Call for abstracts - Autobiographical Memory and the Self
Conference, 20-21 June 2018 in Aarhus, Denmark
The relation between autobiographical memory and the self has intrigued researchers for decades. This complex relationship has been studied from an abundance of perspectives, including philosophical, social, neural, developmental, cultural and clinical perspectives. There is strong evidence that our current sense of self, our goals and attitudes, affect how we remember and construct our personal past, and that our personal memories help us to maintain a positive sense of self. Yet, many questions are left unresolved. We believe that there is a need to bring together different areas of research and explore a variety of perspectives on autobiographical memory and the self.
We invite all researchers to submit abstracts for poster presentations describing some of their most recent and exciting findings concerning autobiographical memory, the self or related issues. Please note we welcome poster abstracts from many different areas, including, but not limited to, research on autobiographical memory.
All abstracts for posters are welcome. Deadline for submission of poster abstracts is 15 January 2018.
Read more about the programme here.
- Fabrice Berna, CHRU de Strasbourg
- Felipe De Brigard, Duke University
- Barbara Dritschel, University of St. Andrews
- Rick H. Hoyle, Duke University
- Michael D. Kopelman, King’s College London
- Dan P. McAdams, Northwestern University
- Pascale Piolino, Descartes Université Paris
- Elaine Reese, University of Otago
- Constantine Sedikides, University of Southampton
- Jefferson A. Singer, Connecticut College