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Presentations and comments

William Bechtel 
Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy; faculty member in the Center for Circadian Biology and the Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science
University of California, San Diego 

Psychiatric Disorders and Neural Mechanisms: How are they Connected?

Kenneth S. Kendler comment on William Bechtel

Robert Bilder
Michael E. Tennenbaum Family Professor of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences and Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles

Wrangling the Matrix: Lessons from the Rdoc Working Memory Domain

John Campbell
Willis S. and Marion Slusser Professor of Philosophy
University of California at Berkeley

Is Psychology Ineliminable from Psychiatry, in Finding the Causal Structure of Disorders?

Shaun Gallagher
Lillian and Morrie Moss Professor of Philosophy
University of Memphis

Explaining Body Self-Awareness: Multiple Levels or Dynamical Gestalt?

Jan-Willem Romeijn comment on Shaun Gallagher

Stephan Heckers
Chair of the Department of Psychiatry; William P. and Henry B. Test Chair in Schizophrenia Research; Professor of Psychiatry; Professor of Psychology; Professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Psychiatric Discourse: Scientific Rductionism for the Autonomous Person

John Campbell comment on Stephan Heckers

Kenneth S. Kendler
Rachel Brown Banks Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry; Professor of Human Genetics; Director, Psychiatric Genetics Research Program; Director, Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics Virginia Commonwealth University

Faculty Psychology, Psychological Causation and the Impact of Understanding on Psychiatric Nosology

Gregory A. Miller comment on Kenneth S. Kendler

Gregory A. Miller
Distinguished Professor; Department Chair, Department of Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles

Challenges in the Relationships between Psychological and Biological Phenomena in Psychopathology

Peter Zachar comment on Gregory A. Miller

Georg Northoff

Canada Research Chair in Mind, Brain Imaging and Neuroethics; ELJB-CIHR Michael Smith Chair in Neurosciences and Mental Health;  Research Unit Director Institute of Mental Health Research
University of Ottawa

What Provides the Glue Between Different Levels of Explanation? A Spatiotemporal Approach

Josef Parnas
Professor, Department of Neurology, Psychiatry and Sensory Sciences
University of Copenhagen

Phenomenology and its Role in Description and Explanation: A Clinical Point of View

Shaun Gallagher comment on Josef Parnas

Daniel Pine
Chief, Section on Development and Affective Neuroscience
National Institute of Mental Health

Tackling Hard Problems: Neuroscience, Treatment, & Anxiety

Jan-Willem Romeijn
Professor of Philosophy of Science
University of Groningen

Psychiatric Classification: An A-reductionist Perspective

Kenneth Schaffner (cancelled)
Distinguished University Professor of History and Philosophy of Science Emeritus
University of Pittsburgh

Approaches to Multi-Level Models of Fear: The What, Where, Why, How, and How Much?

Kathryn Tabb
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Columbia University 

Can Psychiatry Be Precise?

Eric Turkheimer
Professor, Clinical Psychology
University of Virginia

Conceptual Focus: A Practical Guide to Understanding Levels of Analysis in Science

Kathryn Tabb comment on Eric Turkheimer

James Woodward
Distinguished Professor of History and Philosophy of Science
University of Pittsburgh

Levels: What Are They and What Work Do They Do?

Stephan Heckers comment on James Woodward

Peter Zachar
Professor of Psychology, Department of Philosophy
Auburn University at Montgomery 

Descriptive Psychopathology: A Manifest Level of Analysis, or Not?