Queen’s University Belfast Counterfactual Symposium

COUNTERFACTUAL THINKING SYMPOSIUM, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST

Alice Ping Ping Tse and Ruth Byrne attended the Counterfactual Thinking Symposium on October 24th 2013 at Queen’s University, Belfast:

Ruth Byrne (Trinity College Dublin) Counterfactual thinking and intentions

Eimear O’Connor (Queen’s University Belfast)  The relationship between regret and decision making in children

Rachel McCloy (Reading University) Children’s understanding of counterfactual alternatives

Sarah Beck (Birmingham University)  Moving between counterfactual and real worlds

Teresa McCormack (QUB)  Are there limitations in young children’s counterfactual reasoning abilities?

Annual Psychology Lecture: Neal Roese (Northwestern University, Illinois) Is there a positive side to a negative emotion?

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