[DIV28SUPER] Concurrent Session Lineup at the 2014 CPA Conference

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2014 Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction
Atlanta, Georgia
Feb. 28 - March 1, 2014
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We have a great lineup of concurrent sessions being offered at the CPA conference. See below for an overview or go to http://www.tinyurl.com/2014CPA to view full session descriptions.


The Effects of Social Influence on Substance Use Behavior and Outcomes in Preclinical and Clinical Samples

Jodi Gilman, PhD; John F. Kelly, PhD; Allison Anacker, PhD


Working At the Crossroads: Clinical Findings from a Combined Medication and Psychotherapy Trial for Co-Occurring PTSD and AUD

Denise Hien, PhD; Lesia M. Ruglass, PhD; Teresa Lopez-Castro, PhD; Laura Eidlitz, EdM; Annelisa Pedersen, MPhil; Patricia Yoon, MA


Opioid Overdose: Intervention Efforts and Challenges

Kelly Dunn, PhD; Daniel Wermeling, PharmD; Maya Doe-Simkins, MPH; Dan Bigg, CRADC


Bringing Neuroscience Into Addiction Treatment Through Behavioral Interventions

Marsha Bates, PhD; Brandon Alderman, PhD; David Eddie, MS; Tracey Shors, PhD; Edward Selby, PhD


Steps Toward Success As An Early Career Addiction Psychologist

Katie Witkiewitz, PhD; John F. Kelly, PhD; Ellen Walker, PhD; Bill Stoops, PhD; James Murphy, PhD; James MacKillop, PhD; Lara Ray, PhD


Prescription Opioids: The Role of Efficacy, Pain Modalities, and Sex Differences in Reward States

Ellen Walker, PhD; Sandra Comer, PhD


Enhancing Brief Alcohol Interventions Using Translational Research and Mechanisms of Change Approaches

Ashley Dennhardt, PhD; Andrea R. Diulio, MS; Mark M. Silvestri, MS; James G. Murphy, PhD; Ali M. Yurasek, MS





The theme for the 2014 CPA is "Changing Addictive Behavior: Bench to Bedside and Back Again"

·         Thought-provoking keynotes and cross-discipline panels

·         Interactive environment for collaboration/networking

·         Pre-Conference Workshop (see below)

·         Pre-Conference “Functional Integration” Session (see below)

·         Poster Sessions

·         Discounted rates for Early Career Psychologists

·         Student opportunities (discounted rates, special networking, etc.)

·         You don't have to be a member of either division or APA to attend the conference!

·         CE is available*!





The beautiful W Hotel in Midtown Atlanta will be the venue for our Annual Conference. The hotel is located in the heart of Midtown and is local to public transportation. Room rates are $159 per night. Reserve your room now!




Katie Witkiewitz, PhD, Co-Chair

Jennifer Buckman, PhD, Co-Chair

Jenna Cohen, Registration and Hotel Accommodations (202-682-5132)




*Continuing Education provided during the Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction Conference is provided by APA Division 50. APA Division 50 is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Division 50 maintains responsibility for this program and its content. For more information on the available hours and learning objectives, contact jcohen@apa.org.






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