The 2007 annual meeting was held in Washington, DC.  Minutes of the business meeting are attached here.

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

Dissemination of Effective Treatment for PTSD: Successes and Challenges. Edna Foa.

Toward a Neuroscience of the Social Regulation of Emotion. James Coan.

Integrating Affective Neuroscience and Developmental Psychopathology: Research on Anxiety. Daniel Pine.

Lost in Thought: Rumination and Depression. Susan Nolen-Hoeksema.

Assessing Cognitive Biases in Depression and Suicidality Using Laboratory-Based Measures.  Chair: Regina Miranda.  Presenters: Christopher Beevers, Jutta Joormann, Matthew Nock, and Gabriele Oettingen.

Cognitive, Neural, and Genetic Components of Mood-Related and Personality Pathology. Chair: Charles Sanislow. Presenters: Diego Pizzagalli, Jutta Joormann, and Turhan Canli.

From Memories of Combat to Memories of Sexual Abuse: New Findings. Chair Richard McNally. Presenters Elke Geraerts, Iris Engelhard, David Rubin, and Elizabeth Loftus.


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