THE FUTURE OF NEUROETHICS Meetings on Neuroscience and Society

May 15, 2019 - May 17, 2019
Department of Philosophy, University Vita-Salute San Raffaele

Dibit I
via Olgettina, 58
Milano
Italy

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Florida State University
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THE FUTURE OF NEUROETHICS Meetings on Neuroscience and Society, XI Edition May 15 th – 17 th , 2019 Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan Room Newton – DIBIT 1, Via Olgettina 58 Scientific and Organizing Committee Michele Di Francesco, IUSS, Pavia (SINe President) Hank Greely, Stanford University (INS President) Michela Balconi, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan Mario De Caro, Roma Tre University – Tufts University Andrea Lavazza, Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo Giulia Piredda, IUSS, Pavia Massimo Reichlin, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University Sarah Songhorian, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University Wednesday – May 15th 10:00 Registration 10:30 Opening Remarks 11:00 – 13:00 New Frontiers of the Concept of Brain Death and the New Technologies Available Chair: Matteo Cerri (Bologna University) Adrian M. Owen (Western University Canada) – Into the Grey Zone: Detecting Covert Conscious Awareness in Behaviourally Non-Responsive Individuals Carlo Ferrarese (University of Milano-Bicocca) – Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Cognitive Impairment: An Ethical Issue 13:00 – 14:30 Lunch 14:30 – 16:00 Parallel session – Contributed papers Room 1 – Newton Moral cognition – Neurolaw Chair: Roberto Mordacci (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) Alejandro Rosas (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), David Aguilar (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) – Extreme Time-Pressure Reveals Utilitarian Intuitions in Sacrificial Dilemmas Federico Bina (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) – Does Distance Really Matter in Ethics? Leda Tortora (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Stefano Ferracuti (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Enrico Tronci (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Gerben Meynen (Utrecht University) – Ethical Issues Concerning BrainReading A.I. in Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychiatry Room 2 – Jenner Free will and consciousness – Genetics and the brain Chair: Michela Balconi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) Muriel Leuenberger (University of Basel) – Narrative Authenticity and Deep Brain Stimulation Samuel Lee (New York University) – My Brain Did Make Me Do It, but Only Because My Mind Did Carlo Lai (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Emiliano Loria (FINO – University of Genoa), Gaia Romana Pellicano (“Sapienza” University of Rome) – Neurosciences and Epigenetics in Outcome Research 2 Room 3 – Koch Philosophy of cognitive science Chair: Stefano Cappa (IUSS, Pavia) Shimo Sraman (Buddha Bhoomi Foundation) – Dealing Depression with Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness Marco Viola (University of Turin) – Cognitive Functions and Neural Structures: Population-Bounded Mappings Alfredo Tomasetta (IUSS, Pavia) – Phenomenological Advice to 4E Cognitive Scientists 16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break 16:30 – 18:00 Lectio Magistralis The Impact of Neuroscience on Society: The Neuroethics of 'Smart Drugs' Barbara Sahakian (University of Cambridge) awarded with the SINe Medal by Pietro Pietrini (Scuola IMT, Lucca) Thursday – May 16th 9:30 – 10:30 Invited talk Chair: Hank Greely (Stanford University) Francesco Guala (University of Milan) – The Ethics and Politics of Nudging 10:30 -11:00 Coffee Break 11:00 –12:30 Parallel session – Contributed papers Room 1 – Newton Neuroenhancement Chair: Andrea Lavazza (Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo) Alexandre Erler (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) – Biomedical Moral Enhancement, Individual Identity, and Valuable Mental Dispositions Davide Crivelli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Giulia Fronda (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Michela Balconi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) – Beyond Mental Training: Early Effects of Combined Mindfulness-Neurofeedback Practice in Sport Giulia Fronda (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Davide Crivelli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Michela Balconi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) – Neurocognitive Enhancement at Workplace: The potential of a Technology-Supported Neurofeedback Training Program Room 2 – Salk Free will and consciousness – Neuroenhancement – Philosophy of cognitive science Chair: Francesca Pongiglione (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) Giuseppe Lo Dico (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) – From Experimental Psychology to Folk Psychology (and Back) Gianfranco Pellegrino (LUISS, Rome), Mirko Daniel Garasic (LUISS, Rome; Scuola IMT, Lucca) – Neuroethics and the Ethics of AI. Enhancing and Extending Humanity Kriszta Sajber (Misericordia University) – Implanted into the Self: BMIs and Bodily Integrity Room 3 – Asclepio Issues arising from clinical applications of technological innovations – Genetics and the brain – Neuroeconomy, neuropolitics, and neuromarketing Chair: Luigi Pastore (Bari University) Francesca Meroni (University of Milan), Maria Elide Vanutelli (University of Milan), Giulia Fronda (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Michela Balconi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Claudio Lucchiari (University of Milan) – The Role of Prefrontal Cortex in Purchasing Decision-Making Context Daniela Ovadia (CFNNS Lab, University of Pavia; NeuroMi; Center for Ethics in Science and Journalism), Maria Laura Fiorina (CFNNS Lab, University of Pavia), Gerardo Salvato (CFNNS Lab, University of Pavia; NeuroMi), Marco Annoni (CFNNS Lab, University of Pavia; ITB-CNR (Rome)), Gabriella Bottini (CFNNS Lab, University