AAPP 2018 Conference Program

Saturday, May 5, 2018
Room: New York Ballroom West

8:30 Welcome to AAPP 2018
Peter Zachar – President

Session 1: Moderator – John Sadler

8: 40 Delusional Moods
Huw Green
9:00 Discussion

9:10 Just How Motivated Are Pathological Beliefs?
Kelso Cratsley
9:30 Discussion

9:40 The Illusory Divide Between Compulsion and Choice Models of Addiction
Zoey Lavallee
10:00 Discussion

10:10 -10:20 BREAK

Session 2: Moderator – Jeffrey Bedrick

10:20 Graded Affective Intentionality
Avraham Rot
10:50 Discussion

EDWIN WALLACE LECTURE
Introduction by Jeffrey Bedrick

10:50 Affect Systems and Psychoanalytic Drive Theory Today
OTTO KERNBERG
11:30 Discussion

12:50 – 12:00 Jaspers Award Presented by Christian Perring to Awais Aftab

12:10-1:30 LUNCH

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Moderator – Gerrit Glas

1:30 Emotion Dysregulation and its Interpersonal Context
MATHEW RATCLIFFE
2: 10 Discussion

2:25-2:35 BREAK

Session 3:  Moderator – Serife Tekin

2:35  Existential Guilt and Depressive Responsibility
Jake Jackson
2:55 Discussion

3:05 Phenomenology, Predictive Processing, and Major Depressive Disorder
Zachariah Neemah
3:25 Discussion

3:35 -3:45 BREAK

Session 4:  Moderator –  Phil Sinaikin

3:45 Are All Mental Disorders Affective Disorders?
Michelle Maiese
4.05 Discussion

4:15 Adaptive and Inadaptive Emotions
Laura Mathews
4:35 Discussion

4:45 Adjourn
Sunday May 06, 2018
Room: Central Park West

Session 5: Moderator – Michael B. First

9:00 Informed Consent, Decision-Making, and Capacity
J. J. Rasimas
9:20 Discussion

9:30 Narrative Identity and Psychopathology
Alycia LaGuardia-LoBianco
9:50 discussion

10:00 Integrating Narrative and Clinical Contexts: The Role of Emotion in the Experience of Psychotic Disorders
Kathleen Lowenstein
10:20 Discussion

10:30 -10:45  BREAK

Session 6: – Don Mender

10:45 Culture and Interpersonal Emotions in Depression: An Iranian Case study
Moujan Mirdamadi
11:05 Discussion

11:15 Cultural Affordances and Experience Framing: Making Sense of Emotions and ‘’Mental Health Culture”
Ana Gomez and Samuel Veissière
11:35 Discussion

11:45 -1:15 LUNCH

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Moderator Peter Zachar

1:15 Culture, Psychiatry, and Ontology
JESSE PRINZ
1:55 Discussion

2:10—2:20 BREAK
Session 7: Moderator – Kathryn Tabb

2:20 Managing One’s Cognitive-Emotional Life to Achieve Good Ends: Is Empathy Helpful?
Christopher Caulfield
2:40 Discussion

2:50 From Affective Science to Psychiatric Disorder: Ontology as a Semantic Bridge
Rasmus Larsen and Janna Hastings
3:10 Discussion

3:20 -3:30 BREAK

Session 8: Moderator – Robyn Bluhm

3:30 Affection for Thinness:  Conceiving Anorexia and Bulimia using Spinoza’s Affect Theory
Natalie Zidanic
3:50 Discussion

4:00 The Emotional Life of the Schizophrenic
Abel Franco
4:20 Discussion

4:30 Closing Remarks
Gerrit Glas and Jeff Bedrick

 

Program Participants

Robyn Bluhm, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy/
Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University
rbluhm@msu.edu

Christopher Caulfield, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, USA; LVCHRIS@gmail.com

Kelso Cratsley, PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Concordia University, Canada; kelso.cratsley@gmail.com

Ana Gómez-Carrillo, MD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Division of Social & Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
ana.gomezcarrillo@gmail.com

Michael B. First, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University, NY, USA; mbf2@columbia.edu

