Meeting at APA/Boston

August 1999

RadPsyNet Schedule
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RadPsyNet members at this summer's American Psychological Association convention in Boston again held two meetings. We discussed issues of common concern and made decisions about RadPsyNet's projects, structure, and direction. It was good to put faces behind some of the names.

We also made our annual dinner trek, this time to Bangkok City Restaurant. Great food!

Reports of past meetings

RadPsyNet Schedule

Friday, August 20, 1999
Marriott Hotel Grand Salon H

3:00-4:00 PM

RadPsyNet Information Meeting

At this meeting we met the new people, gave them a short history of RadPsyNet, and outlined some issues facing the group. It was good to see a blend of old and new members.

Dennis Fox & Isaac Prilleltensky

4:00-4:50 PM

RadPsyNet Priorities

Isaac and Stephanie presented their values-based analysis of critical psychology in relation to RadPsyNet's goal.

Isaac Prilleltensky & Stephanie Austin

Saturday, August 21, 1999
Marriott Hotel Grand Salon D

1:00-2:00 PM

Teaching & Student Issues

General discussion of issues confronted by critical students in mainstream departments and critical faculty teaching mainstream students.

2:00-2:50 PM

Business Meeting

Primary focus was on coordination of the website and email discussion list. We agreed to investigate reducing the overlap between this site and the new Critical Psychology Network 's site in Australia by determining which of our sections can be moved to the Crit site (e.g, conference notices, teaching materials). We also decided to develop alternative means of comunicating among small working groups, not dependent on the existing email discussion list (which has become too active and/or tangential for many RadPsyNet members to stay involved with).

Dan Aalbers


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