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

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Paper 13

Artistic forms and the dialogical self

Chair: William B. Gomes (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

Constitutive processes in the scenic production

António Luís de Quadros Altieri (Nove de Julho University Center, Brazil)

A portrait of a dialogical self. Picture theory and the dialogical self

Nora Ruck & Thomas Slunecko (University of Vienna, Austria)

Ornamentation as a poetic manifestation on the dialogical self

Elaine Pedreira Rabinovich (Catholic University of Salvador, Brazil)



Lunch Break


Symposium 7
Research methodologies for the dialogical study of psychotherapy

Mikael Leiman (University of Joensuu, Finland) & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)

Discussant: Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK)
From sameness to novelty: A microgenetic analysis of dialogical change processes

Carla Cunha (ISMAI, Portugal) & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)

The structure of subjectivity in utterances: Dialogical sequence analysis as a method of investigation

Mikael Leiman (University of Joensuu, Finland)

Searching for a dialogical analysis of psychotherapy

Liliana Meira (University of Minho/ISMAI, Portugal), João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal) & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


Symposium 8
Dialogicality in psychologists’ profession

Katrin Kullasepp (Tallinn University, Estonia) & Sofia Tavares (University of Minho, Portugal)

Discussant: Lívia Mathias Simão (University of S. Paulo, Brazil)
Identity construction of psychology students during their First Year of Studies: A longitudinal approach

Katrin Kullasepp (Tallinn University, Estonia)

The sense-making as emergence from dialogical dynamic: Implication for a psychological theory of psychological intervention

Sergio Salvatore (University of Lecce, Italy)

The psychotherapist’s social role under a dialogical perspective: A study of the personal construction of «I as a psychotherapist»

Sofia Tavares, Miguel M. Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal) & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)


Paper 14

Personal and social issues

Chair: John Barresi (Dalhousie University, Canada)

Personal identity, social identity, and the dialogical self: An interpretation of Black Like Me

John Barresi (Dalhousie University, Canada)

Association of relational, individual and collective self-aspects with social anxiety among Turkish university students

Selda Koydemir (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

Agreeing (is) disagreeing: A dialogical approach of public participation

Susana Batel & Paula Castro (ISCTE, Portugal)

Situating the dialogical self in local contentious practices and in relation to enduring struggles

Gilberto Pérez & Alejandra Salguero (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)



Coffee Break


Symposium 9

Dialogues with the dialogical self

Ruthellen Josselson (The Fielding Graduate University, USA)

Dialogues with memory over time

Ruthellen Josselson (The Fielding Graduate University, USA)

The dialogue between saviour and victim in the life story of a Holocaust survivor

Amia Lieblich (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Creative work, love, and dialogical selves in the life stories of college professors

Dan P. McAdams (Northwestern University, USA)

Women in the garden: Dialogical selves, art, and lives

Suzanne Ouellette (City University of New York, USA)


Paper 15

Theoretical challenges on the dialogical self

Chair: Maria Lyra (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)

Beyond dialogicality: Materiality, discourse, power and the hybrid self

Rachel Joffe Falmagne (Clark University, USA)

New directions in the theory of the dialogical self: Intersubjectivity and radical interpretability

Colin B. Grant (University of Surrey, UK)

Systems, dialogism and emergence of self in early ontogeny

Maria Lyra (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)

Argumentation as a self-regulatory mechanism

Selma Leitão (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)


Paper 16

Negotiating self-identity in a social world

Chair: Alberto Rosa (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain)

Negotiating the self in dialogue

Wolfram Fischer (University of Kassel, Germany)

Dialogical construction of virtues of citizenship

Alberto Rosa (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain) & María Fernanda Gonzalez (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain)

Negotiating with masculinities: Son, Soldier, anti-violence educator... fallen brother

Deborah Mahlstedt (West Chester University, USA)

The development of military masculinities through symbolic resources

Hannah C. Lambert (Southampton Solent University, UK)


Poster Session 2
Chair: Angela Uchoa Branco (University of Brasília, Brazil)
1. Culture, social identities and dialogical self

