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Adina Pruteanu, THE LANGUAGE OF THE SELF IN JONATHAN COE’S THE TERRIBLE

Romania, Oradea
Agnieszka Konopka and Wim van Beers, Compositionwork and DST

Netherlands, The Hague
Aivi Toompalu, Professional role expectations when solving pedagogical dilemmas and DST

Sweden, Gothenborg
Alan Fogel, Dialogical self in the first two years of life

USA, Utah
Aleksandar Baucal, Culture and the continuity of the dialogical self

Serbia, Belgrade
Alessandro Salvini, Dialogical analyais of bulimia nervosa

Italy, Padua
Alex Gillespie, Methodological approach of the dialogical self

UK, University of Stirling
Ali Leijen, Teacher education and dialogical self

Estonia, Tartu
Alia Soliman, Doublegoer and social media; Doppelgänger

UK, London
Amrei Joerchel, Dialogical self, culture, and collective voices

Austria, Vienna
Ana Batory, Dialogical and cognitive approaches to self-multiplicity

Poland, Lublin
Ana Carol Pontes de França, Dialogical self and virtual reality

Brazil, Recife, Federal University of Pernambuco
Ana Cecilia Bastos, dialogical self of mothers of victims of homicide

Brazil, Salvador
Andrzej Jastrzebski, The philosophy of psychology and DST

Italy, Rome
André Guirland Vieira, Narrative construction of identity by Hermans, McAdams, and Habermas

Portugal, Porto
Angela Branco, I-positions of a lesbian woman in catholic Brazil

Brasilia, Brazil
Anita Pipere, Personal account of her own I-positions

Latvia, Daugavpils
Anna Gabinska, Experimental work on I-positions and their emotional qualities

Poland, Warsaw
Annemie Winters, Narrative quality of career conversations and the dialogical self

Belgium, Louvain
Annerieke Oosterwegel, Complexities of the development of the self

Netherlands, Utrecht University
Antoni Badia Garganté, Affective dimension of university teachers

Colombia, Bogota
Antonio Ribeiro, The centrality of ambivalence in the dialogical self

Portugal, Braga
Ardian Wahyu Setiawan, Professional identity of Indonesian teachers of English

Aris Lanaridis, Music, narrative and dialogue

UK, Leeds university
Aydan Gülerce, Selfing, othering, and DST

Turkey Istanbul
Barbara Bokus, Shared metaphoric meaning in children's discourse

Poland, Warsaw
Barbara Hooker, Teacher identity, narrative and DST

UK, Wolverhampton
Barbara Rojek, Reading Tabucchi and dialogical self

Poland, Warsaw
Barbara Schellhammer, Bildung and DST

Germany, Munchen
Barbara Zielke, Dialogue and social constructionism

Germany, Nurnberg
Beatrice Ligorio, dialogical self in education

Italy, Bari
Ben Russell Masters-Stevens, Identity in the Anglo-Indian Novel and DST

UK, Hertfordshire
Bob Fecho, DST in education: globalization and uncertainty

USA, Athens
Bradley Warfield, Speaking of the Self: Theorizing the Dialogical Dimensions of Ethical Agency

Caroline Howarth, Multiculturalism and dialogical self

UK, London School of Economics and Political Science
Catarina Rosa, Portugal, Multivocality in the dialogical self

Portugal, Braga
Catharina Kinnvall, dialogical self between security and insecurity

Sweden, Lund
Charalambos Tsekeris, Chaos-friendly reflexivity and dialogue

Greece, Athens
Charles Alberts, South Africa, Adolescents' identity struggels in post-apartheid South-Africa

South Africa, Fort Hare
Charlotte Mathiassen, The experience of nothingness in the dialogical self of incarcerated people

Denmark, Aarhus
Cor Baerveldt, DST and embodiment from a Bakhtinian perspective

Canada, University of Alberta
Cor van Halen, Dante, Space and the dialogical self

