience, health, and business.

Two types of submissions will be accepted: research talks and data blitz talks.

Research talks will be approximately 15-20 minutes and are reserved for faculty and postdoctoral scholars. Data blitz talks will be approximately 5 minutes and are reserved for graduate students. Submission abstracts should not exceed 250 words.

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Registration

Registration for the conference is free and must take place by April 1, 2017.

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Rutgers Psychology Buildings

Busch Campus              Psychology Building 848-445-2576

 

 

Livingston Campus Undergraduate Advising at Tillett Hall  848-445-4036

 

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