domenica 15 maggio 2016

Il cervello emotivo e il cervello razionale. Convegno annuale di neuroetica a Padova

Si svolgerà la prossima settimana a Padova, dal 18-20 maggio 2016 il consueto Convegno Scientifico Internazionale di Neuroetica e III Congresso della Società italiana di Neuroetica – SINe. Intitolato “Il cervello emotivo e il cervello razionale. Frontiere della Neuroetica Incontri su Neuroscienze e Società” quest’importante evento accademico italiano è già alla sua VIIIa edizione. Tra gli illustri ospiti: Daniel C. Dennett Giacomo RizzolattiDi seguito, alcune informazioni importanti.

Location: Università di Padova, Scuola di Psicologia, Aula Cesare Musatti, via Venezia, 8.
Comitato organizzatore: Andrea Lavazza, Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo; Giuseppe Sartori, University of Padua; Michele Di Francesco, IUSS, Pavia (SINe president) Francesca Gnoato, University of Padua Marco Viola, IUSS, Pavia Sarah Songhorian, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan.

Programma.
Mercoledì 18 Maggio / Wednesday May 18
10:00 Registrazione dei partecipanti / Registration
10:30 Apertura del Convegno e Saluti delle Autorità / Opening Remarks
10:50 – 11:50 Sessione mattutina / Morning Session Intentions and the Moral Point of View Bernard Baertschi, Université de Genève
Chair: Patrizia Bisiacchi, University of Padua

11:50 – 12:10 Coffee Break

12:10 – 13:30 Sessioni parallele / Parallel session Contributed papers Sessione in Aula Musatti / Session in Musatti Room
Chair: Matteo Cerri, University of Bologna
1) Frederic Gilbert (University of Tasmania, ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science), Are Predictive Brain Implants a Menace to Autonomous Decisions? Results from a first-in-human study
2) Merylin Monaro (University of Padua), A technique to detect fake identities with high accuracy and its effect on cognitive privacy

Sessione in aula Riunioni DPSS / Session in DPSS Meeting Room
Chair: Patrizia Bisiacchi, University of Padua
1) Michela Balconi, and Maria Elide Vanutelli (Catholic University of Milan), Cognition and emotions in the brain during cooperate and competitive joined actions
2) Robyn Repko Waller (King’s College, London), Emotion versus Reason: A worry for the dual process theory of moral judgment from cognitive-affective integration

13:30 – 14:45 Lunch Break

14:45 – 15:00 Sessione Poster / Poster Session

15:00 – 16:00 Sessione pomeridiana / Afternoon Session Can We be Epigenetically Proactive?
Kathinka Evers, University of Uppsala
Chair: Massimo Reichlin, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan

16:00 – 16:20 Coffee Break

16:20 – 17:40 Sessioni parallele / Parallel session Contributed papers

Sessione in Aula Musatti / Session in Musatti Room
Chair: Massimo Reichlin, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan
1) Marcello Ienca (Institute for Biomedical Ethics, University of Basel), and Fabrice Jotterand (Department of Healthcare Ethics, Regis University), Artificial Intelligence for the Ageing Brain. Is the AI Revolution about to change Elderly Care?
2) Concetta Sinopoli, Giuseppina Talarico, and Giuseppe Bruno (University “La Sapienza”, Rome), Sottoporsi a test genetico per malattia di Alzheimer
familiare: reazioni emotive e motivazioni razionali

Sessione in aula Riunioni DPSS / Session in DPSS Meeting Room
Chair: Marco Viola, IUSS, Pavia
1) Gabriele Ferretti (University of Urbino - Universiteit Antwerpen), Mixing Visuo-Motor and Visuo-Affective Representations in a Robotic Brain: A Case Study concerning Embodied Vision in Neurorobotics
2) Marco Fasoli (University of Milan-Bicocca), Why do we feel so uncomfortable while speaking of the moral status of cognitive artifacts?

Giovedì 19 Maggio / Thursday May 19

9:30 – 11:00 Sessione mattutina / Morning Session From Mirror Neurons to the Mirror Brain Lectio Magistralis: Giacomo Rizzolatti, University of Parma premiato con la medaglia SINe / awarded with the SINe Medal Laudatio di/by  Stefano Cappa, IUSS Pavia

11:00 -11:20 Coffee Break

11:20 – 12:20 Sessione mattutina / Morning Session Consciousness, Control, and Responsibility Pietro Pietrini, University of Pisa
Chair: Vittorio A. Sironi, University of Milan-Bicocca

12:20 – 13:00 Sessioni parallele / Parallel session Contributed papers Sessione in Aula Musatti / Session in Musatti Room
Chair: Giuseppe Sartori, University of Padua
1) Michela Balconi, Elisabetta Grippa, Valeria Milone, Irene Venturella, and Maria Elide Vanutelli (Catholic University of Milan), Emotion regulation and brain response in Schizophrenia: A neurofeedback intervention as assessed by EEG and optical imaging (functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy)

Sessione in aula Riunioni DPSS / Session in DPSS Meeting Room
Chair: Sarah Songhorian, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan
1) Alfredo Tomasetta (IUSS, Pavia), If you’re a believer, you’d better believe in physicalism

13:00 – 14:15 Lunch Break

14:15 – 14:30 Sessione Poster / Poster Session

14:30 – 16:00 Sessione pomeridiana / Afternoon Session Implications from Neuroscience to Public Policy Lectio Magistralis: Daniel C. Dennett, Tufts University premiato con la medaglia SINe / awarded with the SINe Medal Laudatio di/by  Mario De Caro, Roma Tre University

16:00 – 16:20 Coffee Break

16:20 – 17:40 Sessioni parallele / Parallel session Contributed papers Sessione in Aula Musatti / Session in Musatti Room
Chair: Vittorio A. Sironi, University of Milan-Bicocca
1) Mariaflavia Cascelli (Roma Tre University), Self-awareness and action: where does the sense of agency come from?
2) Frederike Beyer (UCL), Nura Sidarus (UCL), Sofia Bonicalzi (SAS), and Patrick Haggard (UCL), Beyond self-serving bias: diffusion of responsibility reduces sense of agency and outcome monitoring.

Sessione in aula Riunioni DPSS / Session in DPSS Meeting Room
Chair: Silvia Pellegrini, University of Pisa
1) Elisabetta Lalumera (University of Milan-Bicocca), Narcissism and
Neuroscience: still a top-down explanation?
2) Daniel Pallarés-Domínguez, and Maria Medina-Vicent (Universitat Jaume I), Ethical implications of the female brain in the women's business leadership

18:30 Assemblea SINe / SINe Meeting
 
Venerdì 20 Maggio / Friday May 20

9:30 – 11:30 Sessione mattutina / Morning Session Neurotechnology, Brainreading, and Freedom of Thought Pim Haselager, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Modern Psychiatric Neurosurgery – Ethical Issues Sabine Mueller, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Chair: Elisabetta Sirgiovanni, University of Rome-La Sapienza

11:30 – 12:00 Coffee Break

12:00 – 14:20 Sessioni parallele / Parallel session Contributed papers  Sessione in Aula Musatti / Session in Musatti Room
Chair: Guglielmo Gulotta, University of Turin
1) Giulia Piredda (IUSS, Pavia), The limits of subjective consciousness
2) Matteo Grasso (Roma Tre University), A “cognitivist” objection to Russellian monism as solution to the hard problem of consciousness
3) Paolo Pecere (University of Cassino and Southern Lazio), The "old" and the "new" hard problem of consciousness

Sessione in aula Riunioni DPSS / Session in DPSS Meeting Room
Chair: Silvia Pellegrini, University of Pisa
1) Carolina Pletti, Giulia Benvegnù, Grazia Pia Palmiotti, Lorella Lotto, Alessandra Tasso, and Michela Sarlo (University of Padua), Post-decisional anticipated emotion in moral dilemmas resolution
2) Joana Rigato (Champalimaud Research, Lisboa), Introspective reports as data:
Neurophenomenology, Heterophenomenology and the DES method
3) Francisco Arenas-Dolz (Universitat de València), The Rhetorical Nature of
Language: A Neurocognitive Approach to Emotions

14:30 Chiusura dei lavori / Closing Remarks - Aula Musatti –— –— Segreteria Scientifica e Organizzativa / Conference Coordinator (general):
Dott.ssa Francesca Gnoato
Segreteria per le call di paper e poster / Conference Coordinator (Papers and
posters)
Dott.ssa Sarah Songhorian

Tutte le informazioni relative al Convegno, alle regole di invio di paper e poster e alle modalità di partecipazione, compresa la scheda di iscrizione saranno disponibili sul sito: http://www.societadineuroetica.it/
News and information about the Conference available on the SINe website:

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