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08:30 - 15:45 25 April 2015

Implications of Research on the Neuroscience of Affect, Attachment and Social Cognition Conference

Location

Cruciform B304 - LT1 | Cruciform Building (link Map)
Gower Street | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: £200, students £50
Ticketing: Ticketed

Speaker information

Simon Baron-Cohen, Autism Research Centre, Cambridge University
Martin Debbane, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Peter Fonagy, Anna Freud Centre, and University College London,
Antonia Hamilton, University College London, UK
Jeremy Holmes, University of Exeter, UK
Pilyoung Kim, University of Denver, USA
Patrick Luyten, University of Leuven, Belgium
Read Montague, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, USA
Michael Moutoussis, Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, and UCL,UK
Tobias Nolte, Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, and UCL,UK
Leonhard Schilbach, Max-Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Germany
Patrick Shafto, University of Louisville, USA
Manos Tsakiris, (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Essi Viding, University College London, UK

For the third time, leading neuroscientists from Europe and the USA will host this unique forum exploring the latest neuroscience research with reference to treatments of mental disorders including autism, depression, personality disorders and attachment disorders. Implications on clinical and developmental perspectives of these psychopathologies will be discussed. This will be an interdisciplinary platform to have a dialogue between basic science and clinical practice, and is a vital research and networking opportunity for researchers and clinicians with an interest in the social brain.

The conference will build upon previous ones but specifically aims at deepening clinical understanding of the role of the social brain when working with children, adolescence and adults. It will provide an integrative framework to think about interventions in mental health combining current state of the art clinical neuroscience and developmental disorders.


Contact

Events Coordinator
events.psychoanalysis@ucl.ac.uk


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