First official European Congress on Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment of EACLIPT

Psychopathology of the Social Brain

Satellite Symposium of EACLIPT 2019
October 30th 2019, Dresden

Funded by Die Junge Akademie at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
Organizers: Philipp Kanske, Jan Haaker

The satellite symposium aims to bring together European researchers from diverse backgrounds that study alterations of social interaction and its underlying cognitive and affective mechanisms in mental disorders. The format will be one of relatively brief update presentations (20-25 min) to yield room for discussion in a round of experts.

 

Program

09:00

Welcome

 

09:15

Philipp Kanske

Understanding others: Neural networks and impairments

09:45

Sören Krach

The self in the context of others

10:15

Clare Margaret Eddy

Mirroring and mentalizing in neuropsychiatry: The role of self-other distinction in clinical symptoms

10:45

Coffee break

 

11:00

Giorgia Silani

When affect sharing and self-other distinction fail: understanding empathy from a clinical perspective

11:30

Bishmadev Chakrabarti

Linking empathy and reward to understand autism

12:00

Antonia Hamilton

Studying gaze and imitation to understand social signalling in autism

12:30

Lunch break

 

14:00

Birgit Derntl

Psychopathology of the Social Brain: the Impact of Sex Hormones

14:30

Jan Haaker

Neuropharmacological mechanisms of observational threat learning

15:00

Patricia Lockwood

Prosocial motivation across the lifespan and after brain injury

15:30

Coffee break

 

15:45

Daniela Mier

Neutral is not neutral: Hyperresponsiveness of the social brain to facial expressions in schizophrenia

16:15

Alessandro Grecucci

Advanced morphometric methods to study Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder, toward an extended continuum hypothesis

16:45

Neta Yitzhak

Less is more: subtle facial expressions emphasize emotion recognition impairments in Huntington’s Disease

17:15

Coffee break

 

17:45

Discussion sessions

 

18:30

Round table discussion

 

19:00

Dinner

 

 

If you would like to register for the event, please send an email to Malin Schütze (Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!). Unfortunately, the maximal number of participants has been reached. Registration is not possible anymore. 

In addition, travel grants including hotel costs (2 nights, October 29th – 31st) are available for a limited number of attendees. Please indicate if you want to be considered for a travel grant and add a brief description of your research background, a CV and an estimate of your travel costs. Funding is granted on the basis of thematic fit and date of application (the earlier the better).

We look forward to seeing you in Dresden!
Jan Haaker and Philipp Kanske