of Pavia; NeuroMi) – Predicting Crimes Using Agent Based Modelling: An Ethical and Societal Impact Assessment from the PROTON Project 3 Sara Palumbo (University of Pisa), Veronica Mariotti (University of Pisa), Teresa Anastasio (University of Pisa), Stefano Vellucci (University of Pisa), Alessio Chiarelli (University of Pisa), Klizia Antonelli (University of Pisa), Giuseppina Rota (Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana), Silvia Pellegrini (University of Pisa) – Searching for Genes by Environment Interactions that Predispose to Prosocial Behavior: The Role of COMT and DRD4 Allelic Variants 12:30 – 14:30 Lunch 14:30 – 16:00 Parallel session – Contributed papers Room 1 – Newton Issues arising from clinical applications of technological innovations Chair: Vittorio Alessandro Sironi (University of Milano-Bicocca) Eugenia Stefanello (University of Padua) – Let’s not get Emotional: A Neuroethical Perspective on Clinical Empathy Frederic Gilbert (University of Tasmania) – Cyborging Human Control: Supplementing or Supplanting Human Agency? Georg Starke (University of Basel), Eva de Clercq (University of Basel), Bernice Elger (University of Basel; University Center of Legal Medicine of Geneva and Lausanne, Geneva) – In Transparency we Trust: Challenges for Applied Machine Learning in Neuroscience Room 2 – Salk Philosophy of cognitive science Chair: Elisabetta Sacchi (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) Luca Casartelli (Scientific Institute IRCCS E.Medea - Bosisio Parini) – Stability and Flexibility during Sensory/Perceptual Dynamics: Theoretical and Clinical Insights from Our Brain Arianna Beghetto (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) – Is the Hypothesis of the Extended Mind Conceivable within the Framework of Phenomenal Intentionality? Fabrizio Calzavarini (LLC, University of Turin; University of Bergamo) – Conceptual Format and the Supramodal Brain Room 3 – Asclepio Philosophy of cognitive science Chair: Andrea Lavazza (Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo) Alberto Termine (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) – Is the Brain a Bayesian Machine? Giulia Piredda (IUSS, Pavia) – Toward a notion of situated affective self? Shereen Chang (University of Pennsylvania) – What Can We Learn from How a Parrot Learns to Speak Like a Human? A Model for Referential Communication Learning 16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break 16:30 – 18:00 Lectio Magistralis Free Will and Neuroscience: On Generalizing, Consciousness, Souls, and Restrictivism Alfred Mele (Florida State University) awarded with the SINe Medal by Mario De Caro (Roma Tre University – Tufts University) 18:00 SINe Meeting 20:30 Social Dinner Friday – May 17th 9:30 – 10:30 Invited talk Chair: Andrea Lavazza (Centro Universitario Internazionale, Arezzo) Arleen L. Salles (Uppsala University) – “What Makes Us Human”: The Challenge Ahead 10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break 11:00 – 12:00 Invited talk Chair: Silvia Pellegrini (University of Pisa) Raffaella Rumiati (SISSA, Trieste) – Cognitive and non Cognitive Skills in Higher Education 4 12:00 – 14:00 Lunch 14:00 – 15:30 Parallel session – Contributed papers Room 1 – Newton Moral cognition Chair: Sara Dellantonio (UniTrento Digital University) Federico Manzi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Cinzia Di Dio (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Davide Massaro (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Shoji Itakura (Kyoto University), Takayuki Kanda (Kyoto University), Hiroshi Ishiguro (Osaka University), Antonella Marchetti (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan) – What Have You Done? Moral Evaluation of Human and Robot Victimizers in Japanese Preschoolers Chiara Lucifora (University of Messina), Giorgio Mario Grasso (University of Messina), Pietro Perconti (University of Messina), Alessio Plebe (University of Messina) – Moral Dilemmas in Self-Driving Cars Carla Bagnoli (University of Modena-Reggio Emilia) – Emotional Contagion, Emotional Resonance, and Responsibility for Shared Agency Room 2 – Jenner Moral cognition Chair: Giulia Piredda (IUSS, Pavia) Claudia Navarini (European University of Rome) – The Neurobiology of Virtue and the Challenge to Moral Development Sofia Bonicalzi (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Nima Khalighinejad (University of Oxford), Patrick Haggard (University College London) – Picking and Choosing. An ERP Study of the Neural Correlates of Meaningless and Meaningful Actions Michela Balconi (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Giulia Fronda (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan), Francesca Meroni (University of Milan), Maria Elide Vanutelli (University of Milan), Claudio Lucchiari (University of Milan) – Decision-Making in Economic and Moral Contexts. Evidence from Social Neuroscience Room 3 – Bacone Neurolaw Chair: Federico Gustavo Pizzetti (University of Milan) Giovanna Parmigiani (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Gabriele Mandarelli (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Gerben Meynen (Utrecht University), Stefano Ferracuti ("Sapienza" University of Rome) – A New Instrument to Guide and Support Insanity Evaluations Cristina Scarpazza (University of Padua), Alessio Miolla (University of Padua), Giuseppe Sartori (University of Padua) – Insanity Evaluation of Personality Disorders: Emerging Neuroscientific Perspectives Paolo Sommaggio (University of Trento), Caterina Fabiani (University of Trento) – Is Cognitive Liberty the Watershed between Old and New Moral Enhancers? 15:30 – 16:30 Invited talk Chair: Massimo Reichlin (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) Julian Savulescu (University of Oxford) – Motivational Enhancement and Praiseworthiness Organizing Secretary Sarah Songhorian, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University e-mail: convegno@societadineuroetica.it News and information about the Conference are available on the SINe website: https://societadineuroetica.wordpress.com/

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