UND Psychology to address behavioral health in Indian Country at its annual Northern Lights Conference, Saturday, Oct. 18


David L. Dodds

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The University of North Dakota Psychology Department will host its annual Northern Lights Conference on Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Memorial Union on campus.

The conference includes a panel discussion on "Behavioral Health Challenges in Indian Country: The INPSYDE Story," which will take place at the lecture bowl of the Memorial Union, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, on Saturday.

Also, this year's keynote speaker will be Scott O. Lilienfeld, clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Emory University. The title of his address is, "Is Psychology a Science? Confronting Public Perceptions and Misperceptions of the Study of Human Nature." The keynote address is set for 3:30 p.m.

All conference events are open to the general public.