Events

School of Psychology Seminars 2016/17 - Semester 1

Date(s)

6/10/2016 - 15/12/2016

Time

1:00PM - 2:00PM

Location

David Keir Building, Boardroom 02.527 (unless otherwise specified)

The school's Research Seminars take place on Thursdays at 1:00pm. Lunch and coffee is provided from 12:30.

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Thu 6 Oct

PhD students

Karolina Urbanska

 

 

 

Patrick O'Connor

 

Beyond procedural justice: Understanding group-level responses to intergroup-level authority decisions

 

Mental Representations of Order in Mathematical Cognition

 

Dr Mihalis Doumas

Thu 13 Oct

Free slot

 

 

Thu 20 Oct

Dr Bianca Van Bers, QUB

 

Dynamics, models and mechanisms of the cognitive flexibility of preschoolers

 

Dr Kinga Morsanyi

Thu 27 Oct

Dr Nina Attridge, University of Loughborough

 

The disruptive effects of physical pain on attention

Dr Kinga Morsanyi

Thu 3 Nov

Reading week, no seminar

 

 

 

Thu 10 Nov

PhD students

Emma Berry

 

 

 

Thia Sagherian-Dickey

 

Developing an intervention to reduce diabetes distress in individuals with type 2 diabetes and their partners

 

Understanding the dynamics of intergroup trust

 

Dr Mihalis Doumas

Thu 17 Nov

Dr Ioana Latu, QUB

Social cognition in (inter)action

 

Dr Laura Taylor

Thu 24 Nov

Dr Kostas A. Papageorgiou, QUB

"Eyes are the window to the future soul": Individual Differences in Newborns and Infants' Attention Associate with Temperament and Symptoms of Psychopathology in Childhood

 

Dr Mihalis Doumas

Thu 1 Dec

Prof. Dean Adjukovic, University of Zagreb

 

Mental health issues of refugees and challenges of current migration surge 

(This will be based on our recent development of triage and screening procedure in resource restricted circumstances and a model of continuity of MH care for refugees and forced migrants).

 

Dr Laura Taylor

Thu 8 Dec

Dr Sigrun Marie Moss, University of Oslo

 

Political crisis in Zanzibar: Us and them categories in leadership narratives

Dr Laura Taylor

Thu 15 Dec

Dr Chris Gibbons, QUB

‘Stress isn’t bad for well-being, it’s our reaction that is’ – understanding student reactions to stress

Dr Mihalis Doumas

For further information contact Mihalis Doumas, School of Psychology

Seminar

Introduction to Clinical Psychology

Date(s): 20/02/2017 - 20/02/2017
Time: 9:30AM - 3:00PM
Location: The Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast

Conference

Third Annual A Level Psychology Conference

Date(s): 1/12/2016 - 1/12/2016
Time: 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Location: The Great Hall, Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast