Conference Program

14th Annual International Conference on Psychology
Tentative 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.

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


Tuesday 26 May 2020

09:00-12:00 Urban Walk


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
Madara Vilne, PhD Student, University of Latvia, Latvia.
Title: New Human and New Age – is it coming? Reflection about Some 20th-21st Century Spiritual Ideas and their Plausibility.


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.


18:40-19:10
Aaron Kilbourn, Professor, Sioux Falls Seminary, USA.
Title: “Suffering” in Christianity.


20:00-21:30
Dinner


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