21 October 2010

Memory Day 2010. Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS), Macquarie University

Memory Day 2010. Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS)

Macquarie University

21-22 October 2010

Program for Thursday, 21 October 2010

12:30-1.15 Featured Talk (Chair, Amanda Barnier)

Adam Brown (Department of Psychiatry, Cornell University Medical College, USA)

Constructing a Collective Memory in Psychology

1.15-2.00 Catered Light Lunch

2.00-3.15 Session #1 (Chair, Charles Stone)

(2.00-2.25) Deborah Tollefsen (Department of Philosophy, University of Memphis, USA)


(2.25-2.50) Helen Paterson (School of Psychology, University of Sydney)

Improving Eyewitness Memory

(2.50-3.15) Amanda Barnier (MACCS, Macquarie University)

When and How Does Remembering With Others Help Memory?

3:15-3:35 Afternoon Break

3:35-4.50 Session #2 (Chair, Emily Connaughton)

(3.35-4.00) Sunny Lah (School of Psychology, University of Sydney)

Long-Term Forgetting in Patients with Epilepsy

(4.00-4.25) Laurie Miller (Neuropsychology Unit, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, University of Sydney)

Memory Training in Neurology Outpatients

(4.25-4.50) Muireann Irish (Neuroscience Research Australia)

Deficits in Episodic Autobiographical Memory in Frontotemporal Dementia

4.50-5.20 Featured Talk (Chair, Greg Savage)

John Hodges (Neuroscience Research Australia, University of New South Wales)


5.20-5.30 Comments and Conclusions

Max Coltheart (MACCS, Macquarie University)

Program for Friday, 22 October 2010

10:00-10:45 Featured Talk (Chair, John Sutton)

Andrew Hoskins (Department of Culture, Film & Media, University of Nottingham, UK)

Twilight of Media, Twilight of Memory

10:45-11:05 Morning Break

11:05-1.10 Session #3 (Chair, Doris McIlwain)

(11.05-11.30) Charles Stone (MACCS, Macquarie University)

Conversational Silence and Memory

(11.30-11.55) Russell Downham (MACCS, Macquarie University)

Re-Enacting Past Perspectives: Experiential Memory and Dialogical Self-Continuity

(11.55-12.20) Hana Burianová (MACCS, Macquarie University)

A Common Functional Neural Network Underlying Autobiographical, Episodic-

Laboratory, and Semantic Memory Retrieval

(12.20-12.45) Misia Temler (MACCS, Macquarie University)

The Reconstruction of Autobiographical Memory

(12.45-1.10) Rochelle Cox (MACCS, Macquarie University)

Shifting Self and Memory with Hypnotic Identity Delusions

1.10-2.00 Catered Light Lunch

2.00-4.05 Session #4 (Chair, Adam Brown)

(2.00-2.25) Doris McIlwain (Department of Psychology, Macquarie University)

Jostling With the Ghosts of Feeling: Disrupting Embodied Residues

(2.25-2.50) John Potts (Media, Music and Cultural Studies, Macquarie University)

The Politics of Memory in Contemporary Art

(2.50-3.15) Paula Hamilton (Australian Centre for Public History, University of Technology, Sydney)

The "Proust Effect": Memory and the Senses

(3.15-3.40) Andrew Murphie (English, Media and Performing Arts, University of New South Wales)

Memory and Intensity After (and Sometimes Before) Poststructuralism

(3.40-4.05) Fiona Kemp (Concord Repatriation General Hospital, Sydney College of the Arts at

University of Sydney)

Art, Memory and the Encoding Specificity Principle

4.05-4.15 Comments, Conclusions, Looking Forward

John Sutton (MACCS, Macquarie University)

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