Netherlands, Nijmegen
Dania Antinori, Body transformation in professional dance education

Luxemburg, University
Danilo Guimaraes, Self and dialogical multiplication

Brazil, Sao Paulo
Dankert Vedeler, co-regulation and dialogical self

Norway, Trondheim
David Blackbeard, Adolescent masculinity in the context of HIV

South-Africa, University of KwaZulu-Natal
David Piper, Moral development, transformative learning, and the dialogical self

Canada, Nova Scotia
Dawan Coombs, Brigham, School culture, adolescent readers and dialogical self

USA, Provo
Debra Skinner, Dialogical self of a Nepali adolescent, theoretical analysis

USA, California
Dina Nir, Negotiational Self Theory and DST

Israel, Kiryat Ono
Dmitry Leontiev, Looking at oneself as inner dialogue

Russia, Moscow
Dominik Mihalits, Voices, dialogical self, and psychoanalysis

Austria, Vienna
Ebtihal Elshaikh, Egypt, Dialogical Self in Tennyson's Ulysses

Egypt, Tanta
Elena B. Starovoytenko, The 'Conversation Partner' Phenomenon in the Dialogical I-Other Relationship

Russia, Moscow
Eline Andreouli, Dialogical idenity and acculturation in Britain

UK, London
Elisa Monti and Diane Austin,The dialogical self in vocal psychotherapy

USA, New York
Elsa de Mattos, Personal and collective meanings; responsibility in transition to adulthood

Brazil, Bahia
Eugenie Georgaca, Voices in the self in psychotherapy

Greece, Thessaloniki
Evangelia Prokopiou, silent monologues, loud dialogues and hibernated I-positions

UK, University College London
Evrinomy Avdi, Subject positioning in psychotherapy

Greece, Thessaloniki
Fernanda Andacht, Convergence of Dialogical Self Theory and Semiotic Self Theory

Urugay, Montevideo
Forough Barani, Virtual vs. factual positioning in the dialogical self

Malaysia, Putra
Frank Staemmler, Dialogica self in psychotherapeutic practice, German

Germany, Wurzburg
Frans Meijers, Career learning, expressive writing and dialogical self

Netherlands, Wijchen
Frans Wijsen, Indonesians and Moluccans in The Netherlands

Netherlands, Nijmegen
Fred Dervin, Multiculturalism and racism

Helsinki
G. Stavraki, Consumer behavior and DST

UK, Surrey
Galina Fofanova, Educational subcultures and the dialogical self

Belarus, Minsk
Gavin Sullivan, UK, Review of Handbook of Dialogical Self Theory

UK, Conventry University
Gertina van Schalkwyk, Collage Life Story technique, autobiographical memory

China, Macau
Giancarlo Dimaggio, poor metacognition and meta-position in clinical disorders

Italy, Rome
Giuseppina Marsico, Dialoigcal self, borders, semiotic analysis

Italy, Salerno
Graham Rossiter, Multiple voices, fragmentation and alienation from an educational perspective

Australia, Sydney
Grebenyuk, E., Dialogical self and psychotherapy

Russia, Moscow
Guida de Abreu, Education on cultural contact zones

UK, Oxford Brookes University
Gyuseog Han, Shimcheong psychology in South-Korea, empathic understanding

South Korea, Gwangju
Hani Henri, Acculturaton and assimilation of immigrants

Egypt, Cairo
Hans Alma, Ethics and the dialogical self

Netherlands, Utrecht
Hans-Georg Ziebertz, Plural identities and intercultural understanding (German)

Germany, Wurzburg
Hawine Merdasa, Dialogical self in Oromo people in Sweden and USA

Sweden, Lund
Helen Grimmett, Poetic inquiry and DST

Australia, Monash University
Henk Stam, Critical discussion of dialogical self research and theory

Canada, Calgary
Hetty Zock, Religious voices in the dialogical self

Netherlands, Groningen
Hubert Hermans, Basics of Dialogical Self Theory

Netherlands, Milsbeek
Ian Burkitt, Communication, miscommunication and the dialogical unconsciuos

