We invite world-leading academics to speak at a series of open seminars throughout the year, all hosted by academics within the department.
All seminars will be hosted online, taking place on Fridays, starting at 12.00pm and concluding by 12.50pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
For more information or a copy of the seminar programme please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|19/03/21||Dr Jennifer Rodd||University College London, UK||Settling into Semantic Space: An Ambiguity-Focused Account of Word-Meaning||Nikki Dean Marshall|
|26/03/21||Dr Tim Pychyl||Carleton University, Ottowa, Canada||Why Don’t We Just Do It?: Research that Helps Solve the Procrastination Puzzle||Dr Fuschia Sirois|
|29/03/21||Melissa Simmonds||MisTÂûght, Sheffield||
(Tickets are free but please click the link to sign up for tickets)
|Dr Megan Freeth|
|23/04/21||Dr Alexandra Morrison||California State University, USA||
Cognitive Offloading as an External Memory Strategy
(*please note this event is at 3PM to accommodate time differences)
|Dr Caludia von Bastian|
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