The 2006 annual meeting was held in New York.  Minutes from the business meeting are attached here

The clinical sections of the APS program included five invited addresses and four symposia.  Their titles and links to more content are provided below.

Changing the American Diet: Real Change Requires Real Change.  Kelly Brownell.

To Have But One True Friend: The Role of the Social Environment in the Resolution of Alcohol Use Disorders. Barbara McCrady.

Antisocial Behavior: Brain Mechanisms, Prevention, and Moral Responsibility.  Adriane Raine.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Integrations of Interpersonal and Experiential Therapies.  Thomas Borkovec.

Processes and Mechanisms Determining Change in Personality Disorders: Longitudinal Perspectives. Mark Lenzenweger.

Perceptual Alterations in Schizophrenia. Chair: Brian O'Donnell. Presenters: Yue Chen, Bruce Turetsky, and Pamela Butler. 

A New Look at the Evidence (and Non-Evidence) for Evidence-Based Interventions. Chair: Andres De Los Reyes. Presenters: Matthew Nock, Francheska Perepletchikova, and Kimberly Hoagwood. 

Differential Effects of Emotion Regulation Deficits on Specific Psychopathology Symptoms. Chair: Susan Nolen-Hoeksema.  Presenters: Sadia Najmi, Jutta Joormann, Lori Hilt, and Katie McLaughlin.

Remembering, Distorting and Forgetting Trauma.  Chair: Richard McNally.


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