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IN TWO MINDS: DUAL-PROCESS THEORIES OF REASONING AND RATIONALITY
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5-7 July 2006

All plenary sessions will take place in the Trust Room and will consist of 40 minute talk + 20 minute discussion.

A pdf file of the programme is available here.

 
Wednesday 5th July
10-11
Arrival and Registration. Coffee.
1112 Jonathan Evans (Psychology, Plymouth): The multiplicity of mind. (Chair: Keith Frankish)
121 Vinod Goel (Psychology, York University, Toronto): Multiple reasoning systems: the case from common sense and neuropsychology. (Chair: Keith Frankish)
12 Lunch
2.153.15 Keith Stanovich (Human Development and Applied Psychology, Toronto): Is it time for a tri-process Theory? Distinguishing the reflective and the algorithmic mind. (Chair: Jonathan Evans)
3.154.15 Paul Klaczynski (Developmental and Learning Sciences, National Science Foundation): Counterintuitive age trends, dual processing, and the development of irrationality—or, Obesity is contagious, but what does one catch? (Chair: Jonathan Evans)
4.154.45 Coffee break
4.455.45 Ara Norenzayan (Psychology, British Columbia): Two systems of thinking across cultures. (Chair: Peter Carruthers)
5.456.45 David Over (Psychology, Sunderland) The constructive/non-constructive duality and dual process theory. (Chair: Peter Carruthers)
78 Dinner in the College hall.
8.3011.30 Bar
Thursday 6th July
89 Breakfast
9.3010.30 Matthew Lieberman (Psychology, UCLA): Reflective and reflexive processes in social cognitive neuroscience. (Chair: David Over)
10.3011 Coffee break
1112 Keith Frankish (Philosophy, Open): Dual-process theories and the personal-subpersonal hypothesis. (Chair: Carolyn Price)
121 Peter Carruthers (Philosophy, Maryland): An architecture for dual reasoning. (Chair: Carolyn Price)
12 Lunch
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS

Sessions will consist of 30 minute talk + 15 minute discussion.
Group (A): Trust Room

(Session Chair: Veli Mitova)
2.153
Valerie Reyna (Human Development, Cornell): Dual processes in reasoning and decision making: fuzzy rationality.
33.45 Keith Stenning (Human Communication Research Centre, Edinburgh): What are System1 processes like? Defeasible but logical perhaps?
3.454.30 Valerie Thompson  (Psychology, Saskatchewan): Dual process theories: questions and outstanding issues.
4.305 Coffee break
55.45 Gideon Keren (Technology, Eindhoven) and Yaacov Schul (Psychology, Hebrew University Jerusalem): Do two-systems models constitute a theoretical advance?
5.456.30 Jon May (Psychology, Sheffield) and Philip Barnard (Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge): Reasoning with complementary pathways not competing processes.
Group (B): Walter Grave Room

(Session Chair: Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen)
2.153 Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde (Institut Jean-Nicod CNRS-EHESS-ENS, Paris) and Pierre-Stanislas Grialou (ENS, Paris & University of Keio, Tokyo): What is dual in dual process theories of reasoning? A critical assessment of Goel’s data.
33.45 Agnes Moors (Psychology, Ghent): Examining the mapping problem in multi-mode models.
3.454.30 Jean-François Bonnefon (LTC-CNRS, Toulouse): A mixed Rasch model of dual-process conditional reasoning.
4.305 Coffee break
55.45 Clare Saunders (Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies, Leeds): In two (or more) minds about rationality? Dual process theory's contribution to the rationality debate.
5.456.30 Leland Saunders (Philosophy, Maryland): Reason and intuition in the moral life: a rationalist defense of moral intuitions.
[End of parallel sessions]
6.307.30 POSTER PRESENTATIONS with drinks reception sponsored by the Open University Faculty of Arts (Walter Grave Room)
  Linden Ball (Psychology, Lancaster): The dynamics of reasoning: chronometric analysis and dual process theories.
  Matthew Carmody (Philosophy, Richmond-upon-Thames College and King's London): Misunderstanding ourselves: vagueness and two systems of classification.
  Shira Elqayam (Psychology, Plymouth): Rationality2: no guide for the perplexed.
  Aidan Feeney (Applied Psychology, Durham): Inductive reasoning and dual processes.
  Uri Leron (Science and Technology Education, Israel Institute of Technology): Application of dual-process theories in mathematics education (and vice versa).
  Fiona Montijn-Dorgelo (Human-technology Interaction, Eindhoven): Impact of dual process models in scientific progress and communication: the case of the role of affect.
  Magda Osman (Psychology, University College London): Undoing one's learning in an a complex causal inductive task.
  Robin Scaife (Philosophy, Sheffield): Dual-process and cognitive checking.
  Christopher Viger (Philosophy, Western Ontario): The acquired language of thought hypothesis (ALOT).
  Cilia Witteman (Behavioural Science, Radboud University Nijmegen): Personal preferences for rationality or intuition.
7.459 Conference dinner in the College hall
9.0011.30 Bar
Friday 7th July
89 Breakfast
9.30 Richard Samuels (Philosophy, King's College London): The magical number two, plus or minus: Some comments on dual-processing theories of cognition. (Chair: David Over)
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 Dan Sperber (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris) and Hugo Mercier (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris): Intuitive and reflective inferential processes. (Chair: Derek Matravers)
12.00 Michael Oaksford (Psychology, Birkbeck College London): Dual processes or dual aspects? (Chair: Derek Matravers)
1.00 Lunch
2.15 Zoltan Dienes (Psychology, Sussex): Unconscious knowledge and inference. (Chair: Keith Frankish)
3.15 Steven Sloman (Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Brown): How well are two process models standing up to the Bayesian Challenge? (Chair: Keith Frankish)
4.15 Coffee and deregistration