New research and interdisciplinary approaches to Borderline Personality Disorder

April 20, 2018
Department of Philosophy, Cognition & Philosophy Lab, Monash University

C110, Building C (John White Room)
Building C, Sir John Monash Drive


Monash University

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New research and interdisciplinary approaches to Borderline Personality Disorder
Sponsor: The Monash-Warwick Alliance
Organiser: Cognition & Philosophy Lab, Monash University.

Date: Friday 20th April 2018
Venue: Monash University, Caulfield Campus,  C110, Building C (John White Room)

9.30am   Registration and coffee/tea
10.00am Prof Jakob Hohwy (Philosophy; Monash) Welcome
10.10am Prof Jayashri Kulkarni (MAPrc; Monash University): New approaches for People with BPD
10.55am Coffee/tea
11.10am Dr John Michael(Philosophy; Warwick): The sense of commitment and borderline personality disorder
11.55am Dr Jinnie Ooi (Philosophy/Psychology; Warwick): Social Media Use in BPD traits
12.40am Lunch
1.30pm Ms Kelsey Palghat (Philosophy; Monash): Operationalising the self in psychiatric research
2.00pm   Professor Andrew Chanen (Orygen; University of Melbourne): Early detection and timely intervention for BPD
2.45pm   Coffee/tea
3.00pm   A/Prof Antonio Garcia-Verdejo (MICNN; Monash): Social cognition in people with addiction and personality disorders
3.45pm   Close

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