2017 – Third Edition
- Invited Speakers – 2017
Edward Watkins (University of Exeter, UK); Title of lecture: “Extending experimental psychopathology research into clinical trials: the IMPROVE2 study”
Paul Salkovskis (University of Bath, UK); Title of lecture: “Understanding how the world really works? Lessons from research in psychopathology”
Christine Purdon (University of Waterloo, Canada); Title of lecture: “Towards a better understanding of compulsions”
Amelia Gangemi (University of Messina, School of Cognitive Psychotherapy – Istituto Gabriele Buccola (IGB), Palermo, Italy); Title of lecture: “Strategies in reasoning in patients with psychological illnesses”
2015 – Second Edition
- Proceedings 2015
- Invited Speakers – 2015
Richard Bentall (University of Liverpool, UK); Title of lecture: “From social risk factors to psychotic symptoms“.
Richard J. McNally (Harvard University, USA); Title of lecture: “Experimental and network analyses of PTSD and complicated grief“.
Marcel van den Hout (University of Utrecht, Netherlands); Title of lecture: “Network theory and the experimental psychopathology of OCD”.
Nira Liberman (Tel Aviv University, Israel); Title of lecture: “Transcending psychological distance: a Construal Level Theory perspective”.
2014 – First Edition
- Proceedings 2014
- Invited Speakers – 2014
David Clark (University of Oxford, UK) Developing new psychological treatments: on the interplay between theories, experimental science and clinical innovation
Graham Davey (University of Sussex, UK) 10 Reasons why Clinical Psychology needs Experimental Psychopathology
Reuven Dar (Tel Aviv University, Israel) Doubt in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Exploring its Scope and Underlying Mechanisms
Ernst Koster (Ghent University, Belgium) Experimental psychopathology research into cognitive biases: One size does not fit all
Francesco Mancini (Scuola di Psicoterapia Cognitiva, Roma) Fear of deontological guilt and disgust in OCD