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Selected contributions to the Joint Conference and related new papers are published in:
Tschacher, Wolfgang and Dauwalder, Jean-Pierre (Eds.)(1999). Dynamics, Synergetics, Autonomous Agents - Nonlinear Systems Approaches to Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science. Singapore: World Scientific.
organized by the
Herbstakademie "Selbstorganisation in Psychologie und Sozialwissenschaften"
Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences
SUNDAY March 2nd EVENING SESSION 17:00-17:45 Hermann HAKEN (University of Stuttgart) Synergetics: basic concepts and applications in psychology 17:45-18:15 Break 18:15-18:45 William SULIS (McMaster University) A formal theory of collective intelligence 18:45-19:15 Wolfgang TSCHACHER & Christian SCHEIER (University of Bern) Order and pattern formation in psycho-social systems 19:15-19:45 Discussion MONDAY March 3rd MORNING SESSION 09:15-10:00 Richard EISER (University of Exeter) Attitudes and the self as self-organizing systems 10:00-10:30 Break 10:30-11:00 Stephen GUASTELLO (Marquette University) Hierarchical dynamics for organizational productivity 11:00-11:30 Jean-Pierre DAUWALDER (University of Lausanne) Quality of life as an emergent phenomenon 11:30-12:00 Discussion 12:00-17:00 Lunch, Sport (16:00-16:30 Yoga exercises with Reinhard Scholze, Vienna) EVENING SESSION 17:00-17:45 Francisco VARELA (LENA-CNRS Paris) Non-linearities and synchrony in brain processes 17:45-18:15 Break 18:15-18:45 John SHINER & M. DAVISON (University of Bern) On measures for order and complexity 18:45-19:15 Philippos VANGER, R. HOENLINGER, D. CZOGALIK & H. HAKEN (University of Stuttgart) Synergetic modeling in coding facial expressions of emotion during psychotherapy 19:15-19:45 Discussion 20:30-22:00 Social Event (ice curling!) TUESDAY March 4th MORNING SESSION 09:15-10:00 Esther THELEN (Indiana University) Dynamics and the developmental origins of an embodied cognition 10:00-10:30 Break 10:30-11:00 Thomas BRÖCKER & Jürgen KRIZ (University of Osnabrück) Formation and adaptation of schemata 11:00-11:30 Luc CIOMPI (University of Bern) An affect-centered model of the psyche and its consequences for a new understanding of nonlinear psychology and psychopathology 11:30-12:00 Discussion 12:00-17:00 Lunch, Sport EVENING SESSION 17:00-17:45 John S. NICOLIS (University of Patras) Non-chaotic fractal attractors as dynamic models for linguistic processes 17:45-18:15 Break 18:15-18:45 Peter MOLENAAR & Karl NEWELL (University of Amsterdam) Direct fit of the Schoener-Haken-Kelso model to oscillatory finger motions 18:45-19:15 Günter SCHIEPEK (University of Münster) Psychotherapy as a self-organizing dynamic system: Research tools and practical consequences 19:15-19:45 Discussion WEDNESDAY March 5th MORNING SESSION 09:15-10:00 Rolf PFEIFER (University of Zürich) Autonomous agents: a new approach to cognitive science 10:00-10:30 Break 10:30-11:00 Norbert GLASER & Philippe MORIGNOT (CRIN/CNRS, Lorraine) Societies of autonomous agents and their reorganization 11:00-11:30 Kazuo HIRAKI, Aiko SASHIMA & Steven PHILLIPS (Presto JST, Japan) A computational model of spatial development 11:30-12:00 Discussion 12:00-16:30 Lunch, Sport EVENING SESSION 16:30-17:15 Otto RÖSSLER (University of Tübingen) The origin of free will in coupled autonomous optimizers with cognition 17:15-17:30 Break 17:30-18:00 Herbert JAEGER (GMD St Augustin) Transient attractors:from continuous dynamics to symbolic units 18:00-18:30 Tim van GELDER (University of Melbourne) The dynamical hypothesis in cognitive science 18:30-19:00 Discussion and Conclusion
MONDAY POSTER SESSION 1 Bersier M. & S. Franz M. Dantas & Jean-Pierre Dauwalder (University of Lausanne) La modelisation du changement dans des processus de consultation M. Dressel, R. Dünki & B. Ambühl (University of Zürich) Nonlinear EEG dynamic of schizophrenic patients under mental tasks R. Dünki, E. Keller & B. Ambühl (University of Zürich) Temporal patterns of human behavior: expression of deterministic 1/f noise? A. Federspiel & M. Koukkou (University of Bern) Analysis of EEG activity and EEG reactivity of young adults: nonlinear approach L. Kocarev (University of Skopje) Detecting generalized synchrony in a neural ensemble Z. Kupper, W. Tschacher & H. Hoffmann (University of Bern) Correlates of order and ordering in the time course of schizophrenia K. Newell, A. Liu & G. Mayer-Kress (University of Pennsylvania) Modeling the sequential structure of movement in learning a discrete timing task G. Schiepek, S. Droste & I. Mertens (University of Münster) Dyadic patterns of co-alcoholic couples TUESDAY POSTER SESSION 2 S. Friedlmayer, E. Reznicek, G. Strunk (Youth & Welfare Vienna) Educational chances and structures of treatment seen as a nonlinear dynamic system A.M. Hayes (University of Miami) The rating scale of therapy change process F. Keller, S. Bigler & M. Storch (University of Zürich) The dynamics of personality change H. Knyazeva (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow) The Self-organization processes in human mind D. Komplita & N. Kuehne et al. (University of Lausanne) Is it possible to know what's going on in a psychogeriatric day hospital? G. Schmid, E. Spengler, R. Hardmeier et al. (C.G.Jung Institute) Protocol for changes during therapeutic treatment H. Schneider, R. Barwinski, M. Fäh (University of Zürich) Investigating change in psychotherapy starting from process patterns WEDNESDAY POSTER SESSION 3 G. Bertocci & F. Orsucci (American University of Rome) Complexity approach in psychometrics: developing SCA test M. Buscema (Semeion Research Center Rome) Self-reflexive networks M. Buscema & M. Intraligi (Semeion Research Center) Artificial neural networks for drug vulnerability recognition and simulation M. Coulson & S. Nunn (Middlesex University) The detection of catastrophe flags in personally relevant medical decisions F. Cummins (Indiana University) Synergetic organization in speech rhythm K. Dautenhahn (University of Reading) An inquiry into the internal and external aspects of social understanding F. Gobet (University of Nottingham) Simulations of stagewise development with a symbolic architecture
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