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Day 1: Wednesday July 20, 2016
9:00am - 4:00pm  IARR Board Meeting
City Hall Room
5:00 - 7:00pm  Welcome Reception
Osgoode East and West
7:00 - 8:00pm  Keynote Address: Harry Reis
Osgoode East and West
 
Day 2: Thursday July 21, 2016
8:15 - 9:30am  Session 1: Associations Among Relationship Problems and Internalizing Problems in Adolescence and Early Adulthood: The Role of Friendship
Linden Room
  Session 2: Advances in Interdependence Theory
Osgoode East and West
  Session 3: Coregulation and dysregulation in romantic attachments
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 4: Personality predictors of self-disclosure and its consequences for relationships
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 5: Violence and Abuse in Relationships I
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 6: Parent-Child Dynamics
Yorkville Room
  Session 7: Sexuality in Relationships I
Cedar Room
9:30 - 10:30am  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
10:00 - 11:00am  Keynote Address: Deborah Kashy
Osgoode East and West
11:15am - 12:30pm  Session 8: The critical role of interpersonal expectations for interpersonal outcomes
Osgoode East and West
  Session 9: Motivation matters: A self-determination theory perspective on romantic relationships
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 10: Coping together: Benefits of communal coping among couples with chronic illness
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 11: Understanding Infidelity
Linden Room
  Session 12: Memory, and Relationship Processes in Older Couples
Yorkville Room
  Session 13: Culture and Relationships I
Cedar Room
  Session 14: Attachment and Relationship Processes I
Sheraton Hall C
12:30 - 1:30pm  Lunch
  Poster session 1
Sheraton Hall E
1:30 - 2:45pm  Session 15: New Directions in the Study of Bias in Interpersonal Perceptions
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 16: How social media can maximize your research presence
Osgoode East and West
  Session 17: The role of attachment in couple relationship functioning: Establishment, intimate partner violence, and adjustment to divorce and separation
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 18: The use of Facebook in Relationships
Yorkville Room
  Session 19: LGB Relationship Processes
Linden Room
  Session 20: Loneliness
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 21: Relationship Maintenance I
Cedar Room
2:45 - 3:15pm  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
3:15 - 4:30pm  Session 22: Sharing your research with the public: Tips and tricks for interacting with the media
Osgoode East and West
  Session 23: Saying “Yes!” and saying “I do.”: The effects of engagements, wedding planning, & weddings on couples’ relationships
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 24: Exploring the past and the present: The influence of environmental predictability on parenting decisions and romantic relationship outcomes
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 25: Maximizing social support's benefits: The who, when, what, why and how
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 26: Relationship Maintenance II
Linden Room
  Session 27: Pornography and Relationships
Cedar Room
  Session 28: Conflict and Communication
Yorkville Room
4:45 - 5:45pm  Keynote Address: David Schmitt
Osgoode East and West
6:00 - 7:00pm  Poster session 2
Sheraton Hall E
 
Day 3: Friday July 22, 2016
8:15 - 9:30am  Session 29: The interplay between sex and relationships: Attachment, sexuality, and relationship difficulties
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 30: Ready to launch: Strategies for early career success
Osgoode East and West
  Session 31: Post-partum depression/distress, pregnancy and cohabitation, and divorce
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 32: Parenting I
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 33: Violence and Abuse in Relationships II
Linden Room
  Session 34: Relationship Maintenance III
Yorkville Room
  Session 35: Methodological Considerations for Studying Relationship Processes
Cedar Room
9:30 - 10:00am  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
10:00 - 11:00am  Keynote Address: William Fisher
Osgoode East and West
11:15am - 12:30pm  Session 36: Changes in relationship quality and functioning in different relationship types: Dating, stable, and interacial couple
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 37: Sexual fantasy
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 38: Commitment processes in dating relationships: Multidimensionality, concordance, and social network approval
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 39: Jealousy, guilt, support, and benevolent sexism: Myriad effects of attachment anxiety
Osgoode East and West
  Session 40: Attachment and Relationship Processes II
Linden Room
  Session 41: Culture and Relationships: II
Cedar Room
  Session 42: Focus on the Self in Relationships
Yorkville Room
12:30 - 3:15pm  Free time to explore the sights, tastes and sounds of Toronto
3:15 - 4:30pm  Session 43: For better or for worse: Positive and negative influences of close relationships on health behavior
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 44: Intra- and interpersonal regulation in couples: Intensive longitudinal studies capturing dyadic processes
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 45: Beyond the College classroom: The important role of sex and relationship researchers in large scale educational efforts
Osgoode East and West
  Session 46: Researching interaction relational behavior: Measures and methods
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 47: Health and Relationships
Linden Room
  Session 48: Finding and Meeting Potential Partners
Cedar Room
  Session 49: Mixed Session I
Yorkville Room
4:45 - 6:00pm  Session 50: Sexuality and Relationships II
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 51: Nurtured Healthy: Disentangling how relationships predict physical health across the lifespan
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 52: Monogamy, maintenance, and managing attraction to others in intimate relationships
Osgoode East and West
  Session 53: Race and Relationships
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 54: Empathic Accuracy
Yorkville Room
  Session 55: HIV in a Relationship Context
Cedar Room
  Session 56: What is “normal” anyhow? Experiences of the parent-child relationship when the child is living with a chronic health condition
Linden Room
6:15 - 7:15pm  Poster session 3
Sheraton Hall E
  Business Meeting
Cedar Room
 
Day 4: Saturday July 23, 2016
8:15 - 9:30am  Session 57: Critical approaches to the study of marriage and the family
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 58: Understanding non-marital romantic relationship breakups among young people
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 59: Parenting II
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 60: Comparisons in Relationships
Yorkville Room
  Session 61: Sexuality and Relationships III
Cedar Room
  Session 62: Relationship Maintenance IV
Linden Room
  Session 63: Coping and Stress
Osgoode East and West
9:30 - 10:00am  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
10:00 - 11:00am  Keynote Address: Sandra Petronio
Osgoode East and West
11:15am - 12:30pm  Session 64: Negative aspects of spousal ties
Osgoode East and West
  Session 65: Merged minds: Shared reality and epistemic needs in close relationships
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 66: Relationship Maintenance V
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 67: Stress and Coping, Risky Sexual Behaviour, and Sexual Satisfaction
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 68: Relationships, the Military, and the Workplace
Yorkville Room
  Session 69: Conflict and Coping
Cedar Room
  Session 70: Focus on Families
Linden Room
12:30 - 1:30pm  Lunch
  Poster session 4
Sheraton Hall E
1:30 - 2:45pm  Session 71: Expressive suppression within interpersonal contexts: Personal and relational costs across social interactions and across time
Osgoode East and West
  Session 72: Acceptance in romantic relationships
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 73: The influence of family and friends on relationship processes and outcomes
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 74: Relationship Maintenance VI
Yorkville Room
  Session 75: Violence and Abuse in Relationships III
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 76: The Transition to Parenthood
Cedar Room
  Session 77: Sexuality and Relationships IV
Linden Room
2:45 - 3:15pm  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
3:15 - 4:15pm  Keynote Address: Daniel Perlman
Osgoode East and West
4:30 - 5:45pm  Session 78: From family dynamics to biology: New research on the central role of responsiveness in close relationships
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 79: Common fate, relationship identity and relationship processes: How relationship identity affects individual and couple-level processes
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 80: Relationship Maintenance VII
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 81: Dealing with Unique Problems in Relationships
Yorkville Room
  Session 82: Speed Dating, Relationship Quality over Time, and Drinking in New Marriages
Cedar Room
  Session 83: Attachment and Relationship Processes III
Linden Room
7:00 - 11:30pm  Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony
Osgoode East and West
 
Day 5: Sunday July 24, 2016
8:15 - 9:30am  Session 84: The nature, measurement and correlates of staff-child relationships/interactions in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) settings
Osgoode East and West
  Session 85: Relationship Maintenance VIII
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 86: Relationship Maintenance IX
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 87: The Self, Reflection, and Revenge in Close Relationships
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 88: Relationship Education Programs, Emotion in Relationships, Mental Illness, and Sexual Narcissism
Cedar Room
  Session 89: Promoting Positive Relationship Perceptions, and Fluctuations of Perceptions and Health
Linden Room
  Session 90: Mixed Session II
Yorkville Room
9:30 - 10:00am  Coffee Break
Sheraton Hall E
10:00 - 11:15am  Session 91: No strings attached: Adult attachment and social surrogate use
Osgoode East and West
  Session 92: Relationship Maintenance X
Sheraton Hall A
  Session 93: Relationship Maintenance XI
Sheraton Hall B
  Session 94: Mixed Session III
Sheraton Hall C
  Session 95: Social and Physical Pain, Nostalgia, and Reasons for Condom Use
Cedar Room
  Session 96: Mixed Session IV
Linden Room
  Session 97: Mixed Session V
Yorkville Room
11:30am - 12:30pm  Poster session 5
Sheraton Hall E
 
 


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