UK, Bradford
Ingrid Josephs, The construction of a voice in the dialogical self

Germany, Hagen
Ivana Markova, Inner alter in dialogue

Scotland, UK, Stirling
Jaan Valsiner, DST and semiotic mediation

Denmark, Aalborg
Jack Kahn, USA, Gay men, dialogical resistence to hegemonic masculinity

USA, Fresno
Jacob Belzen, religion, culture, and the dialogical self

Netherlands, Amsterdam
Jacob Farnsworth, Dialogical tensions in heroic masculinity and in the military

USA, University of North Texas
James Day, Moral and religious development of the dialogical self

Belgium, Louvain
James Liu, Towards a psychology of global and ethical consciousness

New Zealand Auckland
Jan Grimell, crisis and dialogical self

Netherlands, Amsterdam
Jan Gube, DST and the schooling of ethnic minorities

Australia, Tasmania
Jan Hancil, dialogical interaction with inner partner

Prague, Czech Republic
Jennifer Munsie, polyphony, culture, and expatriates

UK, University of Manchester
JiangSiYang, From entitative self to dialogical self

China, Changsha
Joanna Pawelczyk, Personal narratives in psychotherapy

Poland, Poznan
Joao Salgado, Return to subjectivity, from multiplicity to dialogical self

Portugal, Abrantes
John Barresi, From thought as thinker to voice as speaker

Canada, Halifax
John Fisher, Using I-positions in practice

UK, Leyland, Leicester
John Lysaker, dialogical self and philosophy, Nietzsche

USA, Emerson University
John Rowan, Personification and dialgoical self in psychotherapy

UK, London
Jozsef Rácz, Autobiographies in the “Early” Phase of Drug Use and dialogical self

Hungary, Budapest
Julia Vassilieva, Narrative theories of McAdams, Hermans, and nd White & Epston

Australia, Victoria
Jutta Konig, Cultural positions in the dialogical self

Netherlands, Amsterdam
Kara Vloet, Professional identity in teacher education and dialogical self

Netherlands, Eindhoven
Karolina Siodmiak, DST, narrative and Psychotherapy (Polish)

Poland, Gdansk
Katarzyna Stemplewska, Discursive Mind model and DST

Poland, Warsaw
Katrin Kullasepp, Teacher education and DST

Estonia, Tallinn
Katrin van den Elzen, Young widowhood and DST

Australia, Perth
Kirill Maslow, Thinking dialogically about disability, body and dialogue

Estonia, Tallinn
Kiyomi Banda, Dialogical Self in Japanese

Japan, Tokyo
Kobus Kok, Christology, angels and DST

Pretoria, South Africa
Lakshmi Ramarajan, Past, present and future research on multiple identity

Lene Arnett Jensen, DST as a bridging theory

USA, Clark University Massachusetts
Leni Verhofstadt-Deneve, Psychodrama and DST

Belgium, Ghent University
Lewis Mehl-Madrona, Self-transformation and dialogical self from an American-Indian perspective

USA, Orono, Maine
Li Hong, Multiple dimensions of teacher identity and dialogical self: Longitudinal study

USA, Oklahoma
Liana Mercedes Torres Casierra, Colombian Migrants in Australia:

Australia, Sydney
Lior Zemer, Multivoiced authors ( contribution from law studies))

Israel, Herzliya
Lisa Blackman, Culture, psychopathology, and DST

UK, London
Lisa Whittaker, Identity of Young People Not in Education and DST

UK, Stirling
Livia Simao, Otherness in question, labyrints of the self

Brazil, Sao Paulo
Maarit Arvaja, DST and computer-supported learning

Finland, University of Jyvaskyla
Malgorzata Puchalska-Wasyl, Psychological functions of internal interlocutors

