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XXXIII SYMPOSIUM SEHP - SEVILLA2020
Seville, 15 - 17 april 2020


WEDNESDAY 15 APRIL


10:00h – 10:45h Registration.
                                 
11:00h – 11:45h Coffee break.


11:45h – 12:30h Opening ceremony.


12:30h – 14:00h Opening conference.
An Image of José Luis Pinillos: A Siege to his Figure and Work. Enrique Lafuente (UNED, Madrid).


14:00h – 16:00h Lunch.


16:00h – 17:45h MONOGRAPHIC PANEL 1: VARIETIES OF AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: REPRESENTATION, FEELING AND MEMORY - THEORY AND PRACTICE.
Moderated by: Florentino Blanco.

1. Engraving the ape of modesty. The importance of prints in the representation of modest female ‘orang-outangs’ in the 17th century. Rubén Gómez Soriano (UNED, Madrid).
2. Art from psychological point of view: psychological dimensions in Jean Marie Guyau’s (1854-1888) reflections on aesthetics. Jorge Castro Tejerina (UNED, Madrid).
3. Art and mysticism in the work of Henri Delacroix. Noemí Pizarroso López (UNED, Madrid).
4. “The Lift of the Heart”: Recovering Elizabeth Kemper Adams’ reflections on art and aesthetic experience. Marcos José Bernal Marcos (UNED, Madrid).
5. History, Memory and Memorial Sites. Ignacio Brescó de Luna y Brady Wagoner (Universidad de Aalborg).


18:00h – 20:00h PANEL 1: HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY IN SPAIN.
Moderated by: Jorge Castro.

1. Juan Zaragüeta and the CSIC's journal Revista de Filosofía in the relaunching of postwar Spanish psychology. Javier Bandrés (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).
2. Phenomenotechnique. A note from prison. Domingo Gorricho Miguel (UNED, Madrid).
3. Manuel Úbeda and the moral crisis of Spanish youth francoism and the transition. Cristina Florea, Irene Fuente González, Alejandra Josselyn Jaramillo Araujo y Paloma Morán Valverde (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).
4. Freud available to everyone. The formation of a “psychoanalytic culture” in the Francoism. Silvia Lévy Lazcano (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
5. ‘Parallel Lives’: Garma-Delgado at the crossroads of History.  Juan Antonio Vera Ferrándiz (Universidad de Murcia).
6. José Luis Pinillos, professor of human relationships. Helio Carpintero (Academia de Psicología de España).






THURSDAY 16 APRIL


09:00h – 10:45h PANEL 2: WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY.
Moderated by: Noemí Pizarroso.

1. The influence of the Bernays sisters in the life of Freud. Francisco Balbuena Rivera (Universidad de Huelva).
2. Women in the origins of Russian Psychology Ana Guil Bozal (Universidad de Sevilla).
3. Mother there's only one: Autism, maternity and diagnosis. A historical review of the discourse of blame. Angélica Gutiérrez González (Asociación Autismo Sevilla) y Esteban Ruiz Ballesteros (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla).
4. Self-care in María Zambrano’s creative routines: Hellenistic philosophy and Poetic Reason. Ana Fernández-Roldán Jiménez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).
5. For Causing Scandal Gender differences in mental asylum ingress. The case of Santa Creu’s Mental Hospital (Barcelona 1855-1936).  Iván Sánchez-Moreno, Alicia Fernández, Victoria Sedkowski, Jaume Castañé y Eduard Pujol (Grup d’Història de Nou Barris, Barcelona).


11:00h – 11:45h Coffee break.


11:45h – 13:00h PANEL 3: HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY IN IBERO-AMERICA.
Moderated by: Helio Carpintero.

1. The Peruvian Society for the History of Psychology. Current status and challenges. Miguel Barboza-Palomino y Tomás Caycho-Rodríguez (Universidad Privada del Norte, Lima, Perú).
2. The origin of the psychological profession in Latin America. Miguel Gallegos (Pontificia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Facultad de Psicología. Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, CONICET, Argentina).
3. The first laboratories for experimental psychology in Brazil: An intersection of different historiographies. Arthur Arruda Leal Ferreira (Universidad Federal de Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ) y Hugo Leonardo Rocha Silva da Rosa (Programa de Pós-Graduação em História das Ciências e das Técnicas e  Epistemologia da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, HCTE/UFRJ).


13:00h – 14:00h GUEST SESSION: REVISTA DE HISTORIA DE LA PSICOLOGÍA, 40TH ANNIVERSARY.
Helio Carpintero (Director) y Javier Bandrés (Editor Ejecutivo).


14:00h – 16:00h Lunch.


