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Credition - Preliminary Program

Preliminary Program

 

Wednesday, 20 October 2021
 
 
11:00 Opening  
  Representative of Volkswagen Räthel

Introduction

   
  Chair: Angel, Seitz
11:15 Pathways and crossroads to creditions - insights from a retrospective view Angel
11:45 Beliefs: neurophysiological underpinnings Seitz
12:15 Self-in-the-world-map evolved in the primate brain as bases of civilized Homo sapiens Iriki
12:45 Discussion  

 

13:00-14:00

 

 

Break

 

Philosophy

   
  Chair: Van Leeuwen
14:00 Nature of Belief from philosophical perspective Schwitzgebel
14:30 Are we in control of our creditions? – Doxastic voluntarism and the theory of creditions Visala
15:00 Exploring the diversity of religious beliefs through studies of philosophy of religion and neuroscience Runehov
15:30 Cognitive underpinnings of Buddhist philosophical traditions Forman

 

Break

 

 

16:00 – 17:30

 

 

Cognitive Science

 

 
  Chair: Fuentes
17:30 Believing: Meaning making systems Park
18:00 Placebo, nocebo: Believing in the field of medicine Meissner
18:30 Proximate and ultimate causes of supranatural beliefs van Elk
19:00 Neuroscience of religion: Pitfalls and prospects Schjödt

 

20:00

 

 

Dinner

 
Thursday, 21 October 2021
   

Physiology I

   
  Chair: Shamay-Tsoory
9:00 Towards a psychoneurobiological framework of interpersonal trust Krueger
9:30 Cultural differences in neurocognitive mechanisms of believing Han
10:00 Invisible presences Blanke

 

10:30 – 11:00

 

 

Break

 

Clinical Studies

   
  Chair: Blanke
11:00 The empathic brain: A two-brains approach for understanding the neural underpinnings of empathy Shamay-Tsoory
11:30 Neural underpinning of human beliefs: Evidence from brain lesions Cristofori
12:00 Believing in the Covid19-pandemic in individuals with
bipolar disorders
Dalkner
12:30 Learning about credition Madzarevic

 

13:00 – 14:00

 

 

Break

 

Physiology II

   
  Chair: Krueger
14:00 Abstractness and language Borghi
14:30 How our environment and emotional responses shape 
how we learn
Garrett
 
15:00 Sensorimotor basis of self-transcendence Suguira

 

15:30 – 16:00

 

 

Break

 

Decision making

   
  Chair: Sugiura
16:00 Neural mechanisms underlying expectation-guided decision-making Kahnt
16:30 Where do our preferences come from? The impact of hard choices on the neural coding of preferences Voigt
17:00 The influence of credition on decision making in the
development of sustainable powertrain solutions
Kranabitl

 

19:00

 

 

Dinner

 
Friday, 22 October 2021
   
Modelling    
  Chair: Hick
9:00 The synergies between understanding belief and
artificial intelligence
Lumbreras
9:30 Doxastic and deontic models of belief Vestrucci
10:00 The phylogenesis and ontogenesis of biases van Eyghen

 

10:30 – 11:00

 

 

Break

 
Believing and Beliefs    
  Chair: Runehov
11:00 Why the multidisciplinary study of belief and believing
matters so much.
Oviedo
11:30 Two concepts of ‘belief’ strength: Epistemic confidence versus identity strength van Leeuwen
12:00 Degrees of belief and categorical beliefs Dietrich
12:30 Evolving belief: Insights into the development and
functioning of human society
Fuentes

 

13:00 14:00

 

 

Break

 
Believing, Appraising, and Meaning Making    
  Chair: Oviedo
14:00 Believing and appraising in meaning making processes Park
14:30 Believing and the disposal of bodies after death Applewhite
15:00 Believing and appraising in context: Cognizing
experiences as events
Taves
15:30 Believing, appraising and lived experience: Can we
separate them in practice?
Ihm
16:00 End of symposium  
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