Appendix A
Agenda

U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Psychological Science presents


International Collaborations in Social and Behavioral Sciences Research


(Sponsored by the National Science Foundation)


October 5-6, 2006

Northwestern University

Norris University Center

1999 Campus Drive

Evanston, IL


What makes a successful collaboration?

What are the benefits of international collaborative research?

What are the barriers or challenges?

AGENDA

October 5, 2006


8:30-Noon

Welcome and Introductions

Suzanne Bennett-Johnson, Chair, Steering Committee



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appendix a agenda U.s. national Committee for the International Union of psychological science presents International Collaborations in social and behavioral sciences Research (sponsored by the national science foundation) october 5-6, 2006 northwestern University norris University Center 1999 Campus drive evanston, Il what makes a successful collaboration? what are the benefits of international collaborative research? what are the barriers or challenges? AgENDA October , 00 8:30-Noon Welcome and Introductions Suzanne Bennett-Johnson, Chair, Steering Committee 

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0 APPEndIX A SESSION I WHy ARE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH COLLAbORATIONS IMPORTANT? Jacqueline Goodnow, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia Panel Discussion large-scale datasets, L. Rowell Huesmann, University of Michigan Culture and social processes, Kenneth Rubin, University of Maryland, College Park developmental Research, Marc Bornstein, National Institutes of Health Rare diseases, Alexandra Quittner, University of Miami Noon-2:00 LUNCH 2:00-4:30 SESSION II CONDUCTINg INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH: CHALLENgES AND SOLUTIONS Review of Survey of behavioral and Social Scientists, Judith Torney-Purta, University of Maryland, College Park Panel Discussion 1. IRbs and ethics, Charles Nelson, Harvard University 2. data access, Management, analysis, ownership, Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University 3. Research planning, Kevin Miller, University of Michigan 4. Research execution, Charles Helwig, University of Toronto

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 APPEndIX A October , 00 8:30-10:00 SESSION III InternatIonal research collaBoratIons: capacItY BuIldIng, traInIng, and Infrastructure Panel Discussion Capacity building, Mark Nichter, University of Arizona training, Oscar Barbarin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 10:00-Noon SESSION Iv bREAKOUTS AND NETWORKINg/FUTURE DIRECTIONS Communication among International Collaborators dissemination of International Collaborative Research findings Noon-2:30 SESSION v bREAKOUT REPORTS 2:30-4:30 SESSION vI SUMMARy/FUTURE DIRECTIONS this workshop and the resulting report will explore guidelines for in- ternational collaborations in the social and behavioral sciences, encourage U.s. involvement in international research collaborations, and persuade funders to give more and better-targeted support to international behavioral and social sciences research.