Time for Bad Behaviour? Associations between Time Attitudes and Antisocial Personality Traits
The relationship between vulnerable and grandiose narcissism, time perspective, personality and satisfaction with life
Reader, Soc. & Health Psychology. Researches self-regulation, health, time/temporality, personality, well-being. Likes tea, curry, nature, scifi & steampunk.
Research Fellow at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health in Freiburg, Germany. He studied Psychology and Philosophy in Fribourg, Switzerland and completed his Ph.D. degree at the Institute of Medical Psychology at the University of Munich, Germany. He was a Research Fellow at the Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Diego. His research focuses on time perception as indicator of psychological functioning, i.e. subjective time as embodied state of emotional and cognitive processing.
Pr. Trope is co introducer with Nira Liberman of the prominent Construal Level Theory of Psychological Distance. Pr. Trope is a Professor of Psychology at New York University Faculty of Arts and Science and has an affiliated appointment in the marketing department at the New York University Stern School of Business. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the JPSJ and Oxford Series in Social Cognition and Social Neuroscience, Associate Editor of the JESP and Psychological Review. Pr. Trope wrote more than 150 papers and four books and was recently awarded by the American Association of Psychological Science for lifetime achievement. More info.
A researcher in the Human Experience & Design (HXD) group at Microsoft Research in Cambridge. Her research focuses on how use of technology is influenced by the social context in which it is situated, and how understanding that context can feed into design.More info.
A professor at Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan. He is conducting a longitudinal study for more than twenty years to explore the dynamics between identity and time perspective from adolescence to middle ages.
Dr. Patrick van der Duinis assistant professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and associate professor Futures Research & Trendwatching at Fontys Universityof Applied Sciences. He focuses on technology, management of innovation, and futures studies. In particular, he studies how organizations deal with the question about what their activities might be in the future and what kind of methods they apply for developing those. More info.
PhD in psychology from Yale, psychology professor from 1959 to 2003, past president of the Western and American Psychological Associations
Sheldon Solomon is professor of social psychology at Skidmore College, NY, USA and has co-developed Terror Management Theory, along with Jeff Greenberg and Tom Pyszczynski to explore how the threat of death, conscious and unconscious, motivates human denial and behavior.More info
Founder & President at Beeyond S.A.S., Doctor of Quantum Physics, founder of Alchimer and AlchiMedics companies. He received the first National Prize of the Contest for Business Initiative from French Ministry of Research in 2001 and the Award for Management of Innovation by the newsmagazine ” L’Expansion ” in 2011.
Associate Professor, Director of the Masterprogram in Applied Social Psychology, University of Lyon.His research focuses on psychological time, with two main objectives: 1) exploring how and why Time Perspective contributes in shaping and maintaining social inequalities, how it could be useful to tackle these issues; 2) establishing the impact of social insecurity and socioeconomic precariousness on Time Perspectives, and more widely on our relation to time. More info
Co-founder of the International Time Perspective Network, PhD in Psychology, has over 10 years of research experience in exploring the concept of time. Passionate for cross-disciplinary approach, photography and other creative endeavors. In her Creative Time Studio she uses and promotes creativity as a resource. Brings together theories on psychology of time and creativity and develops interventions that fuel the innovative processes and change.
Emeritus Professor at University of Aberdeen and Professorial Fellow at University of Wollongong
Associate Prof. at Southwest University, China
Born in 1972, Michael Madsen is a Danish conceptual artist and filmmaker whose works have screened around the world. He is the director of several documentaries, including the Award-winning ‘To Damascus – a Film on Interpretation’ (2005), and founder and artistic leader of the Sound/Gallery, a 900 square meter sound diffusion system underneath the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen, Denmark (1996-2001). Selected art projects include: ‘Audience (van Gogh#7)’, design of SPOR 2007, festival for new music and sound art; and ‘Public Service (van Gogh#6)’ Phase 1: Idea and concept for a new music library in Odense, Denmark. In addition, Michael has been guest lecturer at The Royal Danish Academy of Art, The Danish Film School, and The Danish School of Design.
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Rasheedah Phillips is a housing attorney at Community Legal Services, mother of a Creative and Performing Arts High School student, author of Recurrence Plot, creator of The AfroFuturist Affair, co-creator of Black Quantum Futurism, and founding member of Metropolarity.net.
psychotherapist/director GGZ Veenendaal
psychology phd student kingston university.Research into teams and time perspective.
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Anna Lundh is a visual artist based in Stockholm and New York. Lundh's research based work aims to detect the present by investigating phenomena such as social agreements, aspects of time and temporality, language and technology. This transdisciplinary practice frequently involves exchange with other people and professionals also beyond the art field, and includes video, installation, web-based work, interactive experiments, text and performance. Lundh has exhibited in both Europe and internationally, for example at institutions such as The New Museum and The Kitchen in New York as well at Bonniers Konsthall and Moderna Museet in Sweden. Currently Lundh is a PhD candidate in the program “Art, Technology and Design”, at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.
