Research Seminar Series, Autumn 2017-18

Welcome to our Autumn Seminar Series 2017-18

All seminars will take place on Fridays in the Lecture Theatre 14 of the Mappin Mining Block starting at 1.00pm and concluding by 1.50pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.

To subscribe for notification of future seminars please send an email to sympa@lists.shef.ac.uk 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 (liz.carl@sheffield.ac.uk).

To see our Inaugural and Special Lectures which are scheduled at various times around the year, please click here

Date
Speaker Institution Title
6.10.17 Professor Andrew Lane Wolverhampton University "Can you compete?  Finding from the BBC Lab UK study"
13.10.17 Dr Michael Mantzios Birmingham City University "Connecting concepts and methods of different disciplines to enhance self-regulation"
20.10.17 Dr James McCutcheon University of Leicester "Encoding of nutritional value by the brain"
27.10.17 Dr Praveetha Patalay University of Liverpool "Mental ill-health and well-being:  longitudinal changes from childhood to adolescence, emerging sex differences and predictors"
3.11.17 Dr Alex Koch University of Cologne "The ABC of content dimensions in social cognition"
17.11.17 Dr Sarah Rose Staffordshire University "Children's creativity:  issues of measurement and influence"
24.11.17 Professor Joachim Stoeber University of Kent "Perfectionism:  A Double-edged sword"
1.12.17 Professor Paul Wakeling University of York "Thinking about education and social mobility through a dialogue between psychology and sociology"
8.12.17 Dr Alasdair Brown University of East Anglia "Follow my leader: A Field Experiment on Observational Learning with Sports Tipsters"
*LT02 The Diamond Building*
15.12.17 Dr Ben Styles National Foundation for Educational Research "Best practice for running Randomised Controlled Trials in Education Research"