Poland, Lublin
Marc Lewis, Dialogical brain

Canada, Toronto
Maria Alice Queiroz de Brito, Psychosocial Attention Center in Brazil and professional identity (Brazilian)

Brazil, Sao Paulo
Maria-Jose Soerens, Intimate partner violence among migrant women

UK, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, Middlesex University
Mariana Guzzardo, Boston, Dialogical self of older Puerto Ricans of the diaspora

Boston, North Eastern University
Mariann Martsin, identity dialogues as hyper-generalized personal sense

UK, Cardiff
Marjo Buitelaar, Religious and cultural voices in self-narratives

Netherlands, Groningen
Mark Freeman, USA, Review Handbook of Dialogical Self Theory

USA, Worcester, Massachusetts
Masahiro Nochi, Japan, Self-narratives and traumatic brain injury

Japan, Tokyo
Masayoshi Morioka, DST and Jungian perspective

Japan, Kobe
Matthew Adams, Losing one's voice, dialogical self and the unspeakable

UK, Brighton
Merima Šehagi, Collective trauma and ethno-religious relations of adolescents in the dialogical self of adolescents in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Netherlands, Nijmegen
Merle Caminsky, Transracial adoption, conflicts in the dialogical self

South-Africa, Johannesburg
Michela Cortini, SMS and diatextual construction of the dialogical self

Italy, Bari
Michele Grossen, Alter in dialogical self

Switzerland, Lausanne
Michelle Mamberg, Mindfulness-based stress reduction

USA, Bridgewater
Michiel de Ronde, Counseling and play, based on Dialogical Self Theory

The Netherlands, Ede
Miguel Goncalves, multiplicity of self and Personal Position Repertoire (PPR) method

Braga
Mikael Leiman, The role of sign mediation in the dialogical self

Finland, Joensuu
Murty, Ade Iva, Community health volunteers and the dialogical self

Indonesia, Perpustakaan
Mónica Roncancio-Moreno, Developmental trajectories of the Self in children during the transition from preschool to elementary school

Colombia, Cali
Nancy Bell, dialogical processes in eating disorder recovery

USA, Texas
Nancy Liliana Flores-Herrera, Impact of migration on health of Latinos in New Zealand

New Zealand, Wellington
Nandita Chaudhary, Self-other dynamics in India

India, Delhi
Nicholas O. Pagan, Lyotard, Rorty, and Hermans

Cyprus, Turkey
Nicholas Pagan, Narrative, Lyotard, Rorty, and DST

Cyprus, East
Nima Ghorbani, Big Five Personality Factors and dialogical self

Tehran, Iran
Olga Lehmann, Silence and DST

Trondheim, Norway
Olli-Pekka Vainio, Disagreeing virtuously, Theology, and DST

Finland, Helsinki
Paola Andreucci Annunziata, Personal Position Repertoire method in families

Venezuela, Caracas
Paul Doku, African culture, globalization and dialogical self

Ghana, Accra
Paul Lysaker, Disruptions in the dialogical self in schizophrenia

USA, Indianapolis
Pekka Kuusela, Review of Hermans and Hermans-Konopka's 2010 book Dialogical Self Theory.

Finland, Kuopio
Penninn Eymundssonn on 2010 book Dialogical Self Theory

Reykjavik
Peter McIlveen, Dialogical self and career life themes

Australia, Queensland
Peter Raggatt, Mid-range scores on the Big Five and conflict in the dialogical self

Australia, Queensland
Peter Zomer, Team Confrontation Method

Piotr Oles, Meaning of life and dialogical self

Lublin
Raquel Scartezini, The development of university teachers’ professional identity: A dialogical study

Brazil, Brasilia
Raya Jones

UK, Cardiff University
Reinekke Lengelle, Creative and expressive writing in career and DST

Canada, Athabasca
Rens van Loon, Dialogical leadership

Netherlands, Tilburg University
Ria O'Sullivan, Identification strategies in the dialogical self; Ireland

