Séminaire "Ownership outside the law : the psychological roots of children’s ownership judgments" – 4 novembre 2016

Axe 1 "Cognition et coopération" / Axe 2 "TIC, usages et communautés"
Séminaire "Ownership outside the law : the psychological roots of children’s ownership judgments" – 4 novembre 2016

Quentin Matsys, The Money Changer and His Wife (1514), Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Quand ? Le 04-11-2016,
de 12:30 à 13:30
Où ? SJA3 - salle 129
Participants Ori Friedman (University of Waterloo)
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Les axes 1 et 2 vous invitent à un séminaire commun le 4 novembre 2016, de 12h30 à 13h30, en salle 128, 1er étage de la MSHS.

Intervenant : Ori Friedman (University of Waterloo)


Résumé :

Ownership is a major influence on how people think and feel about objects, and how they use them. For instance, people value and prefer their own possessions over nonowned
objects; ownership impacts people’s memory for objects; and ownership even influences how people physically handle objects. One influential view of ownership distinguishes between “psychological” and “legal” aspects of ownership. For instance, people can feel ownership over material goods that are not actually theirs, and can also feel little or no
ownership over goods that do belong to them. This suggests that feelings of ownership do not always match legal ownership status.