Psychology for the Third Millennium: Integrating Cultural and Neuroscience Perspectives


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    Christina E. Erneling is Associate Professor at Lund University, Sweden, where she teaches Psychology, Communication and Philosophy of Social Science. She is the author of Towards discursive education: Philosophy, technology and modern education (2010), Understanding language acquisition: The framework of learning (1993) and co-editor of two books on cognitive science: The mind as a scientific object: Between brain and culture (2005) and The future of the cognitive revolution (1997). She is currently working on a four-year research project investigating conceptual issues in evolutionary psychology and education: Evolutionary educational psychology: a biologising of education?

    Vlad P. Glăveanu is a PhD candidate and teaching assistant at the Institute of Social Psychology, LSE. He holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Bucharest and an MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology from LSE (Himmelweit Prize for best overall performance). His main interests are in creativity, the psychology of art and crafts, social representations and qualitative methodologies. His doctoral research, funded by the ESRC, is focused on proposing a cultural psychological understanding of creativity and has been the subject of published work in different journals, among them New Ideas in Psychology, Culture & Psychology, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, Thinking Skills and Creativity, Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, Theory & Psychology. He is also founding member and current Editor of Europe's Journal of Psychology. (

    P. M. S. Hacker is Emeritus Research Fellow at St. John's College, Oxford. His main interests are in philosophy of psychology, philosophy of language, the philosophy of Wittgenstein, and the history of analytical philosophy. He has written extensively on the philosophical problems in cognitive neuroscience, including Philosophical foundations of neuroscience (2003) and A history of cognitive neuroscience ((2008) both co-authored with M. R. Bennett). He is well known for his numerous books on the philosophy of Wittgenstein, including the four volume Analytical commentary on the Philosophical Investigations ((1980–96), revised editions of volumes 1 and 2, 2003, 2009), the first two volumes of which were co-authored with G. P. Baker, and Wittgenstein's place in twentieth-century analytical philosophy (1996). He published Human nature: the categorial framework in 2007, which is the first volume of a trilogy on human nature. He is currently writing the second volume: The cognitive and cogitative powers of man.

    Rom Harré studied chemical engineering, turning to mathematics and then philosophy of science. Currently he is Distinguished Research Professor at Georgetown University, Washington DC and Emeritus Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford. He has published widely on the ways language and languages impact our ways of being, including our cognitive and emotional skills and propensities (particularly The Explanation of Social Behaviour with P.F. Secord). His latest book is Pavlov's and Schrodinger's cat, a study of the uses of animals and plants as scientific apparatus.

    Sandra Jovchelovitch is Professor of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics where she directs the Masters programme in Social and Cultural Psychology. Her research focuses on how different socio-cultural contexts shape the development and transformation of knowledge, and in particular how different systems of knowing meet and clash in contemporary public spheres. She has a special interest on the genetic and historical methods developed by Piaget and Vygotsky to the study of mind and on the development of dialogical perspectives to the study of knowledge in context. She is the author of Knowledge in context: Representations, community and culture (Routledge, 2007), Social representations and the public sphere: The symbolic construction of public spaces in Brazil (Vozes, 2000) and The health beliefs of the Chinese community in England (HEA, 1998). Her new book, How communities think is coming out in 2012.

    Fathali M. Moghaddam is Professor, Department of Psychology, and Director, Conflict Resolution Program, Department of Government, Georgetown University. Dr. Moghaddam was born in Iran, educated from an early age in England, and worked for the United Nations and for McGill University before joining Georgetown in 1990. He has researched a broad range of topics, toward developing psychology for and of humankind. Among his recent books are: The individual and society (2002), Great ideas in psychology (2005), Multiculturalism and intergroup relations (2008), and The new global insecurity (2010). He is currently writing a book on The psychology of dictatorship. For more details, visit

    Steven R. Sabat is Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University. The focus of his research, published in numerous scientific journal articles has been on the intact cognitive and social abilities, and the subjective experience of people with moderate to severe dementia, as well as on how to enhance communication between people with dementia and their carers. He is also the author of The experience of Alzheimer's Disease: Life through a tangled veil and co-editor of Dementia: mind, meaning, and the person.

    Gordon Sammut is Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Malta. His work investigates the psychological study of points of view. His main interests include psychosocial models in the social sciences, attitude measurement and public opinion, the epistemology of representations and phenomena, gestalt social psychology, and issues relating to opinion formation and argumentation. (

    Brady Wagoner completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge and is now Associate Professor at the Aalborg University, Denmark. He has received a number of prestigious academic awards, including the Sigmund Koch Award, Gates Cambridge Scholarship and the Jefferson Prize. His publications span a range of topics, including the history of psychology, cultural psychology, research methodology and the psychology of remembering. He is chief organizer of the Frederic Bartlett Internet Archive. Additionally, he is on the editorial board of four international Journals (Culture & Psychology, Frontiers of Quantitative Psychology and Measurement, and Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science) and is founding co-editor of the journal Psychology & Society. His books include Symbolic transformation: The mind in movement through culture and society (Routledge, 2010), Dialogicality in focus: Challenges to theory, method and application (Nova Science, 2011), and Culture and Social Change: Transforming society through the power of ideas (Information Age, 2012). Currently, he is writing a book titled Frederic Bartlett in Reconstruction: Where Culture and Mind Meet (Cambridge University Press).

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