The 2008 annual meeting was held in Chicago, Illinois.  Minutes from the business meeting can be found here.

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

Emotion Dysregulation, Stress Reactivity, and Risk for Depression: An Integrative Perspective. Ian Gotlib.

Prenatal Stress and Mental Health: Opportunities for Prevention. Kate Keenan.

The Classification of Psychopathology in DSM-V.  Chair: David Watson.  Presenters: Daniel Klein, Robert Krueger, Benjamin Lahey, and Christopher Martin.

Increasing the Impact of Psychological Science on the Next Classification of Psychopathology. Chair: Ayelet Ruscio.  Presenters: Lee Anna Clark, Thomas Widiger, and Ayelet Ruscio.


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