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Day 1:  Wednesday, 4 August 2010

TIME
FORMAT
CONTENT
08.30 onwards
Registration
09.00–12.00
Workshops
Pre-Conference Workshops
  1. “How to Get Published, p < .05”, Joachim Stoeber, Chief Editor, Anxiety, Stress & Coping
  2. “Mediation and Moderation Analysis”, Changiz Mohiyeddini, Roehampton University, UK
  3. “Coping Theory and Interventions Across the Lifespan”, Erica Frydenberg, University of Melbourne, Australia
11.30–12.30
STAR Board Meeting (Closed session)
12.45–13.00
Plenary Session
Opening Ceremony
13.00–13.30
Plenary Session
STAR Presidential Address:
  • Informed Consent: What Does This Really Mean?
    Kate Moore, Charles Darwin University, Australia
13.30–15.10
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A:  Communities Under Stress
  • B:  Dyadic Coping and Adaptation at Times of Distress (Symposium)
  • C:  Individual Differences and Coping
15.10–15.30
Social
Tea/coffee
15.30–16.10
Plenary Session
STAR Early Career Award Address:
  • “Psychosocial Factors at Work and Health: Empirical Evidence from China”
    Jian Li, University of Wuppertal, Germany
16.10–17.30
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Emotional Suppression, Health, and Performance (Symposium)
  • B: Evaluating Interventions
  • C: Stress and Anxiety Across the Lifespan
17.30–18.30
Plenary Session
Keynote Address:
  • Stressful Effects of Where You Live: Studying the Influence of Neighborhood Context Over Time
    Daniel W. Russell, Iowa State University, USA
Evening
Social
Welcome Reception

Day 2:  Thursday, 5 August 2010

TIME
FORMAT
CONTENT
08.30–09.30
Plenary Session
The Distinguished Spielberger Address:
  • “How Does Anxiety Affect Cognition?”
    Michael Eysenck, Royal Holloway, University of London & Roehampton University, UK
09.30–10.50
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Social Support: Processes and Outcomes
  • B: Clinical Contexts
  • C: Anxiety and Performance
  • D: Psychophysiological Stress Responsivity
10.50–11.10
Social
Tea/coffee
11.10–12.15
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Successful Coping with Shared Trauma Rests on Collective Action (Symposium)
  • B: Personality, Uncertainty, and Well-being in the New Millennium (Symposium)
  • C: Youth and Adolescents Living in a Conflictual Violent Area: Coping Resources and Emotional Distress (Symposium)
12.15–13.15
Plenary Session
Keynote Address:
  • “The Measurement of Emotions”
    Charles Spielberger, University of South Florida, USA
13.15–14.20
Social
Lunch
14.20–15.40
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Current Issues in Repressive Coping and Health (Symposium)
  • B: High-Risk Work Environments
  • C: Individual Differences and Anxiety
  • D: Occupational Stress in Care Staff
15.40-16.00
Social
Tea/coffee
16.00–16.30
Plenary Session
Meet the Editors:
  • Editors of Anxiety, Stress, & Coping
16.30–18.10
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Stress at School, Part 1 (Symposium)
  • B: Biomedical and Health Contexts
  • C: Occupational and Life Stress
  • D: Well-being and Adjustment
18.10–18.45
STAR National Representatives Meeting (Closed session)
Evening
Social
Conference Banquet

Day 3:  Friday, 6 August 2010

TIME
FORMAT
CONTENT
09.00–10.00
Plenary Session
Keynote Address:
  • “Hemodynamic Profile as a Method for Characterising Blood Pressure Responses to Stress”
    Jack James, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
10.00–11.20
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Positive Growth and Development: From Distress to Coping Across the Lifespan (Symposium)
  • B: Physiological Aspects of Stress and Anxiety
  • C: Trauma and Chronic Stress
11.20–11.35
Social
Tea/coffee
11.35–13.15
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Stress at School, Part 2 (Symposium)
  • B: Family Dynamics and Relationships
  • C: Stress and Anxiety in Education
13.15–14.20
Social
Lunch
14.20–15.40
Parallel Sessions
Oral/Poster Presentations
  • A: Perfectionism and Positive and Negative Outcomes: Stress and Coping Processes as Mediators and Moderators (Symposium)
  • B: Youth and Adolescence
  • C: Students and Study
15.40–16.00
Social
Tea/coffee
16.00–17.00
Plenary Session
Keynote Address:
  • “Chronic and Acute Stress: Their Varying Effects on Inflammatory and Infectious Disease”
    Douglas Carroll, University of Birmingham, UK
17.00–17.45
Plenary Session
Closing Ceremony (including Business Meeting)
Evening
Social
Free night (recommended pubs & clubs)
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