Ana Flávia Madureira & Angela Uchoa Branco (University of Brasília, Brazil)

2. AIDS, drugs, emotions and self dynamics: The co-construction of a father I-position

Ana Luiza Branco & Angela Uchoa Branco (University of Brasília, Brazil)

3. Social change and human life-span development: Examining the entire life of Hansen’s disease (HD) sufferers in Japan

Hiroshi Numayama (Sendai Shirayuri Women’s College, Japan), Tomoko Fukushima (Iwaki Meisei University, Japan) & Takekatsu Kikuchi (Tohoku University, Japan)

4. Community of selves in persons with traumatic spinal cord injury: Continuities and discontinuities

Eva Lopes (Centro de Reabilitação Profissional de Gaia, Portugal) & Eugénia Fernandes (University of Minho, Portugal)

5. From a person to a patient: Psychiatric hospitalisation as a context for narrating change

Bogdan de Barbaro, Malgorzata Opoczynska, Bernardetta Janusz, Lucyna Drozdzowicz & Katarzyna Gdowska (Jagellonian University, Poland)

6. Indigenous Women: A dialogical approach to self construction in specific cultural contexts

Thirza B. R. Reis & Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil)

7. School practices and discourses in the cultural construction of the transition to adolescence: A dialogical approach

Luciana de Oliveira Campolina & Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil)

8. Intergenerational relations: Dialogue between youngsters and elderly in intergenerational meetings

Jacqueline F. C. Marangoni & Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil)

9. Claims of identity of an adolescent in a partial-time correctional institution: Positionings of a dialogical self

Tatiana Yokoy de Sousa & Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil)

10. How to measure internal dialogical activity: Proposition of a new scale

Piotr K. Oles & Maria Oles (Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)



Coffee Break


Keynote Speaker
Peter L. Callero (Western Oregon University, USA)

The dialogical self in sociological context




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



Keynote Speaker
Shinobu Kitayama (University of Michigan, USA)

Self as modus operandi: Implications for well-being and health



Coffee Break


Symposium 10
Communication, emotions and self construction

Angela Uchoa Branco (University of Brasilia, Brazil) & Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA)

Discussant: Amrei Joerchel (University of Vienna, Austria)
The role of affective symbolization in the dialogical self's construction processes

Sergio Salvatore (University of Lecce, Italy)

Dialogues between voices in a group therapy with patients suffering of Personality Disorders

Donatella Fiore & Giancarlo Dimaggio (Third Center for Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy)

Dialogical self in narratives: Historical multivoicedness, cultural multivoicedness

Silviane Barbato (University of Brasilia, Brazil)

Culture, values, emotions, and self-construction

Angela Uchoa Branco (University of Brasilia, Brazil)


Paper 17

Reflecting about reflecting

Chair: David E. Leary (University of Richmond, USA)

Maybe it was meant to happen”: Fate, reflexivity and the dialogical self

Matthew Adams (University of Brighton, UK)

Reflective versus ruminative internal dialogue on problem solving

Amanda DaSilveira, Mariane DeSouza e William B. Gomes (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

Internal dialogical processes: The multiple forms of inner alterity

J. V. Fernandes, C. Cunha & J. Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)

Argue with our selves and think about our thinking: Two sides of the same coin?

Antonia Larraín S. (Catholic University of Chile, Chile)


Paper 18

Reconfiguring pathologies

Chair: Luis Botella (Ramon Llull University, Spain)

Dialogical integration of traumatic experiences from schizophrenic patients: A comparative analysis of two life narratives

Francisco Javier Saavedra Macías (University of Seville, Spain)

The autistic dialogic style: A case of Asperger syndrome

Vera Regina J. R. M. Fonseca, Lívia Mathias Simão & Vera Sílvia R. Bussab (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Autobiography as a tool for self construction: A study on psychiatric parents

Andrea Smorti, Valentina Cipriani & Bianca Parenti (University of Florence, Italy)

Meaning construction within narratives of adults with cerebral palsy

Paulo França Santos & Silviane Barbato (University of Brasilia, Brazil)