Reality Check Consultancy - closing the gap between perception and reality
Elena Kazakina, PhD is a licensed psychologist in independent private practice in East Brunswick, New Jersey, USA. She earned her doctorate from Columbia University and has been applying temporal concepts in counseling and psychotherapy since her dissertation research on time perspective in 1999. She has worked as a supervising psychologist, clinician and consultant in various clinical settings in the New York Metropolitan area, including Trinitas Medical Center, Seagate Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care and Comprehensive Sleep Disorder Institute. Dr. Kazakina joined the TP Network in 2009 in Oslo, presenting at the XI European Congress of Psychology. She gave talks and workshops on the integration of time perspective theory, research and clinical practice at home in the US, as well as at the Ist and 2nd International Time Perspective Conferences (2012; 2014). Her writings appeared in the volumes “International Studies in Time Perspective” (2013) and “Time Perspective Theory; Review, Research and Application ” (2015).Contact information: email@example.com
Steering Committee Member at European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR)EU Development Officer at Slots- og KulturstyrelsenDeveloping Danish participation in Creative Europe's Cultural ProgrammesMatch-making Danish companies with international cultural organisationsCompetency building seminars, courses and lectures with EUs Creative Europe and other programmesExtensive counselling and coaching on Creative Europe and other cultural programmes
Ministry of Higher Education and ScienceDanish Agency for Science, Technology and InnovationHead of Section, PhD NCP for Legal & FinanceNCP for Marie Skłodowska-Curie ActionsNCP for Inclusive Societies (SC6)EuroCenter – EU Policy Division
Thomas Mathiasen, a Scientific Officer at Innovations Foundation works with the areas of Bio-resources, Food and Lifestyle. Educated with Master in Chemistry, and has among other things been at Carlsberg, Danisco, Novo Nordisk, Foss and been an associate professor at DTU Biotechnology. In recent years, Thomas had his own consultancy in innovation, and has worked with both established companies, organizations and entrepreneurs. More info
Olga Ast is an interdisciplinary conceptual artist, curator and independent scholar whose work investigates connections between time, space and information. Ast has exhibited and lectured in the U.S. and abroad, presenting her work at art-science projects, including art shows and multidisciplinary conferences at Rutgers, New York, Gottingen, Moscow and other universities; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the National Academy of Sciences; the Museum of Natural Sciences of Turin; and the Bridges Math Art exhibit. Ast published several books, including Fleeing from Absence: four cross-disciplinary essays on time, its nature and its interpretations; and Infinite Instances: Studies & Images of Time, a collection of papers and artworks by contributors to the ArcheTime project, which Ast has been curating since 2009.Selected links to websites with documentation of Olga Ast’s work: www.archetime.net www.infiniteinstances.com www.fleeingfromabsence.com www.partast.com/artprojects.html www.partast.com/time/visualizationoftime.html www.philoctetes.org/exhibitions/the_matter_of_time
Student-researcher in social sciences, theater lighting and stage director, I worked for several years on devices that question the social relations in an artistic form. Artistic director of the “Rain’s makers” Company since 1999, my projects have in common instead of the memory and the path of the individuals in our society, migration, media universe, insecurity, insanity, autobiography ... Each topic is dealt with a layout that is clean it is often in places that are echoed: abandoned factories, vacant lot, churches, squat ... using the premises as a theater amplifier.Each work was done in connection with the public in workshops designed to show the tricks of a "real writing" that places at its center the course of individuals and the development prospect of it through an artistic form.With the mythological Factory, i proposed the creation of "device" based on the imagination, as the activator of social change in problematic situation.Based in Burgundy it work in a social thought that brings together nature, culture, in the digital age.http://lesfaiseursdepluie.com/
I spent 15 years working in the consumer credit industry. Now I am helping people boost their scores and crush their debt @magnify_money.
Psychologist, coach and professor. Living in the magical city of Prague. Medical psych researcher #CharlesUniversity.
