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



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PROGRAM







Activity

Room

THURSDAY






8.30-9.30


Registration






9.30-9.45


Opening session



A1


9.45-10.45


Keynote Speaker
William B. Stiles (Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, USA)

A case study approach to the development of intrapersonal dialogue


A1

10.45-11.00


Coffee Break







11.00-12.30


Symposium 1
From imbalances to balances: Paths to innovation within the self

Avraham N. Kluger & Dina Nir (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)


The “dialogical leader”: Balance by reconciling I-positions

Rens Van Loon (Right Management Consultants, The Netherlands)


The "negotiational self": Resolving inner conflict with integrative (win-win) strategies

Dina Nir (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)


Personal Position Repertoire (PPR) from a bird's eye view

Avraham N. Kluger, Dina Nir & Yuval Kluger (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)




A1





Symposium 2
Imagination, hidden other

Emily Abbey (College of the Holy Cross, USA) & Tania Zittoun

(University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Discussant: Tania Zittoun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Psychology of "as if": How imaginal dialogues contribute to self-construction

Ingrid Josephs (University of Hagen, Germany)


Imaginative remembering: An analysis of the semiotic mediation of remembering

Brady Wagoner (University of Cambridge, UK)


Creating bridges to the future: The poetic dimension through family conversation

Ana Cecília Bastos (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil) & Emily Abbey (College of the Holy Cross, USA)


Behind and beyond imagination

Carla Cunha & Tiago Ferreira (ISMAI, Portugal)




B1





Paper 1

Linguistic and psycholinguistic perspectives

Chair: Marie-Cécile Bertau (University of Munich, Germany)


Dialogical linguistics and the notion of meaning potentials

Per Linell (Linköping University, Sweden)


On the notion of voice: A psycholinguistical perspective

Marie-Cécile Bertau (University of Munich, Germany)


Processes of reading and meaning (re)construction at school: A dialogical game between readers and texts

Jorge Manuel Rocha Pimenta (University of Minho, Portugal)


Humour in political discourse

Jaap Bos (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)




B2





Paper 2

Acculturation and dialogicality

Chair: Alex Gillespie (University of Stirling, UK)


Enhancing the dialogical self through acculturation

Larry J. Krafft (Temple University, USA)


Us” and “them” in cultural identification. The need of the “others” for founding and re-founding ourselves

María J. Marco-Macarro & José A. Sánchez-Medina (Pablo de Olavide University, Spain)


Adapting to a new culture: The multivoiced character of meaning construction of Iranian migrants in the Netherlands

Annet D. J. te Lindert (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands)


Introducing the body to culture

Jutta König (University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands)




2104

12.30-13.45



Lunch Break







13.45-15.15


Symposium 3
Psychotherapy and changing processes

Miguel Gonçalves, Marlene Matos, Armanda Gonçalves & Anita Santos (University of Minho, Portugal)


Discussant: Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA)
Unspoken narratives in psychotherapy

Armanda Gonçalves, Eugénia Fernandes & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


How do abused women construct change in psychotherapy?

The role of unique outcomes

Marlene Matos & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


Therapeutic change, “unique outcomes” and the re-conceptualization of self narratives: Analysis of a successful and a failure clinical case

Anita Santos & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


Psychotherapy failure, monologism or hidden-dialogism?

Unique outcomes as markers of development pathways in psychotherapy

Miguel Gonçalves & Marlene Matos (University of Minho, Portugal)




A1




Paper 3

The world of school and the dialogical self

Chair: Beatrice Ligorio (University of Bari, Italy)


School identity: A living document

Ina ter Avest (Christian University, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands) & Cok Bakker (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)


Teacher’s professional identity development and action research: Stories in dialogue

Kara Vloet (Institute of Inclusive and Special Education, The Netherlands), Petra Ponte & Douwe Beijaard (Fontys University of Professional Education, The Netherlands)


Teacher’s professional culture and dialogicity: An higher education case study

Gracinda Hamido (Santarém Higher School of Education, Portugal) & Margarida César (University of Lisbon, Portugal)


Exploring teachers and students discourse in university classrooms

María del Mar Prados Gallardo & Rosario Cubero (University of Seville, Spain)




B1





Paper 4

Parenthood, narrative and dialogicality

Chair: Dan McAdams (Northwestern University, USA)


The invention of fatherhood: The writing of a father biography as identity

Carolus van Nijnatten (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands)


Motherhood and fatherhood, a field of dialogical relations

Alejandra Salguero, Gilberto Pérez, María Marco, Esther García, Priscila Montiel & Rebeca Rodríguez (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)


