NECTOP Conference

Through an open and supportive exchange of ideas comes greatness.

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NECTOP Conference

Thanks for your interest in NEPA and NECTOP. We are currently exploring how to deliver the Fall 2022 conference (in-person, virtual, or hybrid) in October or early November. Once we have a plan and date we will communicate that, likely in early April. Calls for programming will come out a little later this year, but we are excited to see you present at NEPA and/or NECTOP
The Northeast Conference for Teachers of Psychology provides a forum in which attendees can discuss important issues in the teaching of psychology.

Our conferences feature nationally known speakers and experienced teachers who share their creativity within a vibrant and informative program.

NECTOP provides attendees with a comprehensive, yet concise, exchange of ideas in an inviting and attractive New England setting.

This is a fantastic opportunity for dedicated instructors to discuss teaching techniques and to share their experiences, concerns, challenges, and successes.
It is also an opportunity for teachers to share, learn, and consider how they can enhance their abilities to help their students enter, explore, and master the world of psychology.
The awards program is designed to recognize individuals with outstanding undergraduate records in psychology and to encourage promising students to pursue careers in the discipline. 
We offer separate award categories for students attending 2-year and 4-year institutions.  


Q: Can I bring a supporting guest to NECTOP and/or NEPA?

A: We welcome presenters and attendees to bring a guest to come to NEPA to support each other for presentations and to learn about psychological science. To help offset administrative and conference expenses associated with extra guests, guests will be asked to make a $5-10 donation to NEPA.

Q: I can no longer come to NECTOP and/or NEPA, can I get a refund?

A: The fee you pay for NEPA includes your membership as well as your conference registration. Therefore, the registration fee is non-refundable at this time. If there is some extenuating circumstance, you can reach out to the Association Coordinator ( or the Treasurer (

Many organizations support teachers of psychology with resources and networking opportunities. Psychology teachers may be interested in exploring their resources and membership opportunities.

Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools 

Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges 


Association Coordinator’s
Mailing address:

Michael Amico, Ph.D.
Housatonic Community College
900 Lafayette Blvd
256 Beacon Hall
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: 203-362-5163


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.