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Shakla Mustafayeva
14:51
hello i am from Azerbaijan , i am psychiatrist
Cătălin Nedelcu
14:58
Warm greetings from Bucharest (RO).
Stefani CORIC
15:06
Hello, I am psychonanalyst under supervision from Vienna. Doing my Masters at Sigmund Freud University.
Wolfgang Paulini
15:12
Will the record be available afterwards?
Lois Oppenheim
15:17
Hello all from New York City!
Bibiana Takáčová
15:18
Hello from Prague ! Psychologist, Charles uni alma mater :)
Oksana Viontsek
15:37
Hello from Lviv, Ukraine
Marta Caamaño
15:38
Hello from Buenos Aires-Argentina
Abid Aslam
15:51
Hello from Pakistan
joseantonioaguirre
15:57
Greetings from Playa, Mexico!
Constantin Lemeshko
16:02
Hello from Moscow!
Miguel Formiga
16:24
Hello from Lisbon, Portugal!
Elif iliyaz
16:48
Greetings from Skopje, North Macedonia!
Sevgi Demiroglu
17:01
Hello from Istanbul, Turkey!
Joshua Pawaar
18:19
Thank you for tuning in to Reflections of a Psychoanalytic Neuroscientist: A Study in Embarrassment, with Prof. Mark Solms, hosted by the Psychoanalysis Society at the University of Essex!Catch up with the society on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSocietyJoin the society - https://www.essexstudent.com/organisation/12441/And/or please get in touch if you'd like to join our mailing list! - jp18769@essex.ac.uk
Andreas Andreou
19:24
hello. Will you post this meeting online nater?
Andreas Andreou
19:26
later*
Luke Ikejiani Sadler
19:47
thanks Josh, I have joined the society
Катерина Алейнікова
20:48
Hello! I am Katerina from Lviv, Ukraine. I study Psychology at Ukrainian Catholic University
Joshua Pawaar
21:25
@Andreas, we are currently recording so I hope so :)@Luke, Thanks! :)
Chris Nicholson
22:04
Welcome to our department. In case of interest, here is our website: https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/psychosocial-and-psychoanalytic-studies and Facebook pages for other events: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalytic
armrget kaur
22:14
I am psycho sexual therapist in Scotland
Ria Elvanidi
22:26
Hello, My name's Ria Elvanidi and I'm a qualified psychodynamic counsellor, BACP registered and a Clinical Psychologist. I have studied my diploma in WCP and you were invited there last spring for a lecture. I'm currently in Greece - sending you regards.
Andy Sharafeldin
22:32
would we be allowed to ask questions after the presentation :)?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
22:35
Welcome, everyone!
Greta Kaluzeviciute
22:44
Yes there will be some time for questions after the presentation
Andy Sharafeldin
22:59
fantastic, thank you!
Ольга Солоненко
33:33
Would we be allowed to get record with this lection?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
33:47
Hi Olga, yes indeed there will be a recording issued after the event
Ольга Солоненко
34:06
Great! Thanks!
Chris Nicholson
43:21
It is a privilege to hear Mark's personal story, and reminds me that we all have powerful, often, non-rational back-story, however this gets dressed in professional or academic roles. Good to be in touch with this...
Bibiana Takáčová
44:27
Thank you for sharing :)
Miguel Formiga
44:28
Chris, I was thinking the same as you. What a privilege. Much grateful...
armrget kaur
44:29
Thank you Mark I am moved by this narrative as it resonates in me
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
44:56
Extremely moving to hear this
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
47:48
Tell us the story!
Samantha Black
48:27
It's beautiful meandering!
1550-308 φραγκιτσα κατωγυριτη
01:34:02
what is the name of the conference?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:34:33
Science of Consciousness
Abid Aslam
01:34:35
Science of consciousness
1550-308 φραγκιτσα κατωγυριτη
01:34:42
thank you
armrget kaur
01:35:06
hobson choice
Abid Aslam
01:36:08
Sounds like someone was enjoying that!!!!
Dana Dubravska
01:36:59
https://consciousness.arizona.edu/about-conference
Angelina Vidali (Ph.D.)
01:37:24
People who do more abstract science than doctors understand very well why what is scientific is way broader than statistics and behaviourism.
Angelina Vidali (Ph.D.)
01:38:11
Like physics or mathematics
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:40:40
I would encourage people start putting in questions in the chat (or please let me know if you'd like to ask a question live with your mic)
Miguel Formiga
01:40:51
I think this always leads to a great (and maybe old) difficulty in defining what is actually science nowadays. What is the "grip apperture" for subjectivity when studying scientifically?
