Stress Conference 2018
Athens, Greece - June 2-4
Held at the Athens Gate Hotel
The 2018 conference will feature two distinguished keynote speakers: Michael Hughes (Virginia Tech) and Deborah Carr (Boston University). Previous keynote speakers have included Leonard Pearlin, Howard Kaplan, Ronald Kessler, Bruce Dohrenwend, George Brown, Robert Weiss, Michael Rutter, Hamilton McCubbin, Peggy Thoits, R. Jay Turner, Carol Aneshensel, Elizabeth Meneghan, Bruce Link, Blair Wheaton, James House, Allan Horwitz, William Avison, Linda George, Jane McLeod, Scott Schieman, David Williams, Chloe Bird, William Vega, and Deborah Umberson.
The final program will be based on the content of the submissions. Sessions involving the following themes are likely: childhood/adolescent stress and adversity; stressors across the life course; work and unemployment-related stressors; stress in family contexts; the stress of discrimination; stress processes and religion; gender and stress; race, ethnicity and culture; intersections of physical and mental health; catastrophic and traumatic stress; and neighborhood/place contexts of stress.
Call for Papers
Held at the Athens Gate HotelCALL FOR PAPERS
We invite you to submit either a complete paper or an extended abstract. In the case of abstracts, you must provide sufficient information for evaluation of the substance and scientific merit of the paper.
To be considered for presentation, please submit papers or extended abstracts by February 1, 2018. Send all papers/abstracts or requests for information to Catherine Moran at Catherine.Moran@unh.edu
2018 Keynote Speakers
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