Once the abstracts submitted as a paper have been reviewed and accepted by the Scientific Committee, they will be available on this web page together with essential contact information by clicking on the names of the presenters (ordered alphabetically on last/family name). In case of multiple authors, e-mail address and affiliation refer to the first author only.
Later the papers will be organized into paper sessions.
Bearing in mind that the submission deadline was June 14, 2002, this information cannot be (fully) available until some weeks after June 14.

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Emily Abbey & Clara Chu, Clark University, Worcester (MA), USA
Reconceptualizing monological and dialogical responses to ambiguity

Jesus Andrade, University of Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
The theater metaphor to analyze organizations

B. Andrzejewska, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
The creator in the dialogue between self and world

Hans I. Bakker, University of Guelph, Canada
Two roads diverged: Dilthey's Verstehen in Buber and Heidegger

John Barresi, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
A three-dimensional model of the dialogical self

Maria Campo, University of Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
Affective-experiential strategies in learning dynamically oriented family counseling

Jan O.E. De Clercq, Ghent University, Belgium
'High risk'(HR)-offspring's experiences of ambiguous loss:
Entangled in the process of meaning reconstruction?

Joris L.G. Dewispelaere, Therapeuticum Private Practice, Sint-Amandsberg, Belgium
Intimacy, sexuality and sense-giving in the couple relationship of mastectomy patients

Maria J.M. Fiddelaers-Jaspers, KPC Group 's Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
The self-narrative of the bereaved adolescent

Roman Foulga, Foulga Developmental Psychology, Hoorn, The Netherlands
The verbal activity

Fr. Jesús Garcia-Martínez & José Manuel Domínguez-Urquiza, University of Seville, Spain
Strategies to study meanings and self-narratives: Advantages, disadvantages and utilities

Colin B. Grant, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)
Risks of the self, dialogue and meaning

Ronald Hünneman, SEW foundation, The Netherlands
Building new roles within the dialogical self

Galina V. Ivanchenko, Institute for Human Research, Moscow, Russia
The poetical text as a place of meeting with alter ego

Raya Jones, Cardiff University, UK
Metaphor and meaning in two models of the self

Wolfgang Kraus, University of Munich, Germany
The construction of belonging in post-modern times:
Narrative accounts of joining a volunteer organization as constructions of social selves

Yulia Landa & David Singer, Cornell University / NY Presbuterian Hospital, Riverdale (NY), USA
The Rashomon phenomenon in ended relationships: Comparing ex-partners' narratives

Dmitry A. Leontiev, Moscow State University, Russia
Life-enhancement, understanding and personality development

Maria C.D.P. Lyra, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife-PE, Brazil
Dialogue in infancy

Vera S. Maass, Living Skills Institute Inc., Indianapolis, USA
Constructing the dialogical self in psychotherapy with women: A model

Michelle H. Mamberg, Bleuler Psychotherapy Center, Forest Hills (NY), USA
Talking responsibility: A developmental-discursive study of relational accounts

Marie A. Mills, Peter G. Coleman, Fionnuala McKiernan & Peter Speck, University of Southampton, UK
Spiritual beliefs and existential meaning in later life:
The experience of older bereaved spouses

Justyna Pawlak, The Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
The narrative identity and its rupture in the experience of suffering

Teresa Peck, University of London, Royal Holloway, UK
From 'We' to 'Me': Reconfiguration of the self during the decision to divorce

Sissel Reichelt, University of Oslo, Norway
The dialogical self in social constructionism and post-modern constructivism:
Clinical applications

Peter J. Rosan, Yeshiva University, Brooklyn (NY), USA
The poetics of intersubjective life: Empathy and the other

João Salgado, Instituto Superior da Maia, S. Pedro de Avioso, Portugal
Dialogical unconscious and psychotherapy:
Giving voice to unspoken narratives

John Shotter, University of New Hampshire, Durham (NH), USA
Cartesian change, dialogical change - the power of living expression

Sujata Sriram, Pooja Ralhan & Nandita Chaudhary, University of Delhi, India
The family and self in dialogue

Melissa E. Tamas, Clark University, Worcester (MA), USA
Considering the dialogicality of marital expectations in the United States

Leo J. Tijhuis & John P.M.G. Van Meer, Tijhuis Practice Child and Youth Psychotherapy, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Individuation and adolescents: Measuring of dialectical moving
in development through self-narratives

Finn Tschudi, University of Oslo, Norway
Bohmian dialogue in groups: An analogue for therapy?

Gian Piero Turchi, Angelo Mussoni, Angelo Tesi & Alessandro Salvini, Università di Padova, Italy
The use of written task prescription in psychotherapy:
How to open new space in a person's self-report?

Cor Van Halen & Jacques Janssen, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
The usage of space in dialogical self-construction: From Dante to cyberspace

E.J.P. Van Loon, ADC, Velp, The Netherlands
Leadership and the dialogical self: Effective leadership as
flexible moving between I-positions

Adriaan H. Boon van Ostade, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Extra-/Introversion: A facet of the S motive

Kara M.M. Vloet, Ina H. ter Avest & Els W.T. De Boom, Fontys Training Center for Special Educational Needs Tilburg, The Netherlands
Stories in self-narratives: Meaning in movement

Gerben J. Westerhof, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Voices from the past in the process of development: The case of retirement

Howard Wolowitz, University of Michigan, USA
Self dialogic - dialectic structure of dream narrative problem-solving sequencing

Peter W.J. Zomer, Company Coaching, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
The dialogical group and collective learning