Research Seminar Series, Spring 2018-19
Welcome to our Spring Seminar Series 2018-19
All seminars will take place on Fridays in the Lecture Theatre 2, Sir Henry Stephenson Building, starting at 12.00pm and concluding by 12.50pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
To subscribe for notification of future seminars please send an email to email@example.com with the subject 'subscribe psy-seminars'. n.b. You do not need to do this if you are Staff or student in the Psychology Department.
The seminar programme found below can be downloaded from this page (please see the 'Downloads' box to the right hand side) or by contacting Liz Carl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|15.2.19||Dr Lesley McGregor||University College London||"Bowel Cancer Screening: Interventions to Increase Participation"||Dr Simone Bijvoet-van den Berg|
|22.2.19||Professor David Leiser||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel||"The Primate Cognitive Toolbox and Economics Understanding"||Dr Richard Rowe & Dr Gurleen Popli (Economics)|
|1.3.19||Dr Jo Moss||University of Birmingham||"Autism in genetic syndromes: prevalence, trajectory and causal mechanisms"||Dr Megan Freeth|
|8.3.19||Professor Marijn de Bruin||Radboud University Medical Centre, The Netherlands||"The IC-SMOKE project - Changing how we look at evidence from behavioural smoking cessation trials: Accounting for poor reporting and variability in control groups when interpreting and comparing intervention effects"||Dr Thomas Webb|
|15.3.19||Dr Philip Newall||University of Warwick||"Exploitative innovation in gambling"||Dr Tom Stafford|
|22.3.19||Dr Jim Grange||Keele University||
"What role for inhibition in task switching?"
** SEMINAR CANCELLED **
|Dr Tom Stafford|
|29.3.19||Dr Esther Kuehn||German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases||"The cortical microstructure of myelin in health and disease"||Dr Hannes Saal|
|3.5.19||Dr Michaela Hiber-Ragger||Medical University of Graz, Austria||"Attachment and emotion regulation: Implications for different aspects of mental health"||Dr Andrew Thompson|
|10.5.19||Dr Simon Hanslmayr||University of Birmingham||"How a desynchronized cortex and a synchronized hippocampus cooperatively form and retrieve memories"||Dr Robert Schmidt|