#MediaPsy2020 Be a part of the conversation that builds a better post-pandemic future.June 23, 20201 min read
We are facing a new normal—a global cultural reset. Media and technology have become the lifelines to work, healthcare, education, entertainment, social and interpersonal ties, and commerce. They also expose social disparities and challenges.
Scholars and practitioners at the nexus of psychology, media, and technology have a unique opportunity to redefine normal and promote the role of psychology, social justice and human flourishing in the structures and content that support recovery.
Keynote speakers include:
- Bettina Sherick - SVP, Worldwide Consumer Insights and Audience Analytics on the Digital Marketing team for Warner Bros.
- Ellen Peters, PhD - Director of the Center for Science Communication Research
The Media Psychology Symposium is a virtual conference. Participants can take part July 16 and 17 from anywhere online and from anywhere.
Interested in learning more?
Jerri Lynn Hogg is a media psychologist and the Director of Fielding Graduate University’s Media Psychology program. She is the 2015 president for the American Psychological Associations’ Society for Media Psychology and Technology, and co-author of Mad Men Unzipped: Fans on Sex, Love, and the Sixties on TV.
Dr. Hogg is available to speak with media about Fielding’s virtual media psychology symposium – simply click on her icon to arrange an interview.
Jerri Lynn Hogg, PhD Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology
Passionate leader of media psychology and technology for good