WORKSHOPS



ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
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JULY 18, MONDAY

8:30-12:00                   Room: D5
WS ORG 1
JOB ANALYSIS: EVALUATING THE ABILITY REQUIREMENT OF JOBS.
Edwin A. FLEISHMAN; George Mason University, USA, & Claude LÉVY-
LEBOYER; René Descartes University, Paris, France, & Santiago
PEREDA, & Iñigo CUESTA, & Francisca BERROCAL, & Pedro SANZ;
Complutense University, Madrid, Spain.

16:30--19:30                 Room: D6
WS ORG 3
NEW DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORK PLACE
Arlyn H. MILLER; Philadelphia, USA



JULY 19, TUESDAY

8:30-19:30                   Room: D8
WS ORG 2
THE GROUP JOB HUNTING IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.
Antonio ORTI, & Pedro SOCORRO, & Francisco ROYO; G.B.E. COP-PV,
Valencia, & J. TOUS, & J. BOADA; Universidad Rovira I Virgili,
Tarragona, & Victor GARCIA; ARAÑA, Madrid, Spain, & N. MOLINA;
Universidad Uniandinos, Santiago de Chile, Chile

8:30-19:30                   Room: D5
WS ORG 4
16 PF: APPLICATION OF THE FIFTH EDITION IN ORGANISATIONAL
SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT
Wendy LORD; ASE, Windsor, U.K, & Nicolas SEISDEDOS; TEA
Ediciones, Madrid, Spain, & Isabelle GILLET; E.C.P.A., Paris,
France



JULY 20, WEDNESDAY

8:30-14:00                   Room: D5
WS ORG 5
A WORKSHOP ON META-ANALYSIS
Deniz S. ONES. University of Houston, & F. L. SCHMIDT, University
of Iowa, & C. VISWESVARAN, Florida International University, USA

14:30-19:30                  Room: D5
WS ORG 6
A WORKSHOP IN PERSONNEL SELECTION
Deniz S. ONES. University of Houston, & F. L. SCHMIDT, University
of Iowa, & C. VISWESVARAN, Florida International University, USA









PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
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JULY 18,  MONDAY

8:30-12:30                   Room: D6
WS ASS 1
THE SON-R 2½-7, A NEW NONVERBAL INTELLIGENCE TEST FOR YOUNG
CHILDREN: METHODOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS
Peter TELLEGEN & Jaap LAROS; University of Groningen, The
Netherlands

8:30-19:30                   Room: D7
WS ASS 2
ASSESSMENT OF TRAUMATIC LIFE EXPERIENCE REACTION: DIAGNOSIS AND
TREATMENT OF POST TLE CONDITIONS USING ASSESSMENT THERAPY
Wilfred A. CASELL; Anchorage, Alaska,& Ann M. O'ROARK; St.
Petersburg, Florida, USA, & B. Lal DUBEY; New Delhi, India, &
Roseline DAVIDO; París, France. 

JULY 19, TUESDAY

8:30-14:00                   Room: D7
WS ASS 3
EXPERT SPECIFIC SOFTWARE FOR RORSCHACH TEST INTERPRETATION.
Dolores LOPEZ, & A. SCHACK; Centro Agora, & F. ORTUÑO & J. BRAVO;
Hospital La Paz, Madrid, Spain.

8:30-12:30                   Room: D6
WS ASS 4
CROSS-CULTURAL STANDARDIZATION OF TEMAS IN USA AND FOUR DIFFERENT
HISPANIC CULTURES.
Giuseppe COSTANTINO; Fordham University, & Robert MALGADY; New
York University, &  Marisa BORGES-COSTANTINO; NYC Board of
Education, New York, USA, & Maria CASULLO; CNICT, Buenos Aires,
Argentina.

14:30-19:30                  Room: D7
WS ASS 5
A NOVEL DYNAMIC-INTERACTIVE APPROACH IN ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING
SKILLS WITH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN.
David TZURIEL; Bar Ilan University, Barilum, Israel.

