12 July 2011 l Stockholm, Sweden

A pre-conference event in conjunction with the EASP 16th General Meeting

Social Psychology and the Neurosciences: Perspectives and Pitfalls

Free (Registration Closed: This event occurred on 12 July 2011)

Symposium Chair

Gün R. Semin Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Introduction 13:00

Walter Mischel Columbia University, USA

Keynote Addresses

Susan Fiske Princeton University, USA

Neuroimaging and the study of intergroup bias

A half day symposium
cosponsored by

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Naomi Ellemers Leiden University, The Netherlands

Psychophysiology in intergroup relations

Christian Keysers Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences NeuroScience Institute

Neuroimaging, mirror neurons, and social coordination

Carsten De Dreu University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The neuro-endocrinology of human conflict and cooperation

Tania Singer Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Social emotions from the lens of social neuroscience: from empathy to egocentricity

Roundtable Discussion 16:00
Neuroscience and Social Psychology: Challenges and Opportunities

Susan Fiske, Moderator, with featured speaker Ed Vul, University of California, San Diego, USA, joined by Walter Mischel, Columbia University, USA, Klaus Fiedler, Universität Heidelberg, Germany, and the symposium speakers.

Closing Reception 17:00