Values-driven Judgment Conference
April 6-7
, 2007
Presented by the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship

James L. Allen Center
Kellogg School of Management
Northwestern University
2169 North Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
847-864-9270
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Organizers:Chris Bauman, Dan Bartels, Craig Joseph, and Adam Galinsky

Conference Schedule
Participant List

Conference Schedule

Friday, April 6 , 2007
Time Presenter Title
12:00-1:00pm Lunch (Allen Center)
1:00-1:30pm Move to conference room and Introductory comments
1:30-3:00pm Rick Shweder Tuskegee re-examined
3:00-3:15pm Break
3:15-4:45pm Harris Sondak Preferences for Allocating Benefits and Burdens: Distributive and Procedural Considerations
4:45-5:00pm Break
5:00-6:30pm Peter McGraw Grist for the Mill? Secular Encroachments on Sacred Values
7:00pm Conference Dinner: Quince
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Saturday, April 7 , 2007
Time Presenter Title
9:00-10:30am John Mikhail Universal Moral Grammar: Theory, Evidence, and the Future
10:30-10:45am Break
10:45-12:15am Linda Skitka Differentiating between moral and non-moral strong attitudes: The unique psychology of moral conviction
Lunch: 12:15-1:30pm (Allen Center)
1:30-3:00pm David Pizarro & Joshua Knobe Hodegpodge Morality: Rational, Intuitive, and Emotional influences on Moral Judgment
3:00-3:15pm Break
3:15-4:45pm Elliot Turiel Moral Resistance, Reasoning in Social Contexts, and the Coordination of Diverse Judgments
4:45-5:00pm Break
5:00-6:30pm Doug Medin & Jeremy Gingis Sacred values in Judgment and Decision Making (3 links: 1 2 3)
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Participants

We are happy to bring together a diverse array of scholars from multifarious disciplines to inform our value-related discussions.  Anticipated attendees include:

Non-Chicago Area
Mark Alicke (Ohio – Psychology)
Scott Atran (Michigan – Group Dynamics)   
Karl Aquino (British Columbia – Business)
Dan Batson (Kansas – Psychology)   
Daylian Cain (Harvard - Economics)     
Peter Ditto (Cal-Irvine – Psychology)

Rob Folger (Central Florida – Business)
Mary Gentile (Aspen Institute)
Jeremy Gingis (New School - Psychology)                        
Ronnie Janoff-Bulman (UMass – Psychology)   
Peter McGraw (Colorado - Business)
John Mikhail (Georgetown – Law)
Benoit Monin (Stanford – Psychology)         
Colleen Moore (Wisconsin – Psychology)     
Elizabeth Mullen (Stanford – Business)        
David Pizzaro (Cornell – Psychology)
Martin Sandbu (Wharton - Business)            
Harris Sondak (Utah – Business)                 
Elliot Turiel (Berkeley – Education)  
Chenbo Zhong (Toronto – Business) 

Chicago Area
David Austen Smith (Northwestern – Business)
Kenworthey Bilz (Northwestern – Law)     
Doug Medin (Northwestern – Psychology)       
Keith Murnighan (Northwestern – Business)
Janice Nadler (Northwestern – Law)
Larry Nucci (Illinois-Chicago – Education)
Michael Sargent (Bates/Chicago - Psychology)   
Rick Shweder (Chicago – Human Development)     
Linda Skitka (Illinois-Chicago – Psychology)


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