Keynote speakers

John W. Berry
Canada
How Shall We all Live Together?
Matthias Kliegel
Switzerland
Prospective memory in old age: A paradoxical story
Josef Perner
Austria
Mental Files in Perspective
Tsuneyuki Abe
Japan
Psychology of cosmetic behavior
Margarida Gaspar de Matos
Portugal
Prevention and Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy: challenges for professionals and for public policies
Aljoscha C. Neubauer
Austria
What I think I know about my abilities and competencies – but do others know them better?
Aldert Vrij
United Kingdom
Cognitive Credibility Assessment: A theoretical and empirical overview of an approach to catch liars by outsmarting them.
Atle Dyregrov
Norway
Emergency preparedness and crisis intervention
Alfons O. Hamm
Germany
What Can Be Done If Fear and Anxiety Get Out of Control
José Muñiz
Spain
Tests and Testing in the 21st century: Quo vadis?
Georgia Panayiotou
Cyprus
To feel or not to feel? Εmotions and how we cope with them in psychopathology and health
Giacomo Rizzolatti
Italy
The mirror brain: Past, present, and future
Jürgen Margraf
Germany
Freedom, justice and health? Positive mental health across cultures
Dainius Puras
Lithuania
Investing in mental health in 21st century – challenges and opportunities
Fabrice Jollant
France
Toward a comprehensive model of suicidal behavior: can cognitive neuroscience make the link between psychology and biology?
Cynthia M. Bulik
USA
Revolutionizing our understanding of anorexia nervosa through genetics. Could it be a metabo-psychiatric disorder? Essential knowledge for clinicians