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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR POSTERS: "Understanding Other Minds", 20-21 Sep 2011, GERMANY

*Understanding Other Minds- Embodied Interaction and Higher-Order Reasoning* -A cooperation between the BMBF project OTHER MINDS (Bochum/Cologne) & Mindlab and Gnosis Research Center (Aarhus) -Bochum (Germany)

Call for Posters

Please submit an abstract (approx. 200 words) by August 15, 2011 to 

We accept poster submission on mindreading and interaction, mindreading and psychopathology, 
mindreading and emotions, as well as mindreading and models from all disciplines.

Alexandrinenstrae 1-3
44780 Bochum

*Contact and Registration*: 

*Home: *


*1st Day, 20th September*

*/Section:/**/Interaction and Mindreading/*//

9.15-9.30 Registration and Poster Hanging

09.30-10.05 John Michael (Aarhus) and Soren Overgaard (Copenhagen) /Taking interaction seriously -- but not too seriously/

10.05-10.40 Bert Timmermans (Cologne)
/Towards a second-person neuroscience/

10.40-11.15 Birgit Knudson (MPI Nijmegen) /Infants' appreciation of others' beliefs in 
interpersonal interactions/

11.15-11.30 Commentary Leon de Bruin (Bochum)

11.30-12.00 *Coffee Break*

*/Section: Psychopathology and Mindreading/*//

12.00-12.35 Anika Fiebich (Bochum)
/Three levels of intersubjectivity: cognitive interrelations and disorders/

12.35-13.10 Antonia Hamilton (Nottingham) /Beyond mirror neurons: responding to and understanding others/

13.10-13.45 Christine Heinisch (Bochum)
/Recognizing and generation of emotional expressions in Schizophrenia/

13.45-14.00 Commentary Leonhard Schilbach (Cologne)

14.00-15.00 *Lunch Break*

15.00-16.00 *Poster-Session*

*Special Event: Controversies in the Cognitive Sciences*

*How useful is fMRI in psychiatry?*

16.00-16.20 Introduction Joshua Skewes

16.20-16.50 Max Coltheart (Sidney)

16.50-17.20 Kai Vogeley (Cologne)

17.20-18.00 General Discussion

19.00 *Conference Dinner*

*2nd Day, 21th September*

*/Section:/*/*Emotions and Mindreading* /

09.30-10.05 Joel Krueger (Copenhagen)
/Shared Emotions and Social Understanding/

10.05-10.40 Anna Welpinghus (Bochum)
/Emotion recognition as pattern recognition/

10.40-11.15 Marielle Stel (Tilburg)
/Effects of mimicry and facial feedback processes in understanding others' 

11.15-11.30 Commentary Tobias Schlicht (Bochum)

11.30-12.00*Coffee Break*

*/Section: Alternative Approaches to Mindreading/*//

12.00-12.45 Albert Newen (Bochum)
/Understanding Others: The Person Model Theory/

12.45-13.30 Dan Hutto (Hertfordshire)
/Folk Psychology: Sticking to the High Road/

13.30-14.15 Commentary Andreas Roepstorff (Aarhus) and General Discussion

Scientific Organization Workshop: Anika Fiebich, John Michael, Albert Newen

Scientific Organization Special Event: Joshua Skewes, Andreas Roepstorff

Ruhr-Universitt Bochum
Institut fr Philosophie II
Sekretariat Prof. Dr. Albert Newen
GA 3/151
Tel.: 0234/32-28139
Fax: 0234/32-14963
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