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Trip to Greece Tatsuya Sato, Ph.D. From September 29 to October 5, 2010, I participated in the 6th International Dialogical Self Conference with some graduate students. It took place in Athens, the capital of Greece. This was the second time for me to attend this international conference. Psychologists and colleagues with other disciplines from over 20 countries enjoyed the discussion and deepening exchange there. The concept of the dialogical self has been a new development in psychology for this decade. It combined the work of theorists such as Bakhtin and James with the latest developments in cultural, cognitive and social psychology, and psychotherapy. I presented the poster with Jaan Valsiner of Clark University. Its title was “Chronogenesis; Zone of finality and promoter sign create chronotope”. Tomoo Hidaka, one of the students and also a member of the Ars Vivendi project, chaired the small workshop, “Thick Living of the Severe Disease Person and Dialogical Self”. The right photo shows its members from all over the world. Last but not least, the conference was closed on Sunday morning. After that we took a walk to the Parthenon. The sky was so blue. We saw many historic buildings and enjoyed the world of mythology.
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