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Programme 2010

Invited speakers

C.J. Brainerd, Cornell University
R. Byrne,Trinity College Dublin
J. Evans, University of Plymouth
V. Girotto, University IUAV of Venice, Université de Provence, CNRS
U. Goswami, University of Cambridge
P. Klaczynski, University of Northern Colorado
H. Markovits, Université du Québec à Montréal
D. Moshman, University of Nebraska
I.  Noveck, Université de Lyon 2 - CNRS
W.F. Overton, Temple University
V. Reyna, Cornell University
R. Siegler, Carnegie Mellon University
P. Barrouillet, Université de Genève

 

Programme

Uni Mail, auditoire MR150. 

Wednesday afternoon, June 30, 2010

14h00            Welcome

14h30            J. Evans, University of Plymouth
                       Dual processes theories of thinking and reasoning : Facts and fallacies                    

15h30            W.F. Overton, Temple University
                       Dual-Systems and the Development of Reasoning: Competence-Procedural Systems                               
16h30           Coffee break

17h00            Poster session and visit of the Archives Jean Piaget


Thursday morning, July 1, 2010

  9h00            P. Barrouillet, Université de Genève
                      Dual process and mental models in the development of conditional reasoning                                                                                                  
10h00            H. Markovits, Université du Québec à Montréal
                      The Development of Abstract Conditional Reasoning

11h00           Coffee break

11h30           V. Girotto, University IUAV of Venice & Université de Provence, CNRS
                      Rational inferences about uncertainty in infancy and childhood

12h30           Lunch

Thursday afternoon, July 1, 2010

14h30            V. Reyna, Cornell University
                      Risk, Rationality, and Development: A Fuzzy-Trace Theory Approach                                                                                       
15h30            C.J. Brainerd, Cornell University
                       False memory Across the Life Span                                                                                                                                                        
16h30           Coffee break

17h00            P. Klaczynski, University of Northern Colorado
                       Magical thinking through development       

18h00            Poster session and visit of the Archives Jean Piaget
                                                                                                                                                      

Friday morning, July 2, 2010

  9h00            U. Goswami, University of Cambridge
                      The Development of Reasoning by Analogy 

                                                                                       
10h00            D. Moshman, University of Nebraska
                      Epistemic cognition and development

11h00            Coffee break

11h30            I. Noveck, Université de Lyon 2, CNRS
                       From sentence meaning to human reasoning

12h30            Lunch

 
Friday afternoon, July 2, 2010

14h30             R. Byrne, Trinity College, Dublin
                        The rational imagination: How people create alternatives to reality                                                                                                                             
15h30             R. Siegler, Carnegie Mellon University
                        Relations Between Learning and Development                              

16h30             Closing speech of the 19th Advanced Course

17h00             Farewell reception

Friday evening, July 2, 2010 closure dinner

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