12 – 14 April 2013   print this page

Conference organizers:

John Bargh, Yale University, United States

Zdravko Radman, Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Croatia

Miloš Judaš, Croatian Institute for Brain Research, Zagreb, Croatia

Shuan Gallagher, University of Memphis, United States

Chris Frith, University College London, United Kingdom

Conference description:

Contemporary study of mind, cognition, and action is dominantly consciousness- and thought-centered. However, substantial evidence has been gathered in the recent times, both in the domain of empirical and theoretical research, that speak in favor of a view that recognizes the importance and impact of the processes below the threshold of consciousness and apart from deliberation. The conference aims to discuss and explore the nature and forms of manifestation of the nonconscious from a multidisciplinary perspective, primarily taking into account neuroscientific, philosophical, psychological, and cognitivist/computationalist views.

Conference lecturers:

Axel Cleeremans, Université Libre de Bruxelles , Belgium

Ap Dijsksterhuis, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

Chris Frith, University College London, United Kingdom

Asushi Iriki, Riken Brain Institute Tokyo, Japan

Sid Kouider, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France

Hakwan Lau, Columbia University, United States

Jesse Prinz, City University of New York, Graduate Center, United States

Corrado Sinigaglia, University of Milan, Italy