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31st Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; 2005

Program by Special Events: Sunday, May 29, 2005


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Special Event #113
ABA Program Committee Meeting
Sunday, May 29, 2005
8:00 AM–8:50 AM
Private Dining Room 1 (3rd floor)
Domain: Applied Research
Chair: Ramona Houmanfar (University of Nevada, Reno)
Abstract: ABA Program Committee Meeting
 
AUT:
JACK SCOTT (Florida Atlantic University)
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BPH:
AMY ODUM (Utah State University)
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CBM:
KELLY G. WILSON (University of Mississippi)
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CSE:
JANET ELLIS (University of North Texas), Maria R. Ruiz (Rollins College)
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DDA:
KENT JOHNSON (Morningside Academy)
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DEV:
JACOB L. GEWIRTZ (Florida International University), Martha Pelaez (Florida International University)
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EAB:
WILLIAM L. PALYA (Jacksonville State University)
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EDC:
TIMOTHY A. SLOCUM (Utah State University)
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OBM:
JOHN AUSTIN (Western Michigan University)
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TBA:
THOMAS A. BRIGHAM (Washington State University)
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TPC:
DAVID C. PALMER (Smith College)
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VRB:
GENAE HALL (Behavior Analysis & Intervention Services)
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Special Event #124
Tai Chi for Health and Relaxation
Sunday, May 29, 2005
8:00 AM–8:50 AM
Private Dining Room 2 (3rd floor)
Chair: Jill L. Basso (Private practice)
The purpose of this class is to introduce participants to the art of Tai Chi Chuan. Tai Chi is an ancient, meditative artial art, originating in China, good for health, relaxation and self-defense. Practiced in this country primarily for its health benefits, tai chi is a series of postures that assists with accessing the meridians/pathways in the body to help with chi (energy) flow and relaxation. Tai chi assists one in focusing and balancing energy. It is useful to bring relaxation and balance during a weekend of sedentary (sitting or standing) activities and strenuous intellectual challenges, that may bring tension and stiffness. Wear loose and comfortable clothes.
 
 
Special Event #248
Presidential Scholar's Address
Sunday, May 29, 2005
4:30 PM–5:30 PM
International North (2nd floor)
Chair: Linda J. Parrott Hayes (University of Nevada, Reno)
William Wimsatt, PhD (University of Chicago)
 

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