PhD in Psychology. University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL), Lisbon, 2014.
Dissertation Title Science and Rhetoric in a Globalizing Public Sphere: Mediating systems of climate change knowledge and action.
Accessible at: https://repositorio.iscte-iul.pt/handle/10071/8839
MSc in Science and Technology Studies. Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, 2007
BA in Psychology. Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, 1997
Strategic Manoeuvring, Deep disagreements, Presuppositions, Media argumentation, Rhetoric and audience reception, Social representation, Ideology
Ecological reasoning and decision making (TUBITAK/0010/2014) - FCT-funded institutional project in ArgLab, FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Practical argumentation in the European energy and climate debates: Values, argumentative strategies, and discursive representations across Europe. Exploratory grant for international projects awarded by the FCSH (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Universidade Nova de Lisboa) to Marcin Lewinski for the period September 2015 – February 2017
Lisbon Mind & Reasoning Workshop "Virtualism and the Mind"
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "An Online Social Debating System"
Lisbon Mind & Reasoning RIP Seminar |"4E Cognition: Radical or…
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Reasoning as a self-doubter"
Value Seminar Session with Erich Rast, Sala 1.05 ID 16h
Value Seminar with Marcin Lewiński, Sala 1.05 ID 16h
Value Seminar with Dima Mohammed, Sala 1.05 ID 16h
Lisbon Mind & Reasoning RIP Seminar |"Dream Machines: Predictive Processing,…
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Illocution and accommodation in the functioning…
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Narratives in Scientific Justificatory Practice"
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Communicative agency - an enterprise in…
International colloquium | The philosophy of Donald Davidson
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Using argumentation as a tool for…
ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Learning Consistency Via Argumentation"
Dina Mendonça on the Role of Reflexivity and Meta-Emotions in…
International Conference | Argumentation and Reasoned Action