Tzipi is an Associate Arts Professor at NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, teaching screenwriting, directing and producing and has her own company, Maya Films LTD. She writes, directs and produces documentaries and feature films. Her documentaries were all broadcast on prime time on Israeli General TV and on the Israeli cable and Second Channel. Her feature films were broadcast on Israeli TV, on the Israeli Cable “Hot” and “Yes”, on H.B.O, on Life Time Channel and had a theatrical releases. She received numerous grants from the Fund to Promote Israeli Quality Films, from “Cinema Project, Tel-Aviv Fund for the Arts, from the Israeli Film Service and from the Makor Fund. Among her documentaries: “My Brother Avi”- the story of an Autistic child, “A Day with Madeline”- a story of an Israeli opera singer who copes with breast cancer”, “Nava Hair Salon”- the story of three sisters with MS who own a hair salon in Herzlia, “Close and Far Away”- the story of two Israeli Arabs, brothers-in-law who struggle to find their identity, “Looking For the Lost Voice”- the story of Amiram, a peace activist and his wife Tilda who lost their son in a suicide bombing. A year later, at 53 years old, Tilda had a son, Dor. “A Ballad for My Son”- The film deals with choices that never before confronted the young Israelis. In Production: “Cafe Europa" - The story of the last generation of holocaust survivors in Israel who in addition to losing their family in the Holocaust lost a son or a grandson in the wars in Israel. "The PM Wife" - The story of Aliza's olmert. the wife of the former Israeli prime minister, from before he was elected until his resignation, all from her POV. Tzipi is now shooting 2 documentaries: “What Are You Doing Here”- the story of American Jews who immigrated to Israel and settled in the West bank, and ‘ The Others” Friendship between 2 young women, an Israeli and a Bedouin who lives in the Galilee.. Her Documentaries represented Israel in many film festivals, among them: Tribeca Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Rhode Island Jewish Film Festival, Doc New Zealand International Documentary Film Festival, New Zealand, EBS International Documentary Film Festival, Korea International Film Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, Amnesty International Film Festival, USA, Washington Jewish Film Festival, USA, Haifa Film Festival, India International Women’s Film Festival, Video Lisboan, San Francisco International Film festival, India International Film Festival and many more. Feature films: “Tel Aviv Berlin” – The film received the Israeli Oscar for best film award, best script award, best supporting actress and represented Israel in many film festivals among them: Berlin, Montréal, London, Cadis, and Valencia. Montpelier and more.“Tell Me That You Love Me” – Produced for HBO.“Chronicle of Love” – Nominated for the Israeli Oscar for best film, best director, and best script awards.“Six Million Pieces” - The film was nominated for the Israeli Oscar for best film, best director, best script, best leading actress award, and best supporting actress award.Her next feature to be shot in 2017 “ Dearest Enemy” tells the story of a friendship between 2 women caught in the Uprising in Israel.
I'm a Russian-Danish artist, born in Saint-Petersburg, currently living and working in Copenhagen.As an artist I participated in various exhibitions, art fairs, workshops in Denmark, Russia, England, Germany, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Greece.I derive the inspiration from people, emotions, nature, space, stars, unique moments, dreams, philosophy, economy and science. I believe in love, good, magic of life, life on other planets, сryptocurrencies and future. I also like to read classical literature. You can read more and see my paintings on the website: http://helenkholin.com/ and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/helenkholin/
Lavoslava Benčić have gained numerous experiences in ideological concepts, designs and implementation of media projects. She acquired andragogical knowledge at the Faculty of Education in Ljubljana and multimedia skills at the Institute and Academy for Multimedia in Ljubljana. After finished BA Media Project Management studies at Middlesex University in London and post graduate studies of Graphic Design at the London College UCK, she currently complete the MA thesis at the School of Arts UNG. Her multimedia and interactive works were exhibited or screened in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Malta, Norway, Poland, PR China, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and UK.She cooperates intensely with the initiative ČIPke in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and she is the member of the art council in Photo-gallery Batana in Rovinj (Croatia). She is a member/artist of Archive of Digital Art Comunity.
Daria Klimas was born in Moscow in 1982. In 2004 she graduated from Moscow State University, the department of clinical psychology and received a Ph.D. in 2008. At the same time Daria started taking drawing classes. In 2013-2014 she studied book illustration at the Institute of Business and Design and later continued taking drawing and design classes. Currently she is working as a freelance illustrator and psychologist. Since 2014 take part in Moscow and international exhibitions. Graphic and etching techniques are her major artistic interests.Portfolio
Hamide is a design brand aiming to enhance people's everyday lives through collections on personal, home, and stationery goods. http://t.co/QTIkqGAHiZ
Marie-Louise Holst is the co-founder of MATTERS architects and make architecture that is playful, engaging and memorable. We believe architecture can help make people feel a strong belonging to a certain place.Our projects are well researched, rigorous and sensitive to site and context and therefore our architecture has no prescribed language, but one that develops out of and resonates with the setting and program of each particular project.We place focus on the people involved and the core activities of a given program in the belief that architecture fundamentally provides a platform for human activity, and build meaningful relationships with place through architecture. We aim for a timeless and durable architecture that is original in conception and we delight in the unexpectedness that often results from the search for the most direct solution. We seek to integrate artful experimentation with professional logic. The office brings a public-mindedness to the work with each project considered within its broader contemporary environment – its impact on public domain, sustainability, infrastructure, culture and landscape.Concurrently Marie-Louise Holst teaches architecture studio at DIS, Copenhagen and from 2005-2012 she taught at Sydney University and UTS, Sydney, where she has been living and working as an architect. She graduated in 2003 from Aarhus Scool of Architecture.
Climate and energy campaignerGreenpeace Nordic/CopenhagenTarjei works with research and policy work for politicians and companies to implement a green transition.