Cork, Ireland
Richard Newton, The mathematical dialogical self

UK, Oxford Brookes University
Richard van de Loo, Dialogical self and career counseling, in Dutch

Netherlands, Utrecht
Robert Neimeyer, Narrative and the dialogical self in counseling

USA, Memphis
Roberto Arístegui, Dialogical change processes in psychotherapy

Chile, Santiago
Ronit D. Leichtentritt, Israelian fathers' experience of fetocide

Israel, Tel Aviv
Rose Traversa, Carnal self as dialogical self

Italy, Bari
Rudy Vandamme, Dialogical identity in higher education

Belgium, Hove
Rupert Wegeriff, Dialogical education

UK, Exeter
Salvador Perona-Garcelán, auditory verbal hallucinations and DST

Spain, Sevilla
Sang-Chin Choi, South Korea Shimcheong in South-Korea, empathic understanding

South Korea, Seoul
Sanne Akkerman, A dialogical approach to teacher identity

Netherlands, Utrecht
Sara Marie Skandrani, Intergenerational relations and identity construction of joung women of Maghrebine origin in France

France, Paris
Sarah Weeks, Anorexic identity, collectie voices, and the dialogical self

USA, Waco
Shabnam Najmabadi, Motherhood identity in Iranian sex workers

Sweden, Lund
Shaima Ahammed, UAE, Easteren perspectives on the dialogical self

Al-Ain, UAE
Shalini Bahl, Consumption experiences, multiple positions and dialogical self

USA, Utah
Simon Ozer, Cultural identity of Ladakhi students and DST

Siu-Chun Cannis Tse, China, Narratives of older Chinese about aging, health, and well-being

China, Hongkong
Stefano Tartaglia, Community psychology, globalization and Dialogical Self Theory

Italy, Turin
Sunil Bhatia, Acculturation, diaspora, and dialogical voices

USA, Connecticut
Surya Prasad Acharya, Toward a Dialogical Hermeneutic of a Hindu-Christian

Canada, Ontario, London
Susanna Annese, Positioning Network and DST

Italy, Bari
Takei, Roberta Ferreira, Transition to motherhood and the dialogical self

Brazil, Bahia
Tania Zittoun, time, fiction, generalization and the dialogical self

Switzerland, Neuchatel
Tatsuya Sato, Dialogical self and Trajectory Equifinality model

Japan, Kyoto
Thalia Magioglou, The role of culture in political psychology

France, Paris
The Citizen, Multiples and dialogue in art

India, Delhi
The Self Between Cacophony and Monologue: self-complexity and DST

Czech Republic, Brno
Thea van Lankveld, Integrating the teaching role into one’s identity in medical teachers from the perspectve of DST

Netherlands, Amsterdam
Thomas Slunecko, Portrait, image science and the dialogical self

Austria, Vienna
Thorsten Gieser, Shape shifting in cultural anthropology and the dialogical self

Germany, Koblenz
Tom Strong, Dialogical potentials of cognitive therapy

Canada, Calgary
Ton Voogt, dialogical self and cooperation in work situations

Netherlands, Zaltbommel
Toon van Meijl, Multiple identifications in the dialogical self of Maori youngsters

Netherlands, Nijmegen
Valérie Cohen-Scali, Dialogue between pharmacist and client, in French

France, Paris
Vincent Hevern, Dialogical self in cyberspace

USA, Syracuse, New York
Vladimir Yanchuk, Dialogical perspectives on intercultural understanding

Minsk, Belarus
Wan-Chi Wong, The Case of the Ox-Herding pictures in Chinese culture and DST

Hong-Kong, China
Wassilios E. Fthenakis, Reform of pedagogy of young children

Italy, Brixen
William Gomes, Personal journal blogs and dialogical self

Brazil, Porte Allegre
Yvette Kokee, Investing in career dialogue, in Dutch

Netherlands, Arnhem
Ziyu Long, Chinese Post80s Workers’ Dialogical Constructions of Meanings of Work

USA, Colorado, Fort Collins