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Program 2009 Nyomtatás

 

3 June 2009

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Time

21 JULY, TUESDAY

12 -

Arrival, registration at MOME

16-18

Informal round-table talk:

20 years after the fall of socialism – how do we feel? Life and social science in Central and Eastern Europe. Moderators: Zsuzsanna Vajda, Gordana Jovanovic, Irina Sirotkina and Roger Smith

19

RECEPTION

 

 

Time

22. JULY, WEDNESDAY

9-11.30

SOCIAL HISTORY OF MENTAL PHENOMENA

 

9.9.30

Regine Plas: The déjà vu Experience in the History of Mind and Brain sciences. Eternal recurrence?

9.30-10

Wan Chi Wong: The genealogy of self in Chinese culture

 

10-10.30

Irina Sirotkina:  Historicising Emotions. The Case of Musical Feelings

10.30- 10..45

BREAK

11.45-13.15

RESEARCH AND METHOD

11.45-12.15

Zsuzsanna Vajda: Investigation of Primary Attachment in Laboratory: The                                          History of Strange Situation

12.15-12.45

Jaap Bos: No more autobiography?

12.45.-13.15

Agnes Pazziani:  Methodological controversies of the use of adolescent diaries

13.15- 14.15

LUNCH BREAK

 

14.15-15.15

INVITED TALK

Roger Smith: Celebrating Darwin: The social meaning of the Descent of Man

15.15-17.15

 SOCIAL TRENDS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

15.15-15.45

Meagan Curtis: Émile Durkheim and the Establishment of Sociology in the Third Republic

15.45-16.15

 Marlise  Rijks: Max Weber and historical comparative sociology in the 1970s and 1980s

16.15-16.30

 BREAK

16.30-17

Susanne Guski-Leinwand: Shadows on the genesis of psychology in Germany in the 20th Century: New results towards political efforts based on changes of Völkerpsychologiy in favour of totalitarian system

17-17.30

Petteri Petikainen: idealist and empiricist psychologists in the nineteenth-century Finnish academia: the question of language, nationhood and education of the people

17.30-18

Ruud Abma: Overcoming the two cultures? About the ‘science’ in ‘social sciences’

19.00

GRILL PARTY

 

 

Time

23. JULY, Thursday

 

                                          PARALLEL  SESSIONS

9.00-11.00

RECOLLECTION, TESTIMONY AND LYING – 1909-2009 - A SIMPOSIUM ON WILLIAM AND CLARA STERN

FAMOUS PEOPLE IN PSYCHOLOGYY

9-9.30

Werner Deutsch: Clara and William Stern’s conception of a developmental science

David E.Leary: Ralph Waldo Emerson in the Life and Work of William James

 

9.30-10

 

Michelle D. Leichtman: Clara and William Stern’s Prescient Observations of Early Memory Development

Bob Rieber: Fechner Notes

10-10.30

Florian Kiessling: Taking a closer look at children’s early lies:

What’s behind the “pseudo” in “pseudo lies”?

Márk Bárdi: The formulation and characteristics of Ferenc Mérei’s psychoanalytical views – a social-historical approach 

10.30-11

James T. Lamiell: Erinnerung, Aussage und Lüge in der ersten Kindheit by Clara and William Stern: How Was It Judged In  Its Time?

Elisabeth Valentine: John Carl Flügel (1884─1955): Mediator and Visionary

 

11.00-11.15

BREAK

11.15-12.45

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

11.15-11.45

Gordana Jovanovic: Psychology and Transformations of the Social

11.45-12.15

Dennis Bryson: “The SSRC Research Committee on Personality and Culture, 1934-1940: Knowledge for Cultural Reconstruction”

12.15-12.45

 Kaya  Tolon: Futurism, as social criticism

12.45-13.15

 Ian Lubek: Kurt Lewin was right... and subversively so. The long march of Action Research for psychologists

13.15-14.15

LUNCH BREAK

14.15 -15-15

INVITED TALK

Csaba Pléh: Varieties in the image of man in late 20th Century psychology and the diversification of the profession

15.15-17.15

                                          PARALLEL SESSIONS (see next page)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.15-17.15

PARALLEL

SESSIONS

 

PARAPSYCHOLOGY, OCCULTISM, SPIRITUALISM

RELATED BRANCHES OF KNOWLEDGE

15.15.-15.45

 Emese Lafferton: Experimentalizing Hypnosis in Hungarian Psychiatry in the 1880s-1890s

Christian Allesch: Phenomenology and Aestetics

15.45-16.15

Ingrid Kloosterman: Psychical Research and Parapsychology Interpreted

Irene Leopoldoff-Martin: A search of a lost science through the journal Pedologija”  

16.15-16.45

Julia Gyimesi: Occultism and Medical Materialism in the Early History of Psychology

 

Anikó Nyitrai-Sükösd: Exploring Political Psychiatry in Hungary during the State-Socialist Period  

16.45-17.15

 Elisabeth Vilaplana: Amalia Domingo and the light of spiritualism in Barcelona

William Woodward: Beyond Universalism: The Capabilities Approach

17.30-19.30

BUSINESS MEETING

 

20

CONFERENCE DINNER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIME

24.JULY, FRIDAY

9-12.45

SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY ON A SOCIAL SETTING

9-9.30

Arthur Ferreira: . Governmental Practices and Radical Behaviorism: From Walden  to los Horcones

9.30-10

David Clark: The Demise of American Behaviorism: an analysis of the influence of social factors on psychological explanations by means of historiography.

10-10.30

Miki Takasuna: The first phase in the history of comparative psychology in Japan

10.30-11

Hroar Klempe: Early Norwegian Psychology and Lutheran Protestantism

11-11.15

BREAK

11.15-12.45

 BROWSING IN THE PAST

11.15-11.45

Maria Sinatra: On Italian Darwinists

11.45-12.15

Lucia Monacis: Pasquale Penta: An Italian View of Darwinian Heredity

12.15-12.45

Ciaran Macmahon: Aquinas, prayer and attentio: suffusion of theology with literary practices

12.45-13.45

LUNCH BREAK

 

 

 

13.45-15.45

PSYCHOLOGY’S IDENTITY

13.45-14.15

 Sandra Schruijer: European identity in social psychology

14.15-14.45

Anette Mülberger- Thomas Sturm: Debates About Crisis in Psychology’s Early History

 

14.45-15.15

 Sándor Soós:  Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle: Tendencies in the Core Journal of Hungarian Psychology. (An Exploratory Study)

15.15-15.45

Bálint   Forgács: A Neural Perspective on the History of Psychology: Are Shifts of Approach Reflect Schifts of Neural Dispositions?

15.15-16

BREAK

16-17

INVITED TALK

Mitchell Asch: "Psychology's territories: historical 

and cross-disciplinary perspectives".

17-17.30

CLOSING CEREMONY

18 -

Budapest by Night

 

 

 

SATURDAY, 10 a.m: A guided walking tour in Budapest

 

 

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