2017 Cognitive Remediation Conference

7:30 a.m.              Registration
8:45 a.m.                Welcome
                                 Alice Medalia, Ph.D.

                             MORNING SYMPOSIUM

9:00 a.m.              Cognitive Rehabilitation and Employment Outcomes
                                 Morris Bell, Ph.D.
9:45 a.m.              Social Cognition Training for Psychosis: Efforts to Enhance Generalization to
 Functional Improvements  
                             William Horan, Ph.D.
10:30 a.m.            Refreshment Break
10:45 a.m.            Cognitive Remediation Clinical and Research Initiatives in Japan
   Kazuyuki Nakagome, M.D. Ph.D 
11:30 a.m.            Transfer of Training: What Matters!
                             Eduardo Salas, Ph.D.
12:15 p.m.            Awards
                             Science to Practice Award: TBA
                             Poster AwardTBA
12:30 p.m.             Lunch and Posters
                              Poster Coordinator: Matthew M. Kurtz, Ph.D. 

                             AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM A: CR Across Psychiatric Disorders

1:30 p.m.              Compensatory Cognitive Training: Immediate and Long-Term Results
     in Severe Mental Illness
                             Elizabeth Twamley, Ph.D.
1:50 p.m.              Mobile Cognitive Training for Young Adults with Depressive Symptoms
                             Joel Sneed, Ph.D.
2:10 p.m.              CR in Recurrent Mood Disorders: Functional and Neuropsychological
                             Katie Douglas, Ph.D.
2:30 p.m.              Cognitive Remediation for Bipolar Disorder: Efficacy and Predictors of 
   K. Eve Lewandowski, Ph.D.    
2:50 p.m.             Neurocognitive Treatments for ADHD: Where to Now? 
                            Anil Chacko, Ph.D.
3:10 p.m.               Refreshment Break 

                              AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM B: Early Psychosis

1:30 p.m.              Metacognitive Remediation Therapy for First Episode Psychosis: Clinical Outcomes
 and Cost-Effectiveness
       Nicholas Breitborde, Ph.D.
1:50 p.m.              Cognitive Remediation in Early Phase Psychosis
                             Torill Ueland, Ph.D.
2:10 p.m.              Cognitive Training for First Epsiode Psychosis in Community Settings
       Sophia Vinogradov, MD
2:30 p.m.              Auditory MMN Predicts Response to Auditory Training in Early Illness 
     Bruno Biagianti, MD
2:50 p.m.              Social Cognition Training in a Clinical High Risk Sample
     Kristen Haut, Ph.D.
3:10 p.m.              Refreshment Break 

                             AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM C: Therapeutic Approaches

3:30 p.m.              A Comparison of Bottom up versus Top Down Remediation
                             J. P. Lindenmayer, MD
3:50 p.m.              Enhancing the Impact of Cognitive Training through Aerobic Exercise in
  First Episode Schizophrenia 
                             Joseph Ventura, Ph.D.
4:10 p.m.              The French Cognitive Remediation Network
                             Nicholas Franck, Ph.D.
       4:30 p.m.            CRT-Relapse Prevention in Schizophrenia Outpatients: 1 & 5 Year Follow-ups
                                                 Volker Roder, Ph.D.
4:50 p.m.              Social Cognition Training Program in Spain
                             David Gil-Sanz, Ph.D. 
 5:10 p.m.              Can Cognitive Training Enhance Emotion Regulation and Impulse Control
   in Schizophrenia?
                              Anthony Ahmed, Ph.D. 

                             AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM D: Mechanisms and Predictors  
3:30 p.m.               The Nuts and Bolts of Cognitive Remediation: How Training Components
   Relate to Cognitive and Functional Gains
        Matteo Cella, Ph.D.
3:50 p.m.               Autistic Traits and Cognitive Remediation Outcomes in Schizophrenia 
        Antonio Vita, MD,PhD 
4:10 p.m.               Modality Specificity of Bottom-up Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia
        Jason Johanneson, Ph.D.
4:30 p.m.               Predictors of Treatment Response to CR in Schizophrenia: Brain Imaging
   and Clinical Dimensions  
      Martin Lepage, Ph.D.  
4:50 p.m.               Biological Correlates of Cognitive Remediation: State of the Art
        Rafael Penades, Ph.D.
5:10 p.m.               Avoidance of Cognitive Effort during Cognitive Training in Depression:
  Mechanisms and Correlates 
        Christopher Bowie, Ph.D.

1:30 ~
 3:00 p.m.             AFTERNOON WORKSHOP SESSION #1

        A.                 Bridging Cognitive Skills to Everyday Life
                            Michael Grossman, M.A., Melissa Melanovic, M.Sc.,& Tammy Vanrooy
        B.                 Assessment for Cognitive Remediation Practice 
                            Richard Keefe, Ph.D. and Philip Harvey, Ph.D.,  
        C.                 How to Enhance Motivation and Learning in the CR Session
                            Tiffany Herlands, Psy.D.

 3:30 ~
  5:00 p.m.            AFTERNOON WORKSHOP SESSION #2 

         D.                Cognitive Remediation for Outpatient Clinical Practice 
                             Daniel Mancini, LMHC. 
         E.                Cognitive Remedation for Youth at Risk for Psychosis
       Michelle Friedman-Yakoobian, Ph.D.
         F.                The Science of Teamwork: What Matters in Practice 
                            Eduardo Salas, Ph.D.