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Tue, 25 Oct 2016 14:20:25 -0400
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We would like to invite you to the first preconference on the Psychology of Technology at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2017. <> The preconference will take place on Thursday, January 19, 2017 in San Antonio, TX. You can find more information about the talks and the preconference by clicking here <>.

We bring together cutting-edge psychological research in human-computer and human-robot interactions to explore the psychological, social, and moral implications of living in an ever more computerized world. In addition to the speakers, data blitz and poster sessions will allow attendees to showcase their current research.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: You can apply to give a data blitz talk or poster by submitting your abstract here <>. The data blitz talks are designed to highlight the work of advanced PhD students, as well as both early career and advanced researchers. Poster submissions are open to all. The submission portal will close on December 2, 2016. You will be notified by December 15 whether your submission was successful. Data blitz and poster presenters must be registered for the conference.

AWARDS: Thanks to generous support from USC’s Marshall School of Business <>, PhD students submitting posters or data blitz talks are eligible to win one of five travel awards—a grand prize of $400 and four additional awards of $200. To be eligible, the PhD student must be the first author on the research. You can submit your abstract by clicking here <>. 

REGISTRATION: Online registration is open <>. Register for both SPSP and this preconference to receive a $25 discount.


Jeffrey Hancock (Stanford University) <>
Ethan Kross (University of Michigan) <>
Diana Tamir (Princeton University) <>
Susan Holtzman (University of British Columbia) <>
Azim Shariff, University of Oregon <>
Jesse Graham, University of Southern California <>
Bertram Malle, Brown University <>
David Pizarro, Cornell University <>
Adam Waytz, Northwestern University <> 


We look forward to seeing you in San Antonio! 


The Organizing Committee

Kostadin Kushlev, University of Virginia, <>
Juliana Schroeder, University of California, Berkeley, <>
Nathanael Fast, University of Southern California, <>


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