Paper 19


Chair: Vincent Hevern (Le Moyne College, USA)

Face-to-face or voice-to-voice? Electronic media’s impact on the metaphor “voice” in dialogical self

Nora Ruck & Thomas Slunecko (University of Vienna, Austria)

Emboding voices in a university web-forum

M. B. Ligorio, P. F. Spadaro & D. Ciccarelli (University of Bari, Italy)

The virtual self in pathological internet usage

Tomasz Rowinski (Cardinal Stephan Wyszynski University, Poland)

Alterity and emotions in online educational settings

Luísa Aires (Universidade Aberta, Portugal) & Sílvia Silva (CEEI, Universidade Aberta, Portugal)


Paper 20

Managing multiplicity

Chair: John Rowan (Independent Consultant, UK)

Managing multiplicity: Self-creation in a multicultural society

Emma-Louise Aveling (University of Greenwich, UK)

Self multiplicity and integration: The perspective of cognitive-experiential self-theory

Hubert Suszek (Warsaw University, Poland)

Brain plasticity and the process of change: From synaptic change to change in organization of I-positions

John Klein (University of Minho, Portugal) & Agnieszka Konopka (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Poland)

Cognitive polyphasis and dialogism

Deepika Sharma Moraje (University of Cambridge, UK)



Coffee Break


Lecturer 3

David E. Leary (University of Richmond, USA)

The significance of dialogues with physically absent partners


Paper 21
Theoretical developments to the dialogical self

Chair: Peter Raggatt (James Cook University, Australia)

Forms of positioning in the dialogical self: A survey of midlife adults

Peter Raggatt (James Cook University, Australia)

Explorations in the dialogical self

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

I-positioning as a participation of a newcomer in a professional community

S. Annese, M. B. Ligorio & M. Traetta (University of Bari, Italy)


Paper 22

Narrative, dialogicality and selfhood

Chair: Lívia M. Simão (University of S. Paulo, Brazil)

A narrative and dialogical approach to the self-development of adolescents involved in criminal activities

Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil)

Written narratives of women in a teacher preparation program and the construction of self

Zilma Oliveira, Ana Paula Silva & Fernanda Cardoso (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Constructing a meaningful retirement

Jasmin Tahmaseb McConatha & Mathew Mauriello (West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA)


Paper 23

Dialogicality and psychotherapy

Chair: Giancarlo Dimaggio (Third Center of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Italy)

Feeling better by being oneself: Dialogical self-construction in psychotherapy

Luis Botella & Meritxell Pacheco (Ramon Llull University, Spain)

The dialogical self in transpersonal psychotherapy

John Rowan (Independent Consultant, UK)



Lunch Break


Creating innovation within the self through a feedforward workshop

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



Symposium 11
Dialogue, semiotic triads and third parties

Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK)

Dialogue, Semiotic Triads and Third Parties

Per Linell (Linköping University, Sweden)

Beyond words: Subjectivity, dialogicality and third parties

João Salgado & Tiago Ferreira (ISMAI, Portugal)

The speaker’s positioning: A manifestation of the dialogicality of the self

Michèle Grossen (University of Lausanne, Switzerland) & Anne Salazar-Orvig (University of Paris 3, France)

The third parties in internal dialogues

Ivana Marková (University of Stirling, UK)


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

Catarina Rosa & Filipa Duarte (University of Minho, Portugal)

Discussant: Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA)
Construction of meaning–making and mutuality in psychotherapy

María Teresa del Río Albornoz (Catholic University of Chile, Chile)

Dialogical context in making sense of experience: Pertinence to psychotherapy

Maria Elisa Molina Pavez (Catholic University of Childe, Chile)

Dialogical articulation and the transition to parenthood

Filipa Duarte & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)

Dialogical articulation in close relationships: The partner’s role in self-management

Catarina Rosa & Miguel Gonçalves (University of Minho, Portugal)


Paper 24

Discursive practices and dialogical processes

Chair: Wolfram Fischer (University of Kassel, Germany)

