NITOP 2019 Schedule

Thursday
January 3, 2019

7:30 am • Continental Breakfast
7:30 am–5:00 pm • Registration
8:30–10:00 am • Workshops
  • Training Better Scientists with a Better Statistics Curriculum: Introducing Estimation, Meta-analysis, and Open Science to your Undergraduates • Robert Calin-Jageman
  • Annual Council on Undergraduate Research Session: Mentoring Student Researchers in Psychology • Susan Larson
  • Exposure to Psychological Science: Using Empirical Journal Articles in Courses of All Levels • Dawn McBride
  • Through the Looking Glass: Lessons for Online Teachers from Alice in Wonderland • Diane Finley
10:15–10:45 am
  • Welcome Session for First-Time NITOP Participants
  • Exhibit Viewing Time
11:00 am–12:30 pm: Opening Session
  • 11:00–11:30 am: Welcoming RemarksRobert Hendersen, Sarah Brookhart, and Toru Shimizu
  • 11:30 am–12:30 pm: Opening Address
    Annual Association for Psychological Science Session: Decision Fatigue: Implications for Self-Control, Wisdom, and Leadership • Kathleen Vohs
12:45–1:30 pm • Box Lunch Pickup
1:30–3:00 pm • Poster Session I
3:15–4:15 pm • Participant Idea Exchange I
4:30–5:45 pm • Teaching Slam • Erin Hardin, Moderator
6:00–8:30 pm • Buffet Reception for Participants and Their Companions and Families — a wide selection of appetizers, salad and pasta bars, desserts, and wine and beer

Friday
January 4, 2019

7:00–8:00 am • Yoga
7:30–8:45 am • Buffet Breakfast
9:00–10:00 am • Concurrent Sessions I
  • Annual Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Session: Why the ‘Opt Out’ Explanation is Insufficient: Subtle Messages Push Moms Out of Work • Eden King
  • Annual American Psychological Association Education Directorate Session: Charting a Course for Introductory Psychology: Issues, Innovations, and Better Practices • Regan Gurung
  • Teaching Traps, Transitions, and Connections: Providing Context to Make the Content Meaningful • Brooke Whisenhunt & Danae Hudson
  • Ready for Work? Students’ & Working Adults’ Views about the Career-related Skills Learned at College • Tanya Martini
10:15–11:15 am: Participant Idea Exchange II
11:30 am–12:30 pm: General Session
  • Annual Psychonomics Society Session: Why Effective Techniques May Not Help Students Achieve: Challenges for Implementing Cognitive Principles in College • John Dunlosky
12:30 pm: Buffet Lunch and “Laugh at Lunch” • Beth Morling, moderator
2:00–3:00 pm: Concurrent Sessions II
  • An Open-Access, Active-Learning, Online Undergraduate Research Methods Course • Morton Gernsbacher
  • Beyond Brick and Mortar: Leveraging Technology to Expand the Reach and Scope of Mental Health Care—and Student Education • Jonathan Comer
  • Annual Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Session: Teaching about Human Trafficking from a Psychological Perspective • Laura Dryjanska
  • Building Direction from Education: Strategies to Engage Student Interest and Inspire Application beyond the Classroom • Gregory Privitera
3:15–4:15 pm: General Session
  • iGen: Teaching the Smartphone Generation • Jean Twenge
4:30–6:00 pm: Poster Session II
7:00–8:00 pm: Software Demonstrations and Ad Hoc Meetings
8:00–10:00 pm: Social Hour

Saturday
January 5, 2019

7:00–8:00 am: Yoga
7:30–8:45 am: Buffet Breakfast
9:00–10:00 am: Concurrent Sessions III
  • The Pedagogical Power of Prediction • Krisstal Clayton
  • Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Session: People & Purpose: Highlighting Communal Aspects of Science Can Foster Diversity and Engagement • Amanda Diekmann
  • Annual American Psychological Association Education Directorate Session: Charting a Course for Introductory Psychology: Issues, Innovations, and Better Practices • Regan Gurung
  • Ready for Work? Students’ & Working Adults’ Views about the Career-related Skills Learned at College • Tanya Martini
  • Annual Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Session: Teaching about Human Trafficking from a Psychological Perspective • Laura Dryjanska
10:15–11:15 am: Participant Idea Exchange III
11:30 am–12:30 pm: General Session
  • Annual Society for Research in Child Development Session: Show, Don’t Tell: Video as Data and Documentation • Karen Adolph
12:30 pm: Buffet Lunch and NITOP NITOP (Nearly Impossible Trivia of Psychology) • Stephen Chew, Moderator
2:00–3:15 pm: Demo Demo • Bridgette Martin Hard, Moderator
3:30–4:30 pm: Concurrent Sessions IV
  • Beyond Brick and Mortar: Leveraging Technology to Expand the Reach and Scope of Mental Health Care—and Student Education • Jonathan Comer
  • Building Direction from Education: Strategies to Engage Student Interest and Inspire Application beyond the Classroom • Gregory Privitera
  • Enhancing Mindful Awareness and Emotion Regulation in the Classroom: Insights from Multi-Course Multi-Semester Investigation • Sarah Rose Cavanagh
  • Controversial Conversations: Teaching in a Post-Truth World • Kate Richmond
4:45–6:15 pm: Poster Session III 8:00–10:00 pm: Karaoke Social Hour

Sunday
January 6, 2019

7:30–8:30 am: Buffet Breakfast
8:30–9:30 am: Concurrent Sessions V
  • Annual Society for Industrial/ Organizational Psychology Session: Why the ‘Opt Out’ Explanation is Insufficient: Subtle Messages Push Moms Out of Work • Eden King
  • An Open-Access, Active-Learning, Online Undergraduate Research Methods Course • Morton Gernsbacher
  • Teaching Traps, Transitions, and Connections: Providing Context to Make the Content Meaningful • Brooke Whisenhunt & Danae Hudson
  • The Pedagogical Power of Prediction • Krisstal Clayton
9:45–10:45 am: Concurrent Sessions VI
  • Controversial Conversations: Teaching in a Post-Truth World • Kate Richmond
  • Enhancing Mindful Awareness and Emotion Regulation in the Classroom: Insights from Multi-Course Multi-Semester Investigation • Sarah Rose Cavanagh
  • Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Session: People & Purpose: Highlighting Communal Aspects of Science Can Foster Diversity and Engagement • Amanda Diekmann
  • Ready for Work? Students’ & Working Adults’ Views about the Career-related Skills Learned at College • Tanya Martini
11:00 am–12:15 pm: Closing Session
  • 11:00 am–Noon: Closing Address: Annual Society for the Teaching of Psychology Session: Faith-based or Evidence-based Teaching: Are you a Zealot, Infidel or Gnostic? • David Daniel
Noon–12:15 pm: Closing Remarks and Announcement of Awards • Stephen Chew