Motherhood and body significance of young mothers living in the streets

Azucena Hernandéz Ordoñez (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)


Working mothers and their multivoiced self

Leila Sanches de Almeida (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)




2104





Symposium 4
Past and future within the dialogical self

Tania Zittoun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland) & Alex Gillespie (University of Stirling, UK)


Discussant: Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK)
Children’s perspectives on timing their own development

Pernille Hviid (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)


The future and the other: Striving tourists in Ladakh

Alex Gillespie (University of Stirling, UK)


Using symbolic resources, playing with time

Tania Zittoun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)


Codetermination as a triadic relation: The dialogical self conversing with time

Emily Abbey (College of the Holy Cross, USA)




B2

15.15-15.30


Coffee Break







15.30-16.30


Keynote Speaker
Nandita Chaudhary (University of Delhi, India)

Persistent patterns in cultural negotiations of the self: Using ‘dialogical self’ theory to understand self-other dynamics in India


A1

16.30-17.00


Coffee Break







17.00-18.30

Interactive Symposium

1st Round


Dialoguing on methodologies: The challenge from dialogical self

Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA) & Lívia M. Simão (University of São Paulo, Brazil)


Leading Participants: Brady Wagoner (Cambridge University, UK), Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA), João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal), Lívia M. Simão (University of São Paulo, Brazil) & Tania Zittoun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)


A1





Symposium 5
The final session of a psychoanalysis: A narrative and conversational analytic case study

Brigitte Boothe (University of Zurich, Switzerland)


Dream communication and dream-analysis in the perspective of dialogical organization

Brigitte Boothe & Urs Spiegel (University of Zurich, Switzerland)


I have to leave now” - A qualitative research study on the last session of a high-frequency psychoanalytic psychotherapy

Bernhard Grimmer, Marius Neukom & Vera Luif (University of Zurich, Switzerland)


Positioning as a device for interaction control

Arnulf Deppermann (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany) & Gabriele Lucius-Hoene (Institut of Psychology, University of Freiburg, Germany)




B1





Symposium 6
Comparing different paradigms in the theorization of schizophrenics symptoms

Giampaolo Salvatore (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy)


Discussant: Paul H. Lysaker (Indiana University School of Medicine, USA)
Metacognitive malfunctioning in psychosis

Raffaele Popolo, Dario Catania (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy), Antonella Appetecchi (School of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy) & Michele Procacci (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy)


Dialogical disruption in psychosis: Implications for the
psychotherapy of schizophrenia

Paul H. Lysaker (Indiana University School of Medicine, USA) & John Lysaker (University of Oregon, USA)


An inter-subjective perspective on negative symptoms of schizophrenia: Implications of simulation theory

Giampaolo Salvatore, Giancarlo Dimaggio (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy) & Paul Lysaker (Indiana University School of Medicine, USA)




B2





Paper 5

Polyphony and multiplicity

Chair: Piotr K. Oles (Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)


Silence and the dialogical self: Considerations on polyphony and authorship

Gaston Franssen (Research Institute for History and Culture, The Netherlands) & Stefan van Geelen (University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands)


I as comic”- Unexplored position of the self

Jolanta Tomczuk (Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)


Polyphonic narratives: Choice and articulation of identities

Carla Mouro & Paula Castro (ISCTE, Portugal)




2104

18.30-19.30


Poster Session 1

Chair: Emily Abbey (Clark University, USA)


1. Action repertoire in patient’s narratives

Marc Luder (University of Zurich, Switzerland)


2. Talking about voices II: Reflections about dialogical approaches within psychology

P. Petracchi, J. V. Fernandes, T. Ferreira, C. Cunha, L. Meira, I. D’Alte, A. Veríssimo & J. Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)


3. A case of therapy of a battered women based in Life History Approach

Jesús Garcia-Martínez, Rafael Guerrero-Gómez & Carmen Tóvar-Sánchez (University of Seville, Spain)


4. Approach and avoidance: Interpersonal movements in object-relational narratives

Melinda Poharnok (Universitiy of Pecs, Hungary)


5. Impact of dialogical processes on individual creativity

Sergey R. Yagolkovsky (Moscow State University, Russia)


6. Meanings through the transition to motherhood: I-positions before and after childbirth

Ana Patrícia Borges & Ana Cecília Bastos (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil)


7. Dialogical thinking and self discrepancies

Marcin Mlynarczyk (Catholic University Lublin, Poland)


8. Aging, culture and well-being: A Japanese/U.S. comparison

Mayumi Karasawa (Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan), Katherine B. Curhan (Harvard University, USA), Hazel Rose Markus (Stanford University, USA), Shinobu Kitayama (University of Michigan, USA) & Carol D. Ryff (University of Wisconsin, USA)




