Research Seminar Series, Autumn 2019-20
Welcome to our Autumn Seminar Series 2019-20
All seminars will take place on Fridays in Lecture Theatre 7, The Diamond, starting at 12.00pm and concluding by 12.50pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
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The seminar programme found below can be downloaded from this page (please see the 'Downloads' box to the right hand side) or by contacting James Barker (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|04/10/19||Dr Hayriye Cagnan||University of Oxford, UK||Revealing the pathological role of neural synchrony through dynamic neuromodulation||Dr Robert Schmidt|
|11/10/19||Dr Lorna Hardy||University of Exeter, UK||Cues, cost discounting or negative affect - what underpins addiction?||Professor Matt Field|
|01/11/19||Professor Joanne Smith||University of Exeter. UK||Harnessing the power of group norms for behaviour change||Dr Thomas Webb|
|08/11/19||Professor John Staddon||Duke University, USA||Skinner, Darwin and Memorial Hall: Reflections on the past and future of operant conditioning||Dr Liat Levita|
|22/11/19||Professor Julian Rubel||University of Trier, Germany||Linear and nonlinear patterns of change in psychotherapy||Dr Jaime Delgadillo|
|29/11/19||Professor Christopher Jarrold||University of Bristol, UK||Rethinking recoding and rehearsal: Implications for development and neuropsychology||Dr Claudia von Bastian|
|06/12/19||Dr Jack Wells||University College London, UK||Developing non-invasive MRI techniques to image neuro-fluids||Dr Clare Howarth|
|13/12/19||Dr Rene Mottus||University of Edinburgh, UK||Personomics: Putting the many dimensions of personality into good use||Dr Fuschia Sirios|