Day 1, Friday, March 30, 2007
Selected Basic Emotions

The Eyes of the Pineapple: Fear in the Cambodian Genocide
Alexander Hinton, PhD, Rutgers University

The Conceptual Structure of Fear
Zoltán Kövecses, PhD, DSc, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

The Function of Revulsion: Evolutionary Perspectives on Disgust and Related Phenomena
Daniel M. T. Fessler, PhD, UCLA

Mirroring People: The Role of Mirror Neurons in Empathy
Marco Iacoboni, MD, PhD, UCLA

Day 2, Saturday, March 31, 2007
Emotion Research: Brain, Culture, and Society

Joy and Stan: A Couple's Grief for Their Dead Five-Year-Old
Paul C. Rosenblatt, PhD, University of Minnesota

Cognition and Emotion (I): The Ontogenesis of the Semai Ethos of Peacefulness
Clayton Robarchek, PhD, Wichita State University

Cognition and Emotion (II): The Ontogenesis of the Waorani Ethos of Violence
Carole Robarchek, MA, Wichita State University

Oxytocin and the Neurobiology of Love
C. Sue Carter, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago

Movements and Madness Part 2: The Troubles with Estu (Film)
Robert Lemelson, PhD, FPR; UCLA

Day 3, Sunday, April 1, 2007
Disorders of Emotion

Disorders of Emotion: Violence
Adrian Raine, PhD, USC

The Distinct Meanings of Human Emotions
Jerome Kagan, PhD, Harvard University

The 2007 Conference