17,30-19,30                  Room: D6
WS ASS 6
PETER PICTORIAL EVALUATION OF TEST REACTIONS: RATIONAL, CLINICAL
USE AND THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS
Yosi TOUBIANA; Tel-Aviv University, Petach Tikvah, Israel

13:00-17:00                  Room: D6
WS ASS 7
THE DIVORCE PROCESS - THERAPEUTIC ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTIONS
Florence KASLOW; Kaslow Associates, West Palm Bech, Florida, USA

EDUCATIONAL, INSTRUCTIONAL AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 21, THURSDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D6 WS EDC 1 THE COGNITIVE-DEVELOPMENTAL SYSTEMS APPROACH WITH AUSTISTIC AND PERVASEVELY DISORDERED CHILDREN Arnold MILLER, & Eileen ELLER-MILLER; Languaje & Cognitive Developmental Center, Boston, USA 8:30-12:30 Room: D6 WS EDC 3 HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR TALENTS: THE PROCESS OF FOSTERING CREATIVITY IN SCHOOL Paul ROEDERS, & Eva GEFFERTH; Europäische Akademie für Lernmethodik, Erkelnz, Germany JULY 22, FRIDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D5 WS EDC 2 PROTECTED SEX AND AIDS Selma GONZALEZ, Selma; Facultad de Psicología, U.N.A.M., Mexico D.F., Mexico.
CLINICAL AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 18, MONDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D10 WS CLN 1 QUETZALCOATL, CORTÉZ Y LA MALINCHE: WHAT CAN WE LERN FROM THEM IN COUNSELING LATINOS Jorge CHERBOSQUE; University of California, Los Angeles, USA 8:30-19,30 Room: D11 WS CLN 2 DRUG PREVENTION PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT Tomás CARRASCO GIMENEZ; Universidad de Granada, Granda, Spain. 8:30-13,30 Room: D5 WS CLN 5 A SYSTEMIC APPROACH WITH A GROUP OF CRONIC PATIENTS. Fabio VISMARA, & M. TIRELLI, & A. MOSCONI; Ospedale Dei Colli- Padova, Padova, Italy. 9:00-17:00 Room: D9 WS CLN 6 PSYCHOLOGY, HIV, AND SPMI (SEROUSLY AND PERSISTENTLY MENTALLY ILL) Robert BAIRD, & Carl HAYDEN; V.A. Medical Center, Phoenix, USA. 16:30-19:30 Room: D5 WS CLN 7 A BEHAVIOR MEDICINE THERAPY PROGRAM FOR SHORTERM TREATMENT OF PANIC DISORDER + AGORAPHOBIA. Sigrun SCHMIDT-TRAUB, & K. BAMLER; University of Essen, Essen, Germany. 8:30-19:30 Room: D9 WS CLN 13 TRAUMA, DISSOCIATION AND MULTIPLE PERSONALITY Eli SOMER, & Liora SOMER; Israel Institute for Treatment and Prevention of Stress, Haifa, Israel JULY 19, TUESDAY 8:30-12:30 Room: D4 WS CLN 4 BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF SEXUAL DISORDERS J. Carlos SIERRA; Universidad de Granada, Spain 8:30-19:30 Room: D9 WS CLN 8 THE CLINICAL USE OF THE HOLTZMAN INKBLOT TECHNIQUE. Evelyn HILL; Baltimore, USA. 8:30-19:30 Room: D10 WS CLN 9 A GESTALT APPROACH TO APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY. Carol STEVENS; New York, USA. 13:00-16:00 Room: D11 WS CLN 10 THE AFFECTIVE COMPONENT OF PAIN: FROM EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE TO CLINICAL APPLICATIONS. Ephren FERNANDEZ; Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA. 13:00-17:00 Room: D4 WS CLN 11 INNER SELF THERAPY. Rajendra SRIVASTAVA; Arizona, USA. 16:30-19:30 Room: D11 WS CLN 12 A CONTEMPORARY REMODELLING IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Francis MACNAB; The Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne, Australia. JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 8:30-13:30 Room: D4 WS CLN 3 SECRETS OF RELATING- A COLLABORATIVE MODEL FOR HELPING SHY OR SECRETIVE TEENAGERS. Evelyn M. FIELD; Melbourne, Australia.
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 8:30-15:30 Room: D9 WS HLT 1 YOGA AND MEDITATION IN PSYCHOTHERAPY AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY Colleen DREYFUS; Charter Oak Terrace Rice Heights Health Center, Hartford CT, USA JULY 21, THURSDAY 10:00-19,30 Room: D8 WS HLT 2 VOICE AND MOVEMENT Alicia MIGONI RODRIGUEZ, & Rosa M. CORDOBA ALVAREZ; Universidad Autónoma Nacional de Mexico, Mexico D.F. , Mexico JULY 22, FRIDAY 14:30-19:00 Room: D7 WS HLT 3 THE IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION ON HEALTH- CROSSCULTURAL PERSPECTIVES Zoubida GUERNINA; University of Humberside, Hull, U.K.
ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 21, THURSDAY 8:30-14:00 Room: D9 WS ECN 1 THE ONTOPSYCHOLOGYCAL CINEMA-THERAPY AS INSTRUMENT OF INVESTIGATION FOR A LEADERISTIC PSYCHOL0GY. Marcelo BRUOGNOLO, & Mauro ROSSANA; International Association of Ontopsychology, Milano, Italy. PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW +----------------------------------+ JULY 21, THURSDAY 15:30-19:30 Room: D7 WS LAW 1 THE COGNITIVE MODEL OF HE PROSOCIAL THINKING FOR THE OFFENDER TREATMENT Vicente GARRIDO GENOVES; Universidad de Valencia, Spain POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 17,30-19,30 Room: D8 WS PLT 1 CRITICAL DETERMINANTS OF THE PATHWAYS TO PEACE AND TO WAR. Susan HEITLER; Rose Medical Center, Denver, USA. PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE +----------------------------------+ JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D7 WS LNG 1 NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: PEDAGOGICAL AND RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Fernando POYATOS; University of New Brunswick, Canada
EVALUATION RESEARCH +----------------------------------+ JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D6 WS EVR 1 STANDARDIZED OBSERVATION CODES III: OBSERVATIONAL DATA ANALYSES Gemma PONS SALVADOR, & Dolores FRIAS NAVARRO; Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain SPORT PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ JULY 21, THURSDAY 8:30-11:30 Room: D7 WS SPT 1 PERFORMANCE EMOTIONS IN TOP SPORTS: AN IDIOGRAPHIC APPROACH. Yuri HANIN; Research Institute for Olympic Sports, Jyvaskyla, Finland. 12:00-15:00 Room: D7 WS SPT 2 A GROWTH-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SKILLS TRAINING IN SPORTS Daniel MARTINEZ-ORTIZ & Ivette NAVAS, & Amanda HERNANDEZ SOTO; Caribbean Center for Advanced Studies, San Juan, Puerto Rico PSYCHOLOGY IN SOCIAL SERVICES +----------------------------------+ JULY 21, THURSDAY 13:00-16:00 Room: D6 WS SCS 1 THE HEALING POWER OF LAUGHTER Monika TSAKANIKA; McGill University, Montreal, Canada 17:00-19:00 Room: D6 WS SCS 2 TRICHOTILLOMANIA: A CASE STUDY Monika TSAKANIKA; McGill University, Montreal, Canada JULY 21, FRIDAY 8:30-13:30 Room: D6 WS SCS 3 THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ELDERLY Monika TSAKANIKA; McGill University, Montreal, Canada 14:00-17:00 Room: D6 WS SCS 4 HELPING THE CULTURALLY DIFFERENT Monika TSAKANIKA; McGill University, Montreal, Canada GENERAL APPLIED FIELDS +----------------------------------+ JULY 18, MONDAY 8:30-19:30 Room: D8 WS GNR 1 THE THEORY OF THE SINERGICONES (Formulation of a General Theory of the Conduct..) Walter H. BRUCKMAN; Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Cayey, Puerto Rico JULY 20, WEDNESDAY 8:30-12:30 Room: D8 WS GNR 3 THE USE OF COMPUTER CONFERENCING FOR MANAGING THE TRANSFER OF TRAINING IN ORGANIZATIONS Carmen COMPAGNI; Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (MEC), Madrid, Spain 13:00-19:00 Room: D8 WS GNR 4 ALCOHOL PROBLEMS IN THE WORK PLACE: STRATEGIES FOR EARLY INTERVENTION. Fanny DUCKERT; University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway. 15:00-19:30 Room: D7 WS GNR 5 EXPLORATION OF COGNILÙIVE PROCESSES THROUGH A COMPUTARIZED SYSTEM. Pablo RIOS-CABRERA; Universidad El Paraiso, Caracas, Venezuela. 16:30-19:30 Room:D9 WS GNR 6 THE WALT DISNEY CREATIVITY STRATEGY Isabel FUENTES; Syntax, Los Gatos, California, USA JULY 22, FRIDAY 8,30-12,30 Room: D10 WS GNR 2 COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGY OF FOOD DESIGN. David BOOTH, & R. FREEMAN, & J. BRUNSTROM; University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, U.K., & Mª Teresa COELLO; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, & Alicia RIOS, Madrid, Spain 8:30-13:00 Room: D7 WS GNR 7 PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE: THE UNCONSCIOUS MEANING OF THE ORGANIC ILLNESS Maria B. MÜLLER de AMATO; EPSI, CIAPSI, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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