Abel B. Franco, PhD, Associate Professor,  Department of Philosophy, California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA abel.franco@yahoo.com

Huw Green, PhD, Postdoctoral Clinical Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY, huw.green@gmail.com

Janna Hastings, University of Cambridge, Department of Biological Sciences.  jh2000@cam.ac.uk

Jake Jackson, Graduate Student, Philosophy Department, Temple University, Philadelphia PA jake.jackson@temple.edu

Otto Kernberg, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, okernber@med.cornell.edu

Alycia LaGuardia-LoBianco, Graduate Student,
Philosophy Department, University of Connecticut, USA
alycia.laguardia@uconn.edu

Rasmus Rosenberg Larsen, PhD, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto, Mississauga, rosenberg.larsen@utoronto.ca

Zoey Lavallee, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, City University of New York, Graduate Center, NY, zoey.a.lavallee@gmail.com

Kathleen Lowenstein, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, Michigan State University, lowenst5@msu.edu

Michelle Maiese, PhD, Associate Professor of Philosophy,
Chair of the Philosophy Department, Emmanuel College
maiesemi@emmanuel.edu

Laura Matthews, Graduate Student, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Lkmatt12@uga.edu

Donald Mender, MD, Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University, donald.mender@yale.edu

Moujan Mirdamadi, Graduate student, Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Religion, Lancaster University, UK m.mirdamadi@lancaster.ac.uk

Zachariah A. Neemeh, Graduate Student, Philosophy, Graduate Student Affiliate, Institute for Intelligent Systems, University of Memphis zaneemeh@memphis.edu

Christian Perring, PhD, Adjunct Full Professor, St John’s University, NY, cperring@yahoo.com

Jesse Prinz, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Program, Director of Interdisciplinary Science Studies, City University of New York, Graduate Center, New York, NY, jesse@subcortex.com

J.J. Rasimas, MD, PhD, FAPM., Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Emergency Medicine University of Minnesota & Penn State College of Medicine, Director of C-L Psychiatry, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN;  joseph.rasimas@hcmed.org

Matthew Ratcliffe, PhD, Professor for Theoretical Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria matthew.ratcliffe@univie.ac.at

Avraham Rot, PhD, Richard Macksey Postdoctoral Fellow, The Humanities Center, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University avreimir@yahoo.com

John Z. Sadler, MD, Daniel W. Foster Professor of Medical Ethics and Professor  of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry
Editor:  Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology,
UT Southwestern.
John.Sadler@UTSouthwestern.edu

Phil Sinaikin MD, MA (retired), PhilSin@aol.com

Kathryn Tabb, PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University, NY, USA; kct2121@columbia.edu

Samuel Veissière, PhD, Assistant Professor, Culture, Mind, and Brain Program, Departments of Psychiatry & Anthropology,  McGill University, samuel.veissiere@mcgill.ca

Natalie Zidanic, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, University of Guelph, Canada nzidanic@uoguelph.ca

Location
New York Sheraton
811 7th Ave
New York, NY
10019

Program Chairs

Gerrit Glas, MD, Professor of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Extraordinary Professor of Reformational Philosophy, Institute for Philosophy
Leiden University, g.glas@dimencegroep.nl

Jeffrey Bedrick, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Drexel University; Jeffrey.Bedrick@DrexelMed.edu   

Peter Zachar, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology , Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Auburn University Montgomery, pzachar@aum.edu

Peer-reviewers for submissions:

Sanneke de Haan, PhD
Doug Heinrichs, MD
Ed Hirsch, PhD, MD
Sarah Kamens, PhD
Claire Pouncey, MD
Emma Satlof-Bedrick, PhD
Scott Waterman, MD

Jaspers Committee

Christian Perring, PhD, Chair    Claire Pouncey, MD
Jeff Bedrick, MD                      
Doug Porter, MD
Robyn Bluhm, PhD                   
John Sadler, MD
Brent Kious, MD, PhD               
Scott Waterman, MD
James Phillips, MD                  
Peter Zachar, PhD

THERE IS NO FEE FOR ATTENDANCE/NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED

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