2019 Conference Schedule

Location:

Westin St. Francis San Francisco
335 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA
94102

Saturday, May 18th, 2019

Room: Elizabethan C

8:30 Welcome to AAPP 2019

Peter Zachar – President

Session 1: Moderator – James Phillips

8: 40 The Problems for Philosophical Counselors – Yujia Song
9:00 Discussion

9:10 The Aspirations for a Paradigm Shift in DSM-5: An Oral History – Peter Zachar
9:30 Discussion

9:40 The Unconscious as a Private Language – Jeff Bedrick
10:00 Discussion

10:10 -10:25 BREAK

Session 2: Moderator – Scott Waterman

10:25 Epistemic Injustice and Psychiatric Classification – Anke Beuter
10:45 Discussion

10:55 Psychiatric Diagnoses as Recipes for Constructing Models of People – Sam Fellowes
11:15 Discussion

11:25 For a Pluralistic Approach to Psychiatric Kinds: The Case of Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder – Anne-Marie Gagné-Julien & Andréanne Bérubé

11:45 Discussion

11:55 Jaspers Award Presented by Scott Waterman

Expanding Outcome Measures in Schizophrenia Research: Does RDoC Pose a Threat? – Phoebe Friesen

12:15-1:45 LUNCH

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Tanya Luhrmann – Is the Shaman Schizophrenic, After All? How Religious Practice May Change Psychotic Experience
Moderator – Aaron Kostko

1:45 Lecture
2:30 Discussion

2:45-3:00 BREAK

Session 3:  Moderator – Ginger Hoffman

3:00 Getting It Out of Your System: Emotional Expression and the Post-Cybernetic Self – Ethan Hallerman
3:20 Discussion

3:30 Psychopathology in The Cyber-Century: Virtual Self and Digital Depersonalization – Elena Bezzubova
3:50 Discussion

4:00 Born Which Way? Disentangling Etiology, Ontology and Responsibility in ADHD – Polaris Koi
4:20 Discussion

4:30 Adjourn

5:00-6:00 RECEPTION

Room: Elizabethan D 


Sunday May 19th, 2019

Room: Elizabethan C 

Session 4: Moderator –

9:00 Mentalization and Embodied Selfhood in Borderline Personality Disorder – Eli Neustadter
9:20 Discussion

9:30 Self-Injury, Shame, and Agency – Alycia Laguardia-Lobianco
9:50 Discussion

10:00 Psychiatric disorders and empathy: the limits of narrative – Zachary Schwartz
10:20 Discussion

10:30 -10:40  BREAK

Session 5: Moderator – Christian Perring

10:40 Participatory Research in Psychiatry: Unpacking Epistemic and Ethical Justifications – Phoebe Friesen
11:00 Discussion

11:10 Institutional Corruption and Medical/Psychiatric Ethics: A Case Study and Implications for Reform – Scott Waterman
11:30 Discussion

11:40 -1:15 LUNCH

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Jacob Stegenga – Sex, Drugs, and Disease Creep
Moderator: Brent Kious

1:15 Lecture
1:55 Discussion

2:10—2:20 BREAK

Session 6: Moderator – Robyn Bluhm

2:20 Wraiths of the Mind: Cognitive Feelings and Psychopathology – Slawa Loev
2:40 Discussion

2:50 Thought Insertion in Schizophrenia – Kate Finley
3:20 Discussion

3:30 Psychedelics, Epistemic Benefit, and Philosophical Naturalism about the Mind – Ben Lewis
3:50 Discussion

4:00 Closing Remarks

Brent Kious and Aaron Kostko