The conference is honoured and proud to present the following speakers giving a keynote address in their respective field of expertise. Clicking on the presenter's name should get you the keynote speaker's abstract and (contact) information.

Mark W. Baldwin, associate professor of psychology, McGill University, Montreal (QC), Canada
Social cognition and self-with-other: My advisor and the Pope are watching me from the back of my mind

Hubert J.M. Hermans, professor of psychology, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands

The dialogical self: State of the art

Robert A. Neimeyer, professor of psychology, University of Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Trauma, loss, and the dialogical reconstruction of meaning

Mark B. Tappan, associate professor of education and human development, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, USA

Identity development, 'internalized oppression', and the dialogical self: The politics of 'ideological becoming'

Leni M.FM Verhofstadt-Denève, professor of psychology, Ghent University, Belgium

The psychodramatic 'social atom method': Dialogical self in dialectical action