Jonatan Drumond
01:42:30
Professor Mark. The Psyche effects the brain or the brain phaenomena are reflections of the Psyche?
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
01:42:37
Question: What does Mark think either side (psychoanalysts/ neurologists) are defending against in not being interested in/ engaging with the other discipline? Is it a perceived threat of annihilation or incorporation? (going both ways)?
Ferahnaz Ör
01:42:39
Do you think manic depression or schizophrenia is treatable with neuropsychoanalysis?
1436 Khawer Javed
01:43:01
which brain part is responsible for brain and if rem sleep cycle is not mechanism of dreams then what is neuro mechanism of dreams?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:43:37
Thank you, we would also welcome live questions later on
Prashant Vemuri
01:43:40
That was a lovely talk!I would like to ask you what advise would you have for someone like myself who is interested in consciousness, wants to investigate it using more rigorous methods of cognitive science/ neuroscience, has done a Bsc in psychology, and has limited opportunities because of living in a country like India
Constantin Lemeshko
01:43:43
Please, let the professor speak
Stanzi
01:44:17
Thanks for this talk! question: how does the neurophysiology of dreams change with mental illness (if it does)?
Kon-ick
01:44:18
more from the Professor please
Šárka Turnerová
01:44:31
What is the psychoanalitic view of borderline personality dissorder?
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
01:44:38
I would also like him to speak more
Eveline Wu
01:45:24
I'd also prefer that he speak at least 20 to 30 min more
nuno
01:46:27
I would also prefer if the Professor could speak more half an hour!
Raffaele Fazio
01:46:37
@Šárka Turnerova, I believe you should check out the work from Otto Kernberg on BPD. Nowadays his Transference-Focus Psychotherapy is gaining quite success
David Lucas
01:46:54
More from Mark, if possible.
Angelina Vidali (Ph.D.)
01:47:07
Can you observe specific neurological changed during a psychoanalytic process?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:47:14
Don't worry, there will be more from Mark :)
Carole El Baff
01:47:21
I has the pleasure to take Pr. Solms in teachable it was an introductory course and I am really hoping there are more advanced ones
Carole El Baff
01:47:27
had*
Šárka Turnerová
01:47:40
@Raffaele Fazio thanks for the recommendation!
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
01:48:04
He is also on Twitter: @Mark_Solms
hessel boerboom NL
01:48:44
check out the site from the neuropsychoanalytical society. there are a lot of viedis of seminars and courses
Carole El Baff
01:48:58
Thank you
Muhamed
01:49:35
Is there potential in mapping jungian archetypes, (depending on how theyre operationalized) in the brain?
Andy Sharafeldin
01:50:14
This is similar to intracranial self-stimulation (ICSS) I believe it haha :)
Vladyslav Kim
01:51:33
Despite a strict, and, perhaps, prejudicial nature of Popper’s falsifiability principle, it is still an effective tool to restrict fields like astrology, for instance, to enter “scientific” community; alignment with scienttificty gives extra credibility to a field, attracting more people to it, and, I guess, we do not want astrology to gain more followers. Thus, my question is: “Do you think that we should get rid of any principles to distinguish something scientific from nonscientific or pseudoscientific to reduce a prejudice? ” If so, how are going to solve a problem with apparent pseudoscientific fields (graphology, and etc.)
Georgeta Apostol
01:52:27
In research, you have thought about the correlation between neurofeedback and neuropsychoanalytical?
Prashant Vemuri
01:52:31
perhaps ID isn't unconscious, but the transactions between ID, EGO and SUPEREGO are what is unconscious, don't you think so?
John M
01:53:26
Question for Prof Solms: Can Neuropsychoanalysis's NPSA's more complex model allow medical Psychiatry to become more complex and sentient subject person centred in its biological understanding ? (as well as its psychological and social and existential understanding). And offer Psychiatry more helpful better subject tolerated and patient informed approaches? Or could it lead to patients being left out of such decisions?
hessel boerboom NL
01:53:44
see: https://npsa-association.org/
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:53:48
Thank you all for questions, we will try to tackle as many as possible
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:53:53
And thank you Hessel for links to NPSA
Phil Dabrowski
01:55:54
Why retain the Id as its own register at all? Why not look at it as somwhat of a constitutive part of the ego and super ego ? if id is anythnig it seems to be somethnig fundamentally different than the ego and the super ego, and i dont think it should be grouped with the other two implying parity
armrget kaur
01:57:54
found peace at last
Miguel Formiga
01:58:57
huge gratification that may be :)
Anna Varney-Wong
01:59:06
Thank you!
