Conference Program

14th Annual International Conference on Psychology
Program (Athens Local Time)
(In the program presentations are included from all the subjects scheduled to be presented in parallel)
(Note: each presentation includes at least 10 minutes for questions and discussions if available)

Monday 25 May 2020

10.00-10.30
Registration


10.30-11.00
Opening and Welcoming Remarks:

  • Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER 
  • Thanos Patelis, Research Scholar, Fordham University, USA. (Video)

11:00-11:30
Ana Cristina Silva, Assistant Teacher, ISPA – Instituto Universitário, Portugal.
Title: The Impact of Revision and Interaction in Orthography Performance on Children from 3rd Grade. (PowerPoint)


11:30-12:00
Nikos Theodoropoulos, PhD Student, The University of Edinburgh, UK.
Title: Moral Belief Revision in a Micro-Social Network. (PowerPoint)


12:00-12:30
Mathilde Duflos, PhD Student, Université François Rabelais – Tours, France.
Title: Effects of Affectionate Communication Received from Grandparents on Young Adults’ Depression. (PowerPoint)


12:30-13:00
Suzanne Igier, PhD Student, Université François Rabelais – Tours, France.
Title: Metacognitive Experiences, Coping Strategies on Severe People with Intellectual Disabilities. (PowerPoint)


13:00-13:30
Anita Robert, PhD Student, Université François Rabelais – Tours, France.
Title: Study of Cognitive Distortion Profile on Mixed Anxiety-Depressive Disorder in Ordinary People. (PowerPoint)


13:30-14:10
Elizabeth Mavroudi, Senior Lecturer, Loughborough University, UK.
Title: Learning To Be Part of a Diaspora: Parental and Young People’s Perspectives from the Greek, Palestinian and Jewish Diasporas in the UK. (PowerPoint) 


14:10-14:40
Marios Theocharopoulos, PhD Student, The University of Edinburgh, UK.
Title: The Social Power Motives and their Association with Moral Disengagement and Reasoning. (PowerPoint)


14:40-15:10
Angela Princiotto, PhD Student, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Title: Fantasy upon Fantasy and the Love for Nostalgia. (PowerPoint)


15:10-15:40
Ralph Cash, Professor, Nova Southeastern University, USA.
Corin Osborn, PhD Student, Nova Southeastern University, USA.
Title: Effects of Broad Interview Training on Suicide, Threat, and Abuse Assessment. (PowerPoint)


15:40-16:10
Melody Schmaltz, Clinical Psychology Student, Nova Southeastern University, USA.
Title: Perfectionism as a Predictor of Clinical Interviewing Skills in Psychology Graduate Students. (PowerPoint)


16:10-16:40
Thanos Patelis, Research Scholar, Fordham University, USA.
Title: Responsibilities of Psychologists to Ensure the Quality of Assessments (PowerPoint)


21:30-23:00
Greek Night
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


Tuesday 26 May 2020

09:00-12:00 Urban Walk
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


12:30-13:00
Daniela Matysová, PhD Student, Charles University, Czech Republic.
Title: Emmanuel Levinas: Beauty and its Evil. 


13:00-13:30
Marko Jakic, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Split, Croatia.
Title: Ethical Actuality of Kant’s Categorical Imperative. (PowerPoint)


13:30-14:00 Break


14:00-14:30
Carlos Correia, Associate Professor, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Title: Redefinition of Art: A New Αesthetical Proposal.


14:30-15:00
Andrew Ward, Lecturer, University of York, UK.
Title: Kant and Hume on the Judgment of Taste.


15:00-15:30
Angela Michelis, Teacher, “G. Peano – S. Pellico” High School in Cuneo (Grammar and Scientific Lyceum), Italy.
Title: The Idea of Justice: Between Eros and Thanatos.


15:30-16:00
Thomas Auxter, Associate Professor, University of Florida, USA.
Title: Socrates at Eleusis: Existential Questions.


16:00-16:30
Katherine Cooklin, Professor, Slippery Rock University, USA.
Title: Ignorance, Epistemic Injustice, and Rape Myths.


16:30-17:00
William O’Meara, Professor, James Madison University, USA.
Title: Dewey on Moral Principles as Hypotheses (PowerPoint)


17:00-17:40
Chin-Tai Kim, Professor, Case Western Reserve University, USA.
Title: Rethinking the Foundation of Normative Ethics.


17:40-18:10
Peter Simpson, Professor, The City University of New York, USA.
Title: A Suggestion for Abortion Laws. (PowerPoint)


18:10-18:40
Katerina Psaroudaki, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Title: Group Reparations and Race-Conscious Affirmative Action.


20:00-21:30
Dinner
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


Wednesday 27 May 2020
Educational Islands Cruise
Thursday 28 May 2020
Delphi Tour

(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)