CUNY at the Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology

CUNY at the Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology

Fourteen current and former CUNY faculty and students will present at the upcoming Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology meeting in New Orleans. See details below.

The 107th Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology New Orleans, April 2-4, 2015

THURSDAY, APRIL 4: PHILOSOPHY SESSIONS

1:45    Nicolas Porot, CUNY Graduate Center [CUNY student]
Boundary Extension, Representational Momentum, and the Content of Memories of Images

3:45    David Pence, University of Pittsburgh
Mary Meets Agnosia
Commentator: Lauren Alpert, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY student]

FRIDAY APRIL 5: PHILOSOPHY SESSIONS

10:00   Kenneth Williford, University of Texas, Arlington
Phenomenological Undecidability
Commentator: Joshua Weisberg, University of Houston [CUNY alumnus]

10:30   Aaron Kostko & John Bickle, University of Minnesota, Rochester & Mississippi State University / University of Mississippi Medical Center
Causal Explanation in Social Neuroscience: Two Analyses
Commentator: Javier Gomez-Lavin, CUNY Graduate Center [CUNY student]

10:45   Trip Glazer, Georgetown University
Language and Expression
Commentator: James Dow, Hendrix College [CUNY alumnus]

11:30   Brian Robinson, Michigan State University [CUNY Alumnus]
The Semantic Space of Intellectual Humility
Commentator: Jack Marley-Payne, MIT

10:45   Sara Kolmes, Florida State University
Ego Depletion and Organ Donation
Commentator: Joanna Smolenski, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY student]

10:20   Peter Langland-Hassan, University of Cincinnati [CUNY alumnus], Christopher Gauker, University of Salzburg, Michael Richardson, University of Cincinnati, and Aimee Dietz, University of Cincinnati
Impairment of Metacognition in Categorization Tasks Due to Inner Speech Deficits

FRIDAY APRIL 5: PSYCHOLOGY SESSIONS:

11:00   John Greenwood, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY professor]
Wilhelm Wundt: The First Gestalt Psychologist?

12:45   Peter Langland-Hassan, University of Cincinnati [CUNY alumnus]
Inner Speech and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Schizophrenia: Lessons from the Aphasias
Commentator: Heidi Maibom, University of Cincinnati

SATURDAY, APRIL 6: PHILOSOPHY SESSIONS:

11:15   Zoe Jenkin, Harvard University
The Epistemic Costs and Benefits of Top-Down Effects  [former student-transferred to Harvard]

9:45    Nick Byrd, Florida State University
Has Associationism Been Defeated?
Commentator: Jake Quilty-Dunn, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY student]

10:30   Matthew Rachar, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY student]
Coupling and Commitment in Joint Action?
Commentator: Chloé Cooper Jones, CUNY Graduate Center [CUNY student]
11:15   John Greenwood, CUNY, Graduate Center [CUNY professor]
Social Cognition, Social Neuroscience, and Evolutionary Social Psychology: What’s Missing?
Commentator: Tad Zawidzki, George Washington University

FRIDAY APRIL 5: PSYCHOLOGY SESSIONS:

9:00    Javier Gomez-Lavin and Jesse Prinz, The CUNY Graduate Center
The Boundaries of the Moral Self [CUNY student & professor]