New England Psychological Association

The New England Psychological Association (NEPA) was incorporated in 1963 and is a regional association for psychological science.

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OUR MISSION

NEPA is dedicated to the advancement of psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare. NEPA in partnership with NECTOP hosts an annual meeting each fall that includes invited addresses, symposia, workshops, papers, and posters on the topics of psychological science research and teaching.

About NEPA

The New England Psychological Association (NEPA) was incorporated in 1963 and is a regional association for psychological science. NEPA partners with the Northeastern Conference for the Teaching of Psychology (NECTOP).

 

Our primary purpose is to bring those interested in psychological science and the teaching of psychology together annually with an annual conference that focuses on empirical research in psychological science as well as best practices and innovations in teaching.

CONFERENCE

Leadership Team

Adam M. Volungis, Ph.D.

Adam M. Volungis, Ph.D.

President

Len Doerfler, Ph.D.

Len Doerfler, Ph.D.

Past-President

Sue K. Adams, Ph.D.

Sue K. Adams, Ph.D.

Past-President

Jeanine Skorinko, Ph.D.

Jeanine Skorinko, Ph.D.

Treasurer

Ashleigh Hillier, Ph.D.

Ashleigh Hillier, Ph.D.

Secratary of NEPA

CONTACT

Association Coordinator’s
Mailing address:

Michael Amico, Ph.D.
Housatonic Community College
900 Lafayette Blvd
256 Beacon Hall
Bridgeport, CT 06604

NEPsychological@gmail.com
Phone: 203-362-5163

ABOUT

The New England Psychological Association presents invited addresses, symposia, workshops, papers and posters at annual autumn meetings held in the six New England states, usually on a college campus.