4th International Conference on the Dialogical Self (icds-4) University of Minho, Braga, Portugal



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4th International Conference on the Dialogical Self

(ICDS-4)
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
1-3 June 2006

Book of Abstracts

The conference's scientific focus
Beginning with the first event of the Conference in Nijmegen in June 2000, through the Second Conference in Ghent in October 2002, and the Third Conference in Warsaw in August 2004, these International Conferences on the Dialogical Self serve as a meeting place for theoreticians, researchers, psychotherapists and trainers interested in exploring the implications of the dialogical self in their fields of work. The Fourth International Conference on the Dialogical Self will constitute a continuation of the idea of focusing on processes in self and dialogue in relation to the construction and reconstruction of meaning. Its purpose is to organize interchange and discussion of problems related to the dialogical self across the boundaries of specific (sub)disciplines.
The concept of dialogical self, taking advantage of the rich philosophical tradition concerning dialogue, represents a relatively new development in psychology. It is closely related to narrative psychology, constructivism, and cultural psychology. It has a broad scope ranging from literary sciences to brain research and from empirical psychology to psychotherapy practice. It brings together contributions from different fields of psychology, like personality, developmental, social, and clinical psychology. From these diverse areas of inquiry, dialogical self allows a common concept to be shared, which is the idea of the self as a society of minds, understood as a pluralistic and multivoiced system. Central topics are self and identity, the construction and reconstruction of meanings, the relationships between culture and self, global culture and re-negotiations of identities, and the changing process of self-narratives in psychotherapy. The dialogical approach, therefore, is not only an object of study but also a platform for bringing together scientists and practitioners from divergent disciplines and sub-disciplines.

4th International Conference on the Dialogical Self


Scientific Committee
Chair: Hubert J. M. Hermans, PhD (Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

John Barresi, PhD (Dalhousie University, Canada)

William Gomes, PhD (Psychological Institute - UFRGS, Brazil)

Miguel M. Gonçalves, PhD (University of Minho, Portugal)

Beatrice Ligorio, PhD (University of Bari, Italy)

Ivana Marková, PhD (University of Stirling, Scotland)

Shinichi Mizokami, PhD (Kyoto University, Japan)

Peter Raggatt, PhD (James Cook University, Australia)

Katarzyna Stemplewska, PhD (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland)

Jaan Valsiner, PhD (Clark University, USA)

Leni M. F. Verhofstadt-Deneve, PhD (Ghent University, Belgium)

Organizing Committee

Chairs: Miguel M. Gonçalves, PhD (University of Minho,Portugal) & João Salgado, PhD (ISMAI, Portugal)

Carla Cunha (ISMAI,Portugal)

Filipa Duarte (University of Minho,Portugal)

Armanda Gonçalves (University of Minho,Portugal)

Agnieszka Konopka (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland)

Marlene Matos (University of Minho,Portugal)

Liliana Meira (University of Minho/ISMAI,Portugal)

Catarina Rosa (University of Minho,Portugal)

Anita Santos (University of Minho,Portugal)

Bruno Aragão (University of Minho, Portugal)


Plan of the Conference
Day-by-day

Thursday June 1st


Time

Room




A1

B1

B2

2104




8.30-9.30

Registration




9.30-9.45

Opening Session










9.45-10.45

Keynote Speaker:
William B. Stiles










10.45-11.00

Coffee Break

11.00-12.30

Symposium 1
From imbalances to balances

Symposium 2
Imagination, hidden other


Paper 1
Linguistic and psycholinguistic perspectives

Paper 2
Acculturation and dialogicality





12.30-13.45

Lunch Break




13.45-15.15

Symposium 3
Psychotherapy and changing processes

Paper 3
The world of school and the dialogical self

Symposium 4
Past and future within the dialogical self

Paper 4
Parenthood, narrative and dialogicality

15.15-15.30

Coffee Break

15.30-16.30

Keynote Speaker:
Nandita Chaudhary










16.30-17.00

Coffee Break

17.00-18.30

Interactive Symposium

(1st Round)




Symposium 5
The final session of a psychoanalysis


Symposium 6
Comparing different paradigms in the theorization of schizophrenics symptoms

Paper 5
Polyphony and multiplicity


18.30-19.30

Paper 7
Childhood and socialization


Paper 6
Using the PPR and the Self-Confrontation Method

Poster Session 1

Paper 8
Theoretical reflections




22.00

Jazz Concert (Braga city centre)


Friday June 2nd



Time

Room




A1

B1

B2

2103




9.00-10.00

Keynote Speaker:
Hubert J. M. Hermans










10.00-10.15

Coffee Break

10.15-11.15

Lecturer 1
Dan P. McAdams

Paper 9
Gender and sexual issues

Paper 10
Moral, ethical and political issues

Paper 11
Forms of dialogue

11.15-11.30

Coffee Break

11.30-12.30

Lecturer 2
Giancarlo Dimaggio

Paper 12
Self and culture: Comparative studies

Panel 1
Dialogism: One or many?

Paper 13
Artistic forms and the dialogical self




12.30-13.45

Lunch Break




13.45-15.15

Paper 14
Personal and social issues

Symposium 7
Research methodologies for the dialogical study of psychotherapy

Symposium 8
Dialogicality in psychologists’ profession




15.15-15.30

Coffee Break

15.30-17.00

Symposium 9
Dialogues with the dialogical self

Paper 15
Theoretical challenges on the dialogical self

Paper 16
Negotiating self-identity in a social world

Poster Session 3

17.00-17.15

Coffee Break

17.15-18.15

Keynote Speaker:
Peter L. Callero













19.30 (departure)

Conference Banquet (Porto city centre, including live music - Fado)

Saturday June 3rd


Time

Room




A1

B1

B2

2103

2104




9.00-10.00

Keynote Speaker:
Shinobu Kitayama













10.00-10.15

Coffee Break

10.15-11.45

Symposium 10
Communication, emotions and self construction

Paper 17
Reflecting about reflecting

Paper 18
Reconfiguring pathologies

Paper 19
Cyber-realities

Paper 20
Managing multiplicity

11.45-12.00

Coffee Break

12.00-13.00

Lecturer 3
David E. Leary

Paper 21
Theoretical developments to the dialogical self

Paper 22
Narrative, dialogicality and selfhood

Paper 23
Dialogicality and psychotherapy







13.00-14.00

Lunch Break




14.00-16.00










Feedforward Workshop




14.15-15.45

Paper 25
Analyzing psychotherapy

Symposium 11
Dialogue, semiotic triads and third parties

Symposium 12
Semiotic analysis: An approach to the meaning making process

Creating innovation within the self through a feedforward workshop

Paper 24
Discursive practices and dialogical processes

15.45-16.00

Coffee Break

16.00-17.30

Paper 26
Emotions and the dialogical self

Interactive Symposium

(2nd round)



Symposium 13
What in the dialogical self involves Japanese psychologists?

Poster Session 3

Paper 27
Methodology and empirical research

17.30-18.00

Coffee Break

18.00




Closing Session













19.30 (Departure)

Trip to Guimarães
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