Zoe
01:59:10
Thank you
Livar Glesne
01:59:11
thank you!
Panagiotis Plagos
01:59:12
Thank you so much!
Miguel Formiga
01:59:14
Thank you so much!
Kaylee Kantor
01:59:14
Thank you!
Juliana Lozovska
01:59:15
Thank you so much!
Sanober Memon
01:59:15
thank you!!
Marta Vassalo
01:59:16
Thank you!!!!
Gabriel
01:59:16
Thank you so much!
Miriam Munteanu
01:59:17
Thank you very much!
Zara E Haghpanah-Shirwan
01:59:18
Thank you that was amazing
Carole El Baff
01:59:19
Thank you it was amazing
1436 Khawer Javed
01:59:20
thanku so much......
Esra Paca
01:59:22
Thank you so much Mark! That was great!!!
ERIC CHIA YUAN HSU
01:59:22
thank you!!!
Andy Sharafeldin
01:59:24
it is much appreciated :D
Mark Anderson
01:59:25
Thank you!
Vladyslav Kim
01:59:30
Thank you!
Arnav Nagpal
01:59:31
Thank you, Prof Solms.
fragitsa katogiritis
01:59:33
i could have listened for another two hours!
Nicole Boessel (Germany)
01:59:35
That was so motivating, thank you :-)
Argyro Kostopoulou
01:59:37
fascinating speech, thank you very much
Abid Aslam
01:59:41
Thanks! And would love to see and hear from u again, and a lot!
Samantha Black
01:59:43
I could have listened for another 2 hours. Such an exciting time to be starting my journey into the field.
Daria Del Prete
01:59:58
Thank you so much to let us know more about your career and your life!
Kakha Amashukeli
02:00:09
Thank you for such a personal and touching story
Fidel Lolo
02:00:21
wonderful speech, I really enjoyed it, many thanks Mark!
Ana Bolkvdze
02:00:48
Thank you very much!
Franziska Fowles
02:00:54
thank you very much, this was really inspiring!
Azhar Goraya1421-BH-PSY-18
02:01:19
Thank u so much!
Chris Nicholson
02:01:36
Mark, Sack returns to Freud's neurological work in his final book - were you an influence there perhaps...?
Adriana Bereksazi
02:04:58
We had a seminar with Karen Solms half a year ago and the thing that you and Karen share is this amazing passion and interest towards the human mind. It is so inspiring! Thank you so much for the presentation!
Joshua Pawaar
02:05:34
Stay tuned for more questions and discussion!This is Reflections of a Psychoanalytic Neuroscientist: A Study in Embarrassment with Professor Mark Solms, hosted by the Psychoanalysis Society at the University of Essex!Catch up with the society on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSocietyJoin the society - https://www.essexstudent.com/organisation/12441/And/or please get in touch if you'd like to join our mailing list! - jp18769@essex.ac.ukAlso, please check out the Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies Department at Essex: https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/psychosocial-and-psychoanalytic-studiesand the Facebook page for other events: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalytic
Andy Sharafeldin
02:05:50
How is the discussion going to be structured please? are we going to virtually raise hands and get chosen?
fragitsa katogiritis
02:05:51
the man who mistook his patients for..? missed that
Andy Sharafeldin
02:05:59
literature
fragitsa katogiritis
02:06:13
thank you andy
Samantha Whetstone
02:07:16
Thank you so much for the talk, Mark - this was incredibly inspirational! Looking forward to the new book. And thank you to Greta and team for organising this.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:09:58
You're most welcome, Samantha! Glad you've enjoyed this
Nicole Boessel (Germany)
02:11:01
Thank you for organising and sharing, so we all had the opportunity to listen :-)
Aimee Dollman
02:11:16
The book on consciousness that Mark has coming out next year January: #TheHiddenSpring is now available to pre-order in the UK at:Waterstones: https://bit.ly/TheHiddenSpringAmazon: https://amzn.to/3hmafuaIt is likewise available in the US at:Amazon: https://amazon.com/dp/0393542017/ref=cm_sw_su_dp…Barnes & Noble: https://barnesandnoble.com/w/the-hidden-spring-mark-solms/1137117336?ean=9780393542011…Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/books/the-hidden-spring-a-journey-to-the-source-of-consciousness/9780393542011
Kaylee Kantor
02:11:19
Thank you Greta and team for this opportunity
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:12:11
Most welcome!
