AAPP 2016 Meeting Schedule, May 14-15, Atlanta

Date: May 14-15, 2016

Location: Atlanta Marriott Marquis Hotel, M303-304
265 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303

Program Chairs: Serife Tekin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Daemen College; Amherst, NY stekin@daemen.edu; Peter Zachar, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology , Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Auburn University Montgomery, Montgomery, AL pzachar@aum.edu

THERE IS NO FEE FOR ATTENDANCE/NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Saturday, May 14, 2016

8:30 Welcome to AAPP 2016
Claire Pouncey – President

Session 1: Moderator Ginger Hoffman

8: 40 RDoC: Out of the fire and into the frying pan?
Robyn Bluhm
9:00 Discussion

9:10 Handwaving at validity – Can we measure psychological constructs?
Claire Pouncey
9:30 Discussion

9:40 RDoC and the problem of normativity: conceptual analysis vs. philosophy of biology
Reiner Schuur
10:00 Discussion

10:00 BREAK

Session 2: Moderator Christian Perring

10: 15 Announcement of Jaspers Award Winners
Christian Perring

10:25 Letting many flowers bloom: the importance of methodological pluralism in the study of mental illness
Brent Kious
10:45 Discussion

EDWIN R. WALLACE IV LECTURE
Moderator – Peter Zachar

11:00 Neurocentrism: implications for conceptualizations of mental disorder
SCOTT LILIENFELD
11:40 Discussion

12:00 LUNCH

Session 3: Moderator Aaron Kostko

1:30 Extended mental disorder: worries for reductionism
Rachel Cooper
1:50 Discussion

2:00 Psychopathy and science
Emma Satloff-Bedrick & Jeff Bedrick
2:20 Discussion

2:30 BREAK

2:45 On the ethics of description in psychiatric nosology from DSM to RDoC
Kathryn Tabb
3:05 Discussion

3:15 The normal, the pathological, and RDoC: what about race and gender?
Doug Porter
3:35 Discussion

3:45 BREAK

Session 4: Moderator Jessica Wahman

4:00 Attachment within the RDoC: promising ‘biomarkers’ carrying deceptively complex conceptual baggage
Kevin Keith
4:20 Discussion

4:30 Keep calm and embrace futility
Alexander Parker
4:50 Discussion

Sunday May 15, 2016

Session 5: Moderator J. J. Rasimus

9:00 The explanatory importance of levels and mechanisms
Kelso Cratsley

9:20 Discussion

9:30 Should psychiatric nosology be constrained by underlying causal mechanisms?
Nicolaus Slouthouber
9:50 Discussion

10:00 Missing the middle: psychosis and temporal lobe epilepsy
Valerie Hardcastle
10:20 Discussion

10:30 BREAK

Session 6: Moderator Michael B. First

10:45 RDoC’s special kind of reductionism and its possible impact on clinical psychiatry
Simon Goyer and Luc Faucher
11:05 Discussion

11:05 Hempel’s account of psychiatric taxonomy: its historical and contemporary interest
Jon Tsou
11:25 Discussion

11:45 LUNCH

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Moderator – Serife Tekin
1:15 Facts and Myths about RDoC
Uma Vaidyanathan
1:55 Discussion

2:15 BREAK

Session 7: Moderator Robyn Bluhm

2:30 Scientism and the enlightenment split
Nikola Andonovski
2:50 Discussion

3:00 Outcome measures in schizophrenia research
Phoebe Friesen
3:20 Discussion

3:30 BREAK

Session 8 Moderator Jeff Bedrick

3:40 What is a diagnostic error in psychiatry?
Dany Lamothe and Mona Gupta
4:00 Discussion

4:10 What does it mean to have a meaning problem? meaning, control, and the mechanisms of change in psychotherapy Garsen Leder
4:30 Discussion

4:40 Closing Remarks
Serife Tekin

 

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