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Seminars

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

Research Seminar Series Semester 2 2014-15

DateSpeakerTitleHost

6 Feb

Prof. Dr. Katja Fiehler, University of Giessen

Reference frames for coding action space

Dr Joost Dessing

13 Feb

Dr John Drury, University of Sussex

Crowd psychology and crowd safety: From disaster to prevention

 

20 Feb

Prof Shihui Han, Peking University

Racial ingroup bias in neural responses to others' suffering

Dr Kate Woodcock

27 Feb

Professor Annalu Waller, University of Dundee

Augmentative and Alternative Communication across the Lifespan of Individuals with Complex Communication Needs.

Dr Kate Woodcock

6 Mar

Dr Line Caes, NUI Galway

Pain in childhood: the importance of parental responses and family functioning

Dr Mihalis Doumas

13 Mar

Free slot

   

20 Mar

Free slot

   

27 Mar

Dr Jocelyn Dautel, QUB

Children’s reasoning about language as a social category

Dr Mihalis Doumas

3, 10+17 Apr

No Seminars (Easter break)

   

24 Apr

Valerie Thompson, University of Saskatchewan Metacognition and Intuition in a Denominator Neglect Task: Converging Evidence from Individual Differences and Gaze Tracking Analyses

Dr Aidan Feeney

1 May

Dr Laura Taylor, QUB

Examining Constructive Adaptation among Youth in Political Conflict Dr Mihalis Doumas

8 May

Dr Carlo Tomasetto, University of Bologna

Princesses, knights, and numbers: Math-gender stereotypes, math performance, and math-related beliefs in early and middle childhood

Dr Kinga Morsanyi