Invited Speakers

"The Next Big Ideas in Psychology" Division 1 Conference

February 23 & 24, 2024

  • Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Clark University, “What Makes an Idea Big in Psychology?”

  • Seth Schwartz, University of Texas-Austin, “Crisis Migration: How Disaster-Related Mass Population Movement Disrupts Individual and Group Identities”

  • Nancy Segal, California State University-Fullerton, “Human Reproductive Cloning: A Viable Alternative for Individuals Wishing to Have Children”

  • Kenneth Gergen, Swarthmore College, "Toward a Future: Forming Psychology for a World in Peril"

  • Sherry Hamby, "The Resilience Equation: How Revolutions in the Science of Trauma Have Led to a New Science of Resilience"

  • Rick Doblin, Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, “MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD: Beginning the Mainstreaming of Psychedelic Therapies”

  • Charlotte Tate, San Francisco State University, “Developing a nomological network for the study of gender: Introducing BIRDS as the five-facet model of gender-related constructs”

  • Phillip Hammack, University of California-Santa Clara, “Beyond minoritization: Authenticity, social technology, and the new psychology of sexual and gender diversity”

  • Clare Mehta, Emmanuel College, “Established Adulthood: A New Conception of Ages 30 to 45”