Series: Department of Psychology External Speaker Seminar Series
This event is being hosted by Corinna Haenschel and Emmanuel Pothos.
This seminar is part of the Department of Psychology's External Speaker Seminar Series 2014-15.
The seminars are aimed at Psychology staff and students but are open to all.
All seminars take place in Room D427, unless stated otherwise.
- Oct 22nd: Dr Maria Wimber, Uni Birmingham; "Neural processes of selective remembering and forgetting"
- Oct 29th: Erik van der Burg, The University of Sydney, "Evolving the stimulus to fit the brain", room DLG02
- Nov 5th Reading Week
- Nov 12th: Prof Kim Plunkett, Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, "How infants build a semantic system"
- Nov 19th: Professor Michelle Ryan from Exeter University, "Time or Belonging? How identity predicts perceptions of work-life balance"; 12-1pm!, room D222
- Nov 26th: Prof Paul J. Whalen, Psychological & Brain Sciences Dartmouth College, USA Leverhulme Trust, Visiting Professor University of Reading, "Neural responses to the multiple meanings of fear predict bias, attention and personality"
- Dec 3rd Marinella Cappelletti, Goldsmith University, "Learning and the aging brain", room D222
- Dec 10th Prof Geoffrey Haddock, Cardiff University, "Insights from using implicit and explicit measures of social psychological constructs: The cases of self-esteem and sexual orientation"
- January 28th: Dr Bahador Baharami, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL. "What is metacognition for?"
- February 4th: Uli Ettinger, Dept. of Psychology, University of Bonn, Germany. "Neuroimaging, Cognitive and Pharmacological Studies of Schizotypal Personality: Evidence of a Continuum with Schizophrenia?", room D222
- February 11th: Dr Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn, University of Sussex. "Social Pathways to Decisions in the Brain", room D222
- February 18th: Riccardo Fusaroli, Aarhus University, Denmark, "What does it take to collaborate? The role of heart, words and skills in interpersonal synergies", room D222
- February 25th: Emmanuel Haven, School of Management and IQSCS, University of Leicester. "Physics in social science? Where now? Where next?"
- March 4th: Prof Matthew Longo, Psychology Department, Birkbeck College. "Distorted Body Representation in Healthy Adults"
- March 11th: James Kilner, Institute of Neurology, Faculty of Brain Sciences, UCL
- March 18th: James Heron, Dept. of Optometry, University of Bradford. "Human duration processing within and across sensory modalities.", room D222
- March 25th: Simon Hanslmayr, Dept. of Psychology, University of Birmingham. "The role of synchronized and desynchronized oscillations for episodic memory - Association vs information"
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1.00pm - 2.00pmWednesday 22nd October 2014