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Making sense of the beat: How humans use information across the senses to coordinate movements to a beat

Making sense of the beat: How humans use information across the senses to coordinate movements to a beat

31 Oct 2014 4:00PM - 31 Oct 2014 5:00PM

Description:

Dr Mark Elliott, University of Birmingham presents a research seminar titled: "Making sense of the beat: How humans use information across the senses to coordinate movements to a beat".

Research Seminars take place on Fridays at 4pm in Classroom 02.525, David Keir Building. For further information contact Mihalis Doumas, School of Psychology


Venue: Classroom 02.525, David Keir Building (Malone Road entrance).
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Why (nearly) everything you thought you knew about Milgram is wrong: A new psychology of toxic obedience

Why (nearly) everything you thought you knew about Milgram is wrong: A new psychology of toxic obedience

3 Nov 2014 4:00PM - 3 Nov 2014 5:00PM

Description:

Professor Stephen Reicher of University of St Andrews presents a research seminar titled: "Why (nearly) everything you thought you knew about Milgram is wrong: A new psychology of toxic obedience".

Please note this is not taking place in the usual seminar time or venue. The time is 4pm on Monday 3rd November, the venue is the School of Psychology Board Room, 02.527 David Keir Building.

Research Seminars usually take place on Fridays at 4pm in Classroom 02.525, David Keir Building. For further information contact Mihalis Doumas, School of Psychology


Venue: School of Psychology Board Room, 02.527 David Keir Building, second floor, Malone Road entrance
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Postgraduate Research Presentations

Postgraduate Research Presentations

14 Nov 2014 4:00PM - 14 Nov 2014 5:00PM

Description:

In this seminar two postgraduate research students present their research.

Jemma McGourty's talk is titled: "Mental time travel into the past and future: A developmental perspective".

Patrick Flack's talk is titled "Identity change amongst loyalist paramilitary organisations".

Research Seminars take place on Fridays at 4pm in Classroom 02.525, David Keir Building. For further information contact Mihalis Doumas, School of Psychology


Venue: Classroom 02.525, David Keir Building (Malone Road entrance).
Booking info: