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International Workshop for Young Researchers "Knowing self, knowing others"ポスター発表募集のお知らせ

2011年1月29日~30日に、京都大学百周年時計台記念館におきまして、表記国際ワークショップを開催します。これは、国際的に第一線で活躍されている大学院生、ポスドクなどの若手研究者を招いて、自己理解ならびに他者理解に関して、進化的視点、発達的視点、文化的視点、教育的視点などから、cross-disciplinaryな議論をおこなおうという趣旨のものです。つきましては、このワークショップにおけるポスター発表を募集します。発表内容は、このワークショップの趣旨に、「非常に広い意味で」関連していれば結構です。自称若手の方は、どうぞ奮ってお申し込み下さい。

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世話人
藤田和生(京都大学)kfujita@bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp
小島隆次(京都大学)kojima@educ.kyoto-u.ac.jp

プログラム
International Workshop for Young Researchers
"Knowing self, knowing others"

January 29-30, 2011
Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto University

January 29 (Sat)
9:30
Registration
9:55
Opening Remark
10:00-12:15
Session 1: Self and others in nonhuman primates
Annika Paukner (NICHD, USA): Matching of self and other - possible mechanisms and functions of neonatal imitation in infant macaques
Evan Maclean (Duke University, USA): Attentional perspective taking in chimpanzees and bonobos
Ayaka Takimoto (Kyoto University, Japan): Sensitivity to others' welfare in capuchin monkeys
Toyomi Matsuno (Kyoto University, Japan): Visual body recognition in tufted capuchin monkeys
12:30-15:00
Poster Session with Lunch
15:15-17:30
Session 2: Social cognition in dog, horse, and human infants
Sarah-Jane Vick (University of Stirling, UK): Comparative approaches to the study of self control: How do dogs and parrots perform on behavioural inhibition tasks?
Leanne Proops (University of Sussex, UK): Horse social cognition: recognizing others and understanding their communicative cues
Agnes Kovacs (Central European University, Hungary): Representational preconditions for understaniding other's mind: Evidence from human adults, infants and dogs
Akiko Takaoka (Kyoto University, Japan): Dogs recognize other's features flexibly, not only what they can see but also what they can not see.
18:00
Social Session
January 30 (Sun)
9:15-11:30
Session 3: Understanding others
Erno Teglas (Central European University, Hungary): The role of self-generated contingencies understanding communicative intent in infancy and beyond
Janine Oostenbroek (University of Queensland, Australia): Understanding imitation in the newborn period: A longitudinal study perspective
Hika Kuroshima (Kyoto University, Japan): Perception of others' action: effect of one's own actions in monkeys
Yasuhiro Kanakogi (Kyoto University, Japan): Developmental correspondence between action prediction and motor ability in early infancy
13:00-15:15
Session 4: Risk, handicap, and happiness
Yoichi Takahashi (Tottori University, Japan): Understanding patients in doctor-patient communications
Alexander Wulf (Hamburg University, Germany): Risk and happiness: An investigation of the social norms governing risk-taking and innovative behaviour in Japan
Kosuke Asada (Kyoto University, Japan): Pragmatic language deficits in children with Williams syndrome
Ryoko Fujiwara (Kyoto University, Japan): The trickster; Beyond the border of self and others.
15:30-17:45
Session 5: Cutural perspective
Hsin-Yueh Hsu (China Medical University, Taiwan): Exploring the other-race effect in Taiwanese infants and adults
Han HyunJung (University of Tokyo, Japan): How does the contact with the different cultures define one's own culture? - In the case of modern education system in colonial Chosun(1910-1945) -
Mina Ishizu (London School of Economics and Politics, UK): Useful and reliable knowledge of material progress in comparative global history
Ruprecht Mattig (Kyoto University, Japan): The understanding of self and others as an ongoing cross-cultural dialogue
17:45
Closing Remark
Organizers:
Kazuo Fujita, Shoji Itakura, and Shoko Suzuki (Kyoto University)
Supported by:
MEXT Global COE Program, D-07 (Masuo Koyasu, Program Leader)
JSPS Grant-in-Aide for Scientific Research (S), 20220004 (Kazuo Fujita)
Correspondence:
azuo Fujita, Kyoto University (kfujita@bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp)