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Symposia at the Studio of Villa Bosch
 
 
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Department of Geography
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69120 Heidelberg
Germany

Klara Jungkunz
Marius Zipf

knowledgeandspace
@uni-heidelberg.de
 
News

Volumes 16 and 17 of the Knowledge and Space Book Series are out now!

To read Volume 16 "Space, Place and Educational Settings,"  click here Externer Inhalt (Open Access)

To read Volume 17 "Knowledge and Civil Society,"  click here Externer Inhalt (Open Access)

 

The general outline of the 19th Symposium "Knowledge and Digital Technology: Spatial Relations in a Digital Age" is online now

To read the general outline now, click here Externer Inhalt

To read the program now, click here Externer Inhalt

 

The general outline of the 20th Symposium "Placing the Future" is online now

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Abstracts of "Knowledge and Action"

Session 1: Basic Considerations on Knowledge & Action

How Much Knowledge is Necessary for Action?
Joachim Funke (Psychology), University of Heidelberg (Germany)

No Knowledge without Action? Lessons from Infant Research
Sabina Pauen (Psychology), University of Heidelberg (Germany)

The Knowledgeable Actor – a Necessary Fiction?
Wolfgang Schluchter (Sociology), University of Heidelberg (Germany)

 

Session 2: From Cognition to Action

Planning and the Control of Action
Peter Gollwitzer (Psychology), University of Konstanz (Germany)

How Representations of Knowledge Shape our Actions
Ralph Hertwig (Psychology), University of Basel (Switzerland)

Cognitive Niches: An Ecological Model of Emergent Strategy Selection
Julian Marewski (Psychology), Max Planck Institute for Human Development (Germany)

 

Session 3: The Psychology of Knowledge & Action

Reflection and Impulse as Determinants of Human Behavior
Fritz Strack (Psychology), University of Würzburg (Germany)

Experimental Evidence for Unconscious Mechanism in Action Planning
Manfred Spitzer (Psychiatry), Ulm University Hospital (Germany)

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Hannah Monyer (Neurobiology), Heidelberg University Hospital (Germany)

 

Session 4: Mobility, Knowledge & Action

The Decision to Move: Being Mobile and Being Rational in Comparative Anthropological Perspective
Thomas Widlok (Anthropology), Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands)

Relocation Trajectories and the Making and Remaking of Place
Graham Rowles (Gerontology), University of Kentucky (USA)

 

Session 5: The Spatial Dimension of Knowledge & Action I

So What Do You Do?: Experimenting with Space for Social Creativity
Ariane Berthoin Antal (International Relations), Social Science Research Center Berlin (Germany) &
Victor Friedman (Sociology), Max Stern Academic College of Emek Yezreel (Israel)

Using Conceptual Spaces to Model, Actions, Events and the Semantics of Verbs
Peter Gärdenfors (Cognitive Science), Lund University (Sweden)

 

Session 6: The Spatial Dimension of Knowledge & Action II

Spatial Relations, Action, and the Constitution of Socio-Cultural Realities
Benno Werlen (Geography), University of Jena (Germany)

Perverse Expertise and the Social Unconscious in the Making of Financial Crisis
Richard Peet (Geography), Clark University (USA)

Mapping the Residence of Power
Gunnar Olsson (Geography), Uppsala University (Sweden)

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