The 2010 SPSP Teaching Pre-Conference
January 2010 -------Las Vegas, NV------
8.00 a.m. to 4.35 p.m.


Welcome to the homepage for the Society for Social and Personality Psychology Preconference on Teaching.  Starting from humble but strong beginnings in 2003, supported by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, and organized by Neil Lutsky (Carleton College, see history below), the Teaching Preconference has grown in strength.  It continues to draw a solid group of enthusiastic social/personality psychologists who are interested in teaching.  Come join us next January in NV.  Graduate students and new faculty are especially welcome.
                                          Saul Kassin                             

KEYNOTE  Dana Dunn, Moravian College                     Afternoon Keynote: Saul Kassin, John Jay College

Also featuring:
    Drew Christopher, Albion College:        Publishing in the Teaching of Psychology
    Beth Morling, University of Delaware:  Teaching Research Methods for Consumers of Information

2010 Preconference Organizers:  Kate Burns & Regan A. R. Gurung (Univ. of Wisconsin-Green Bay)


2010 Schedule


Regan A. R. Gurung, Ph.D.  E-mail:

Kate Burns, Ph.D.  E-mail:



History:  Previous Teaching PreConferences:

2003 Los Angeles

2004 Austin, TX

2005 New Orleans, LA

2006 Palm Springs, CA

2007 Memphis, TN

2008 Albuquerque, NM

2009 Tampa, FL