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This is the official website for the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA).

SEPA is a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association (APA).


A big THANK YOU to the sponsors and exhibitors of the 63rd Annual Meeting !!

Click the play button to watch the 2017 Annual Meeting slide show!

 

2017 Sponsors:

Link to APA Web Site Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University

2017 Exhibitors:

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association Book Exhibit
  • Austin Peay State University
  • Biofeedback Resources International
  • BioPac Systems, Inc.
  • Clayton State University
  • Delta State University
  • Florida Department of Children and Families
  • Georgia School of Professional Psychology
  • Lee University Graduate Programs in Counseling
  • Marietta College
  • Mercer University College of Health Professions
  • MHM Service, Inc.
  • NOVA Southeastern University
  • Richmont Graduate University
  • Southern Adventist University
  • Psi Chi - International Honor Society in Psychology
  • U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps
  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Modern Psychological Studies
  • Veteran of Affairs’ Mental Health Services

64th SEPA Annual Meeting Advertisement.  Visit the Annual Meeting Info page for further details.

 

64th Annual Meeting Invited Speakers

Dr. Gary Bennett – Duke University
Dr. Bennett’s specific research areas are: Designing tests and disseminating digital obesity treatments. He is especially interested in integrating digital health treatments into the primary care setting. Dr. Bennett developed the interactive obesity treatment approach (iOTA); his recent work demonstrates the effectiveness of coach-led, digital obesity treatments. 

Dr. Anne Cleary – Colorado State University 
Dr. Cleary’s specific research areas are:  Recognition without cued recall, Tip-of-the-Tongue experiences and Déjà vu.

Dr. Paul Rozin – University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Rozin’s specific research areas are:  Cultural psychology with a focus on understand the role of food in human life, positive psychology, the meaning of “natural” and positive and negative memories.