Oral Presentations

•     August, 2017
18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Utrecht, Netherlands
Affective social learning: A conduit for the transmission of socio-cultural value
Dukes, D and Clément, F

•     August, 2017
18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Utrecht, Netherlands
Was that intentional? Infants use others’ emotional expressions to infer their goals
Reschke, P., Dukes, D. and Walle, E. (delivered by Dukes, D.)

•     June, 2017
International Symposium on the Foundations of Affective Social Learning, Montezillon, Switzerland
Affective Social Learning and Emotion Appreciation
Dukes, D. and Clément, F

•    May, 2017
International Philosophy Symposium on
Negative Emotion: The good, the bad and the ugly
Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland
Reply to Tristram Oliver-Skuse, “Itchy Feet: The intentionality of boring boredom”
A psychologists confession: We are not paid to think!
Dukes, D.

•     February, 2017
Centre of Research on Social Interaction, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Affective social learning and emotion appreciation: Structuring socio-emotional interactions
Dukes, D

•     August, 2016
The 24th annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, St. Andrews, Scotland
Interest and the Affective Springs of Inquiry – The Chiaroscuro Epistemic Emotion
Lauria, F., Dukes, D. and Clément, F. (delivered by Federico Lauria).

•     May, 2016
Invited Speaker, Workshop on Epistemic Emotion, University of Berkeley, California
Conflicts of Interest: Developing interest in the social world
Dukes, D.

•     May, 2016
Invited Speaker, Workshop on Epistemic Emotion, University of Berkeley, California
A prolegomenon for an understanding of epistemic emotions  Campos, JJ and Dukes, D. (delivered by Dukes, D.).

•     February, 2016
Invited Speaker, Developmental Seminar Series, University of Berkeley, California
Affective Social Learning and the Role of Interest
Dukes, D. and Clément, F.

•     January, 2016
The 17th annual convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, USA
Delivered as part of the “Emotions and Appraisals in Social Decision-Making” symposium organised by Danielle Shore (Oxford) and including Erin Heerey (Bangor) and Jonathan Gratch (Southern California).
Affective Social Learning: Relying on others to show how we should feel
Dukes, D and Clément, F.

•     December, 2015
Invited Speaker, Developmental Seminar Series, University of Merced, California
Learning from others’ emotional expressions: The role of interest in Affective Social Learning
Dukes, D. and Clément, F.

•     July, 2015
The 15th European Conference on Facial Expression, Measure and Meaning, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Expressions of Interest
Dukes, D., Mortillaro, M. and Clément, F.

•    March, 2015
The 1st Meeting of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences Emotional Developmental Group, Geneva, Switzerland
Studying Interest: Theoretical and Empirical Issues
Dukes, D.

•   June, 2014
Aegina Summer School “Shared Experiences: the boundaries of the social brain” organized by the Lab of Action & Body, Royal Holloway, University of London

Interest: An affective gateway for the transmission of culture
 Dukes, D and Clément, F.

•    February, 2014
Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Annual Review Forum CISA annual Review Forum, Geneva, Switzerland
First steps towards a developmental theory of cognitive appraisal
Dukes, D., Foudon, N and Clément, F.

•    November, 2013
NeuZü – meeting of labs of Klaus Züberbuhler (Neuchâtel) and Carel van Schalk (Zürich), Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Curiosity killed the cat: Is interest really important for non-human animals?

Dukes, D and Clément, F.

•    November, 2013
Swiss Interdisciplinary Group “Self-Consciousness and Kinds of Self” Autumn-Workshop, Lausanne, Switzerland
The interesting possibility of consciousness without a cerebral cortex: an interpretation of Merker (2007)
Dukes, D.

•    September, 2013
Swiss Psychological Society, Biannual Congress – Basel, Switzerland
Making Sense via Others: The role of interest
Dukes, D., Foudon, N and Clément, F.

•    March, 2013
Swiss Interdisciplinary Group “Self-Consciousness and Kinds of Self” Spring-Workshop, Ovronnaz, Switzerland
Interest, Consciousness and the Developing (Social) Self
Dukes, D.

•    February, 2013
Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Annual Review Forum CISA annual Review Forum, Geneva, Switzerland
What makes interest interesting for appraisal theory?
Dukes, D., Foudon, N and Clément, F.

•    May, 2012
Reunion des Pédiatres du Neuchâtel – Neuchâtel, Switzerland
L’ontogenèse de l’intérêt: un projet ‘en développement’

Clément, F and Dukes, D.