JSPS Loch Lomond Symposium on Action Anticipation
Main Programme: 2nd September to 3rd September Speakers’ Meeting: 4th September
8:00 Private coach departs from 40 George Street, Glasgow to Ross Priory, Loch Lomond (50 minutes)
9:00 Coffee at Ross Priory
Symposium Welcome Address
9:20 Welcome by Prof. Koichi Negayama, Prof. Vasudevi Reddy, Dr. Jonathan Delafield-Butt 9:30 Personal introductions
9:45 Welcome Address by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science by Chigusa Ogaya
9:55 Overview of JSPS Funding Possibilities by Takeshi Kamezawa
Session 1. The Role of Action Anticipation in Psychological Development Chair: Koichi Negayama
10:15 Colwyn Trevarthen
Motor Intelligence and Convivial Story-Telling, For a Life-Time of Pleasure In Shared Action, Thought, Art and Language.
10:45 Dave Lee
Principles of prospective guidance of purposive movement
12:00 Jonathan Delafield-Butt
On the nature of anticipation as core conscious knowledge
13:45 Group photograph – gather in front of Ross Priory
Session 2. Early Action Anticipation in Foetal and Neonatal Life Chair: Jonathan Delafield-Butt
14:15 Cristina Becchio.
On the (un)observability of intentions.
15:00 Hideko Takeshita.
Comparative developmental approach to the generation of action anticipation among chimpanzees and humans
16:15 Emese Nagy.
‘Homo Provocans’ and beyond: what is the evidence for social anticipation in newborns?
17:00 Evening Break – check in to rooms, refresh for dinner
18:30 Pre-dinner Poster Session
Dinner at Ross Priory
22:00 Bus to Ardoch Hotel
8:40 Bus from Ardoch to Ross Priory (10 minute journey)
Session 3. Action Anticipation in Social Understanding and Meaning-making Chair: Jonathan Delafield-Butt, Vasu Reddy
9:00 Koichi Negayama
Action anticipation in tickling and feeding as cultures of early understanding
9:45 Keiko Momose
Sequential Structure Analysis of Repetitive Movements in Mother-infant Tactile Play Interaction
11:00 Takeshi Kishimoto
The influence of adults’ responses on infants’ deictic gestures
11:45 Nicole Rossmanith
Action anticipation and co-ordination in infant-caregiver-object interactions over the first year of life
12:10 Andreas Reichelt
Action anticipation: insights from gaze in action observation
Session 4. Action Anticipation in the Vitality of a Culture Chair: Koichi Negayama
14:00 Naho Katori
An early intervention for attachment with communicative musicality: feeling secure about future
14:45 Akira Takada.
Action anticipation in singing and dancing activities among toddlers of the !Xun of north-central Namibia
16:00 Vasu Reddy
Response and Anticipation
16:45 Vasu Reddy
16:50 Koichi Negayama
16:55 Jonathan Delafield-Butt
17:00 Close of session
17:30 Bus to Glasgow city centre for delegates returning.
19:00 Dinner for speakers and remaining delegates at Ross Priory
9:00 Personal time (wifi is available throughout), walks around the grounds.
Summary Session and Future Collaborative Research
10:00am Summary of key points from the meeting and Round-table open discussion to sum up our view.
10:40am Five minute verbal presentations (or impromptu slides) of current work-in- progress & future research directions – opportunities for collaboration
11:15 Open Discussion – Toward collaboration
14:30 Final Thank You & Happy Travels — anticipating your return.
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