SNHU's Peter Frost Named NEPA's 50th President

Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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SNHU’s Peter Frost
Named NEPA’s 50th President

ManchestDr. Peter Froster, N.H. (Oct. 13, 2009) – Southern New Hampshire University Psychology professor Dr. Peter Frost was named the New England Psychological Association’s 50th president at its October annual meeting.  He is now serving as president-elect and program chair.

Founded in 1960, NEPA is a regional division of the American Psychological Association.  It hosts an annual teaching and research conference that attracts between 250 to 350 students, faculty and psychologists in practice from across the country. 

Frost’s teaching and research interests include memory and neuroscience in general and false memory in particular. His current publications examine the relationship between personality and false memory susceptibility. In 2007, he was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award by SNHU.

“The New England Psychological Association conference has a long tradition of being a student-friendly venue for scholarship,” said Frost.  “Our students at SNHU have been visiting—and presenting at—NEPA every year for the last eight years; it is time to give back and play a more active role in the future of the organization.” 

Visit http://www.nepa-info.org/ to learn more about NEPA.

 

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