16:00h – 17:45h MONOGRAPHIC PANEL 2. PSYCHOLOGY OF INTELLIGENCE AND EDUCATION. PROBLEMS IN THE FIRST DECADES OF THE 20TH CENTURY.
Moderated by: Enrique Lafuente.

1. The selection and management of the gifted child during the times of the Second Republic. Génesis Núñez (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) y Annette Mülberger (Theory & History of Psychology (RUG), Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty, Universidad de Gröningen).
2. The Institut Rousseau of Geneva as a hub for the psychology of intelligence during the interwar.Marc J. Ratcliff (Archivos Jean Piaget y Facultad de Psicología y Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad de Ginebra).
3. The Piagetian notion of intelligence: adaptation, function and measurement. Ramiro Tau (Facultad de Psicología y Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad de Ginebra).
4. Eloísa Díaz and the spreading of psychological and moral education in Chile (1887–1925). Gonzalo Salas (Universidad Católica del Maule, Talca, Chile).


18:00h – 19:00h DISPLACEMENT TO BARRIO DE SANTA CRUZ (MEETING POINT: PATIO DE BANDERAS).


19:00h – 20:00h ROYAL ALCAZAR FROM SEVILLE / PRIVATE VISIT.






FRIDAY 17 APRIL


09:00h – 10:45h PANEL 4: HISTORY AND SYSTEMS IN PSYCHOLOGY.
Moderated by: Luis Martínez.

1. The Problem of Psyche and Matter in V.M. Bekhterev’s and C.G. Jung’s scientific heritage. Marina Arinina (Nizhny Novgorod Academy of the Interior of the Russsian Federation).
2. “The first consciousness of ourselves”: Ego vs. non-Ego and the controversy about idealism and intuitionism in the papers of the Metaphysical Society of London (1869-1880). Juan Hermoso Durán (Centro de Enseñanza Superior Cardenal Cisneros).
3. Mach, Stumpf, Musil and psychology.  René van Hezewijk (Open University of the Netherlands).
4. Resurrecting Pavlov: A historical narrative for future psychology students. David Clark (Independent Scholar).
5. Edward C. Tolman and the History of Psychology. José María Gondra (Universidad del País Vasco).


11:00h – 11:45h Coffee break.


11:45h – 12:30h POSTER SESSION.
1. Women in Psychology of University of Seville. Necessary notes. Florencio Rengel Borreguero y Luis Gonzalo De La Casa Rivas (Universidad de Sevilla).
2. From Sevillano to Sevilla in 2020. Psychology and University. Florencio Rengel Borreguero y Luis Gonzalo De La Casa Rivas (Universidad de Sevilla).
3. The construction of female identity á la “Francis” Rosana García Morales, Paula Espí García, Ayla Domingo de Francisco, Marta Ochoa Pascual y Andrea Hidalgo González (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).
4. An approximation to the inquisitorial technique in the Malleus Maleficarum. Alai Carril Zerpa, Sofia Brandariz Amores, Silvia Nicole De la Cruz y Yue Ye (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).


12:30h – 14:00h SEPEX CONFERENCE.
The Birth of Psychotherapy from the Turmoil of American Religion Christopher D. Green (York University).


14:00h – 16:00h Lunch.


16:00h – 17:45h PANEL 5: MISCELLANEA.
Moderated by: Juan Hermoso.

1. Longitudinal analysis (2017-2020) of the motivation, resilience, teamwork orientation and perception of the acquisition of competences in the subject History of Psychology. Manuel Sánchez de Miguel, Aintzane Orkaizagirre Gómara, Andrea Izagirre Otaegi y Francisco Javier Ortiz de Elguea (Universidad del País Vasco –Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea).
2. Mental illness and political demands in the Spanish Transition: the “Psiquiatrizados en lucha” associative movement. Ricardo Campos (Dpto. de Historia de la Ciencia. Instituto de Historia. CSIC, Madrid).
3. Flow my tears. Discernment of Spirits and Weeping in the Spiritual Diary of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Luis Martínez Guerrero (Universidad Nebrija).
4. A psychopathological reading of the of blood sweat phenomenon and religious stigmas: The case of Blessed Elena Aiello. Francisco Pérez-Fernández (Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid) y María Peñaranda-Ortega (Universidad de Murcia).
5. Beyond the pact between demons: from Martín Baró’s dialogical caress to Gaos’ intimate caress. Florentino Blanco (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Antonio Vázquez (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija) y Jorge Laguna (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).


18:00h – 19:00h BUSSINESS MEETING.


19:00h – 19:45h EXTRAORDINARY BUSSINESS MEETING.


21:30h CLOSING DINNER
RESTAURANTE EL CABILDO (Plaza Cabildo, 41001 Sevilla)





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