OC hosts the Oklahoma Psychological Society’s 36th Annual Spring Conference on April 20.
OK Psychological Society welcomed at OC
OC hosts the Oklahoma Psychological Society’s 36th Annual Spring Conference on April 20. The event will take place in the Conservatory inside the Garvey Center from 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. This conference is an opportunity for students and professionals to present psychological research or ideas. All presenters are OPS members or are joining OPS. The society encourages all members to participate with the goal to further psychological development in Oklahoma. Students and professionals were encouraged to submit a poster, paper or symposia during the conference.
OC Professor of Psychology and Family Studies Tina Winn is thrilled about the opportunity to host this event.
“The conference provides a wonderful opportunity for our students to present their original research in a competitive environment,” said Winn. “We expect our students to place high and represent OC well.”
Noland White, a psychology professor at Georgia College and State University, will be the keynote speaker for the conference. He will present on the topic of “Adult ADHD: Lab Investigations and Classroom Implications.” For more information, visit www.oklahomapsychologicalsociety.org.