Programme

CON AMORE 2020 Celebration Symposium

Postponed - new and final date 18 November 2020 

If we are not able to host the event on campus due to COVID-19 restrictions, the CON AMORE 2020 Celebration Symposium will be held as an online event on the same date, 18 November 2020.

Tentative programme

8.15–8.45     
Registration and coffee

8.45–9.00     
Welcome

9.00–9.45     
Dorthe Berntsen: Ten years as a DNRF Center of Excellence: Autobiographical memory and some of our key findings viewed in a wider perspective

9.45–10.00    
Katrine Rasmussen: Consequences of frontal lobe dysfunction on autobiographical memory

10.00–10.15 
Adam Redman Congleton: It took me by surprise: The effects of emotion and retrieval cues on memory for event details

10.15–10.45 
Coffee break

10.45–11.15 ­­
Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen: Using life story chapters to illuminate identity problems in individuals with severe mental illness

11.15–11.45 
Annette Bohn: Life story development in typically developing and vulnerable children and adolescents

11.45–14.00 
Lunch
Poster session
Coffee

14.00–14.45 
Rick H. Hoyle, Duke University (online): Intellectual humility: Acknowledging the limits of one’s knowledge and understanding

14.45–15.00 
Tine Bennedsen Gehrt: Anxiety and event centrality: Negative and health-related autobiographical memories

15.00–15.30
Peter Krøjgaard: Event memory in infants and young children

15.30–15.45 
Trine Sonne: On the topic of spontaneous recall in young children: What triggers the recall of memories?

15.45–16.15 
Coffee break

16.15–17.00 
David C. Rubin, Duke University (online): CON AMORE and progress in autobiographical memory research 

17.00–17.15 
Mélissa Allé (online): Involuntary autobiographical memory in the psychosis continuum

17.15–17.30 
Sinué Salgado: The physiology of autobiographical memories: Physiological arousal during everyday life event and their memories

17.30–17.45 
Dorthe Berntsen: Concluding remarks