Miriam Munteanu
02:18:14
What is the name of this scale that can be used to measure confabulations?
Ria Elvanidi
02:18:47
Thank you Prof. Solms for such a stimulating discussion - looking forward to reading your next work and publications. Thanks everyone who contributed in organising this.
Muhamed
02:19:17
Hi, Greta, where can we find the recording?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:19:46
Hi Muhamed, the recording will be circulated via our FB page and we will also send it to NPSA to be circulated further
Muhamed
02:19:59
thank oyu!
Jonatan Drumond
02:20:38
Greta, what's the name of the FB page?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:21:09
https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSociety
Jonatan Drumond
02:21:38
Thank you
Oksana Viontsek
02:21:51
thank you! so exciting!!
Chris Nicholson
02:22:07
Good question Joshua!! I'm praying Mark's response supports what I teach in the trauma module!!!
Livar Glesne
02:25:11
A huge thank you ot Mark and the organizers of this webinar! I've been mostly psychotherapy/philosophy-minded, and the webinar has somewhat renewed my interest in neuropsychology, seeing how prof. Solms balance it
José Antonio Aguirre
02:28:05
thank you so much for this incredible talk!! outstanding, remarkable and very inspiring
Alen M
02:33:21
Thank you so much for this talk. I heard the first half but unfortunately I have to go work now. Greta, I would kindly ask for a link to the recording as soon as it's uploaded, it was amazing. Prof. Solms, it was an honor and an absolute thrill to listen not only because of your storytelling, but also because your story resonates with me and probably a lot of people here.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:33:37
Hi Alen, links will be uploaded to our FB and also circulated to NPSA
702438
02:41:38
Inspiring! I am personally not working in any of the associated fields, I am in research in heart surgery and yet I found this extremely relevant and interesting. Thank you! Best regards to all.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:41:59
Thank you for the kind feedback!
George Ellis
02:43:15
Great plug for a great institiute
Stanzi
02:50:29
wondering about this topic of the hard problem of consciousness… is there any evolutionary advantage in representing drives consciously - couldn’t it all be done unconsciously?
Tali Lavi
02:50:35
https://www.sas.upenn.edu/~cavitch/pdf-library/Solms_Unconscious.pdf
Richie Lague
02:51:14
This (my first Society talk) has been perfectly timed; I have just submitted my application to study PPS next year and I'm about to start work supporting people with acquired brain injuries. Thank you so much for such invaluable insight.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:51:44
That's wonderful to hear Richie!
Kon-ick
02:52:02
Thank You Tali
Gabriel
02:52:39
I have a question too. Than you
Gabriel
02:52:45
Thank you
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:53:06
Hi Gabriel, thanks - I'll include you in the queue, if we have time! Lots of questions tonight!
Stanzi
02:53:52
Greta - are we automatically included if we post questions or do we need to specify we want to ask them explicitly?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:54:21
Hi Stanzi, I've got the list of questions from chat but am also mindful of those who want to ask live questions
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:54:33
I'm trying to include as many but of course we are operating under time constrains :)
Stanzi
02:54:59
ok cheers! yep understand, I was thinking it might be good to limit qs to 1 per person
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:55:17
Indeed!
hessel boerboom NL
02:56:24
i repeat: a lot of answers are to be found onthe NPSA-site https://npsa-association.org/
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:56:50
That's a great resource
Greta Kaluzeviciute
02:56:57
Thanks Hessel
Razif Ismail
02:57:35
Noted, thanks Hessel
Norman Gabriel
03:02:22
Greta is it time for a question
Chris Nicholson
03:02:22
Agreed.... This is what Daniel Stern has done in developmental psychology....
Tali Lavi
03:02:37
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbeh.2018.00294/full
Greta Kaluzeviciute
03:03:41
Hi Norman! If we have time. There's one more question to come from Mila after this.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
03:03:47
So might run out of time
Carmen Guerra Melo
03:04:28
If there’s still time: Do you think Embodied Cognition Theory can be related to Neuropsychoanalysis? If so, in which way?
John M
03:05:14
Question for Prof Solms: Can Neuropsychoanalysis's NPSA's more complex model allow medical Psychiatry to become more complex and sentient subject person centred in its biological understanding ? (as well as its psychological and social and existential understanding). And offer Psychiatry more helpful better subject tolerated and patient informed approaches? Or could it lead to patients being left out of such decisions?