B2





Paper 6

Using the PPR and the Self-Confrontation Method

Chair: Stefan van Geelen (University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands)


Personal position repertoire method applied for exploration of significant interpersonal relationship

Agnieszka Konopka (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland) & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


The personal position repertoires of adolescents with chronic fatigue syndrome

Stefan van Geelen, C. Fuchs, G. Sinnema, H. J. M. Hermans & W. Kuis (University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands)


The Team Confrontation Method

Peter Zomer (Zomer & Cornelissen, The Netherlands)




B1





Paper 7

Childhood and socialization

Chair: Matthew Adams (University of Brighton, UK)


Persistence of meanings in children’s interactional fields and emergence of peer culture

Ana Carvalho, Amélia Império-Hamburger, Nestor Oiwa (University of São Paulo, Brazil) & Isabel Pedrosa (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)


Early dialogicality and language socialization

Juan Jose Yoseff Bernal (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico) & Mercedes Cubero Pérez (University of Seville, Spain)


Dialogical processes in early self-development and early relational traumatisation

Katalin Lénárd (University of Pécs, Hungary)




A1





Paper 8

Theoretical reflections

Chair: Colin B. Grant (University of Surrey, UK)


Global and local – Space and place

Pauline Mottram (Queen Margaret University College, UK)


Hermeneutics and the dialogical process

Maria Antónia Jardim (University Fernando Pessoa, Portugal)


Embryology confronts immunology: Self and other in the World of cancer

Paul Stoller ( West Chester University, USA)






22.00


Jazz Concert (Braga city centre)







FRIDAY






9.00-10.00




Keynote Speaker
Hubert J. M. Hermans (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

The dialogical self: State of the art


A1

10.00-10.15



Coffee Break







10.15-11.15


Lecturer 1

Dan P. McAdams (Northwestern University, USA)



The redemptive self: Stories Americans live by


A1





Paper 9

Gender and sexual issues

Chair: Marlene Matos (University of Minho, Portugal)
Woman constructing meaning: The sex object positions herself as subject of her own sexuality

Ina Motoi (University of Québec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue/UQAT, Canada)


Gender, identity and group intervention: A dialogist point of view. The results of a feminist workshop

Jesús Garcia-Martínez (University of Seville, Spain) & Teresa González-Uribe (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)


Social discourses, autobiographical narratives and identity in lesbian women

Arianna Sala & Manuel Luis de la Mata (University of Seville, Spain)


B1





Paper 10

Moral, ethical and political issues

Chair: Rachel Joffe Falmagne (Clark University, USA)


Dialogical morality: Phenomenology of moral voices

Anna Batory (Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)


Dialogical ethics in a global society: Cultural difference and answerability

Alex Kostrogriz (Monash University, Australia)


Strategic essentialism, forced displacement and survival: Epistemological and ethical implications

Hajdukowski-Ahmed Maroussia (McMaster University, Canada)




B2





Paper 11

Forms of dialogue

Chair: Brady Wagoner (Cambridge University, UK)

Father and Daughter”: Stories in dialogue with self-narratives

Kara Vloet (Institute of Inclusive and Special Education, The Netherlands) & Ina ter Avest (Fontys University of Professional Education, The Netherlands)


What students can teach us about teaching? Experiences from teaching personality diagnosis in the theory of Dialogical Self

Bartosz Zalewski (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland)


Communication-dialogue and time aspects in empathic understanding

A. Bolotova (State University Higher School of Economics, Russia)




2103

11.15-11.30


Coffee Break







11.30-12.30


Lecturer 2

Giancarlo Dimaggio (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy)



The operationalisation of dialogical self theory: State of the art, future directions and implications for psychotherapy


A1





Paper 12

Self and culture: Comparative studies

Chair: Manuel Luis de la Mata (University of Seville, Spain)


Personal narratives and self descriptions: Gender and cultural differences in Mexican and Spanish college students

Lucía Ruiz (Autonomous University of Tamaulipas, Mexico), Manuel Luis de la Mata (University of Seville, Spain) & Andrés Santamaría (University of Seville, Spain)


Self and identity across cultures: Comparative studies in Portugal and East-Timor

Rosa Cabecinhas (University of Minho, Portugal)


Journeying with identity: Images and yarns – narrative journeys of Australian indigenous health workers

Michelle Dickson (Macquarie University, Australia)




B1





Panel 1
Dialogism: One or many?

Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK) & Per Linell (Linköping University , Sweden)


Discussant: Jaan Valsiner
Presenters: Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK), Per Linell (Linköping University, Sweden) & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)


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