International Williams Syndrome Symposium

June 25, 2005, Fonyód, Hungary

Talks:

 

Morning session:           chairperson: Pléh Csaba

 

09:00-09:40

Memory functions in Williams syndrome.

(Racsmány M., Lukács Á., & Pléh Cs.)

 

09:45-10:25

Lack of sleep – Lack of learning in WS?

(Kovács I., Pogány G., Kozma P.)

 

10:30-11:10

Memory profiles in children with Williams syndrome

(Vicari S., Finzi A, Carlesimo G.A.)

 

11:15-11 :55

Numerical abilities in Williams Syndrome

(Krajcsi A, Racsmány M, Igács J, Pléh Cs.)

 

12:00-12:40

Behavioural and personality characteristics of adolescents and adults with WS. (K. Jariabková, I. Ruisel, V. Bzdúch)

 

Afternoon session:         chairperson: Kovács Ilona

 

 

14:00-14:40

Using Hungarian language as a tool to clarify language – thought relations in impaired populations.

(Pléh Cs., Lukács Á.)

 

14:45-15:25

Reading and reading related skills in WS.

(Yonata Levy)

 

 

15:45-16:25

Conceptual Development in Williams syndrome: living things and artifacts

(Lukács Á.)

 

16:30-17:10

Experiences from an EU project

(Pogány G.)

 

17:15-18:00

Living with Williams syndrome

(Romm H.)