Norman Gabriel
03:05:16
Just what I was THINKING cHRIS
Norman Gabriel
03:05:55
No problem Greta
Phil Dabrowski
03:07:00
question to professor Mark : What do You think of the perspective of panpsychism of Galen Strawson or Donald Hoffmann In relation to redistovery of the Freudian Drives and their physiological correlation to the brain activity? In other words, could we talk of experiences of "feeling to be like x" in another case for the brain.. Or possibly , is it of any use to universalize such notions as drive and desire ( as some psychoanalytically inspired theorists seem to do in the wake of panpsychists) as if they can be forces "experienced" by anythnig else than the brain
Aimee Dollman
03:07:23
@Carmen Guerra Melo: see Katerina Fotopoulou’s work. You’ll find details of her lab and work on the NPSA page too.
Carmen Guerra Melo
03:07:52
Thank you Aimee, for sure I will :)
Marta Caamaño
03:08:32
Thank you Mark Solm, all your work is really important, Ive noticed also your 3 hours without a break! Awesome!
Arseny Tarabanov
03:10:22
What it is neuropsychoanalytic vision of hypnagogic hallucinations - beyond dream and day consciousness? Dreams or Hallucinations?
Tali Lavi
03:10:24
you can check the work of Christina Alberini for more about memory reconsolidtion
Tali Lavi
03:10:33
http://alberinilab.org/
Chris Nicholson
03:10:35
Thanks Mark and everyone for a great afternoon. Let's do this again....!! Take care everyone and keep in touch with us. Bye for now
Greta Kaluzeviciute
03:10:45
Thanks for coming Chris!
Joshua Pawaar
03:13:27
Thank you for tuning in to Reflections of a Psychoanalytic Neuroscientist: A Study in Embarrassment with Professor Mark Solms, hosted by the Psychoanalysis Society at the University of Essex!Catch up with the society on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSocietyJoin the society - https://www.essexstudent.com/organisation/12441/And/or please get in touch if you'd like to join our mailing list! - jp18769@essex.ac.ukAlso, please check out the Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies Department at Essex: https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/psychosocial-and-psychoanalytic-studiesand the Facebook page for other events: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticProfessor Mark Solms can be contacted at mark.solms@uct.ac.za for legitimate academic enquiries. For any enquiries regarding the society and further events, please email Greta (gkaluz@essec.ac.uk) or me (jp18769@essex.ac.uk).Once again, thank you very much and take care! :)
Norman Gabriel
03:14:32
What I have learned here from this amazing session is how important it is for us to connect across disciplines, to build on existing concepts by integrating new research findings. But also to develop concepts that can more beyond the binary of subjectivity and objectivity
Bibiana Takáčová
03:14:58
Definitely gonna read it !
Tonima Singh
03:16:10
Thank you so much, Dr. Solms, Greta, and everyone else who helped organizing this talk, it indeed was very insightful!
Reza NOURBAKHCH-SABET
03:16:25
thx a lot
Tetiana Nedilska
03:16:30
Thank you
Angelina Vidali (Ph.D.)
03:16:36
So you are hoping to improve ML methods adding affects?
Rachel Bown
03:16:58
Thank you, this has been very engaging and food for thought
Kakha Amashukeli
03:17:17
Thank you very much Dr. Solms and to the whole team for such opportunity
Joshua Pawaar
03:17:31
Thanks very much to Mark and to all for being a part of this!
Kathleen McGartland
03:17:31
Thank you!
Joshua Pawaar
03:17:43
Thank you for tuning in to Reflections of a Psychoanalytic Neuroscientist: A Study in Embarrassment with Professor Mark Solms, hosted by the Psychoanalysis Society at the University of Essex!Catch up with the society on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSocietyJoin the society - https://www.essexstudent.com/organisation/12441/And/or please get in touch if you'd like to join our mailing list! - jp18769@essex.ac.ukAlso, please check out the Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies Department at Essex: https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/psychosocial-and-psychoanalytic-studiesand the Facebook page for other events: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticProfessor Mark Solms can be contacted at mark.solms@uct.ac.za for legitimate academic enquiries. For any enquiries regarding the society and further events, please email Greta (gkaluz@essec.ac.uk) or me (jp18769@essex.ac.uk).Once again, thank you very much and take care! :)
Irina Tumanova
03:17:53
thank you, Dr. Solms!
Ian Olivier
03:17:55
Thanks so much for a fascinating talk - very inspiring and informative
Julie
03:17:59
This has been fascinating. Thank you
Bibiana Takáčová
03:18:01
Thank youuu !
Miguel Formiga
03:18:02
it was a pleasure!!!
Anna Varney-Wong
03:18:02
Thank you