Ways of discourse and modes of argumentation. Dialogical processes in adult education

Alejandro Barragán & Mercedes Cubero (University of Seville, Spain)

Lack of dialogue and the process of construction of meanings in the Program of Health Family, Brazil

Elaine Pedreira Rabinovich (Catholic University of Salvador, Brazil)

Judicial dialogues: An historical/cultural perspective

Maria R. Boes (West Chester University, USA)

Culture and conflicting identities: A case study

Margarida César (University of Lisbon, Portugal)


Paper 25

Analyzing psychotherapy

Chair: William B. Stiles (Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, USA)

Group techniques and dialogical effects: Similarities between different narrative approaches

Jesús Garcia-Martínez (University of Seville, Spain)

Moments of shared experience: Empathy and psychotherapy

Thorsten Gieser (University of Aberdeen, UK)

Dialogical self-help contexts for psychological disorders

P. F. Spadaro, M. B. Ligorio (University of Bari, Italy) & M. Iodice (University of Salerno, Italy)



Coffee Break


Paper 26

Emotions and the dialogical self

Chair: Jesús Garcia-Martínez (University of Seville, Spain)

Dynamic conceptualization of feelings based on dialogical self theory

Agnieszka Konopka & Henryk Gasiul (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland)

Reframing flow experiences from self dialogical processes

Yolanda Ruiz Ordóñez (Catholic University of Valencia, Spain),

Cornelia Teodora Lungu & Virginia Carrero Planes (University Jaime I Castellón, Spain)

The relation between self-construals and language for emotions in personal narratives of males and females

Ayfer Dost & Aylin C. Kuntay (Koç University, Turkey)

The most dialogical feeling: Love

Agnieskza Konopka (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland)


Interactive Symposium

2nd Round

Dialoguing on methodologies: The challenge from dialogical self

Jaan Valsiner (Clark University, USA) & Lívia Mathias 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)


Symposium 13
What in the dialogical self involves Japanese psychologists?

Shinichi Mizokami (Kyoto University, Japan)

Organizing on- and off-campus activities in university life entails organizing multiple I’s

Shinichi Mizokami (Kyoto University, Japan)

Voices of the self in the therapeutic chronotope

Masayoshi Morioka (Nara Women’s University, Japan)

Whose voice is saying “who am I?”: The changing process of the self during adolescence

Reiko Mizuma (Fukushima University, Japan)


Paper 27

Methodology and empirical research

Chair: Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland)

A dialogical approach to in-depth interviews

Maria Cláudia S. Lopes de Oliveira (University of Brasília, Brazil) & Mariana Barcinski (Clark University, USA)

"Position me if you want to have a date with me". Effects of experimental positioning on social influence

Bartosz Zalewski (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland)

Shared realities, their “underworlds” and the dialogical self

Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz, Anna Gabińska, Justyna Walecka & Dominik Gebler (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland)


Poster Session 3
Chair: Luísa Aires (Universidade Aberta, Portugal)
1. Social representations of Alzheimer’s disease from a dialogical perspective

Catarina Peixoto, Carla Cunha & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)

2. Dialogicality and self narratives in Brazilian adults’ Personal Position Repertoires

Mariane DeSouza , Manoela Ziebell DeOliveira, Amanda DaSilveira, & William B. Gomes (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

3. Dialogical self in the process of creative writing

Renata Żurawska-Żyła (Catholic University of Lublin, Poland)

4. Women Talking About Women - As Exploration of the Gendered Self

Genie Giaimo (Clark University, USA)

5. Adolescence transgression and dialogical self: Youth adventures as narratives of “us” and “me”

Ana Barbeiro (Piaget Institute, Portugal)

6. Identity (re)organization during the transition to parenthood and the imagined baby: Idiographic analysis of the dialogical movements between I-positions

Iva D’Alte, Sofia Barroso, Elisabete Ferreira, Carla Cunha & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)

7. A look at empathy from a dialogical perspective

Joana Teixeira, Carla Cunha & João Salgado (ISMAI, Portugal)



Coffee Break


Closing session



Trip to Guimarães

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