Recorded Seminars Now Available
We are pleased to provide access to recorded seminars at the bottom of this page.
Please note that, if a particular seminar is not provided, then we do not have permission to upload.
Please check back regularly for updates to the research seminar schedule for 2022-23.
We are delighted to say that we are now returning to in-person only seminars in most instances.
Some of these seminars may be open to the general public who would be able to register via Eventbrite. These public seminars will be listed on our events page.
If permitted by the speaker, recordings will be available to view below.
|22 September 2022||Dr Danielle Blaylock||Dr Stacy Hawkins||
Navigating work, family, gender, and service: Health and well-being among U.S. military Service members and their families
|26 September 2022||Dr Gillian Shorter||Dr Marcus Bendtsen||Adventures in digital health intervention research|
|17 October 2022||Dr Gulseli Baysu||Dr Özden Melis Uluğ||
Communication about cultural similarities in demotivating (violent) collective action participation in Northern Ireland
|24 October 2022||Prof Cherie Armour||Dr Joanne Mouthaan||
Structural training in suicide prevention skills: E-learning for psychologists in training
|14 November 2022||Prof Rhiannon Turner||Prof Orla Muldoon||
Understanding Trauma using the Social identity model of Traumatic Identity Change
|21 November 2022||Dr Tim Fosker||Dr Clara Cohen||Just to be safe: The use of redundant information in speech perception|
|28 November 2022||Dr Matthew Rodger||Prof Tony Gallagher||Re-imagining schools as social networks|
|12 December 2022||Dr Matthew Rodger||Dr Kathryn Sibley||Inquiry and Impact in Academic Research: Towards A Healthy Balance|
|9 January 2023||Dr Elida Cena||Dr Clayton Smith||
Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse International Students: Connections Between Promising Teaching Practices and Student Satisfaction
|16 January 2023||Dr Jocelyn Dautel||Prof Adam Rutland||Children's Social and Moral Judgements Within Intergroup Contexts|
|23 January 2023||Dr Agnieszka Graham||Dr Alicia Forsberg||Causes and Consequences of Working Memory Limitations Across the Lifespan|
|06 February 2023||Dr Tim Fosker||Dr Alice Cancer||Music and dyslexia: The effect of a rhythm-based intervention for reading difficulties|
|13 February 2023||Dr Gary McKeown||Dr Mircea Zloteanu||Emotion Authenticity: Understand the role of genuine and deceptive facial displays in communication|
|20 February 2023||Dr Gulseli Baysu||Dr Tuba Bircan||Who Trusts In Scientists? A Multilevel Approach to Scientists' Cultural Authority|
|27 February 2022||Dr Agnieszka Graham||Prof Amanda Waterman||Cancelled|
|06 March 2023||Dr Matthew Rodger||Prof Rhiannon Turner||From Research to Public Engagement and Policy Impact: The School That Tried to End Racism|
|13 March 2023||Dr Tanja Gerlach||Dr Laura Botzet||Causal inference based on correlational data: Approximating causal effects of starting and discontinuing hormonal contraceptives on sexuality and well-being|
|03 April 2023||Prof Cherie Armour||Dr Karen Inge Karstoft||To Be Confirmed|
|17 April 2023||Dr Thomas Schultze-Gerlach||Prof Joachim Hüffmeier||Which strategies to mitigate gender differences in economic negotiation outcomes are acceptable for women (and may work)?|
|24 April 2023||Dr Matthew Rodger||Alistair Quinn||Support from Research & Enterprise on Partnering for Impact|
|15 May 2023||Psychology Green Initiative||Dr Marica Cassarino||Giving Psychology "away" in a climate crisis: Learnings from community-engaged research on air quality attitudes in Cork City|
Prof Orla Muldoon - 14th November 2022
Understanding Trauma Using the Social Identity Model of Traumatic Identity Change
Dr Stacy Hawkins - 22nd September 2022
Navigating work, family, gender, and service: Health and well-being among U.S. military Service members and their families. Please note that, due to technical issues, there is no audio on this recording. However, we felt that the presentation slides may be useful.
The following seminars were delivered during the 2021-22 academic year
Dr Chris Gibbons - 16th May 2022
Understanding the role of student stress, personality and coping on course satisfaction, anxiety and mental health during lockdown
Prof Joni Holmes - 4th April 2022
Embracing Complexity in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Prof Sherry Hamby - 7th March 2022
Resilience After Trauma: The Emerging Science of Dose
Dr Florence Enock 6th December 2021
Re-evaluating the role of dehumanization in the study of intergroup bias
Professor Jon Elhai 18th October 2021
Problematic Smartphone Use and Relations with Psychopathology Contructs
Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis 27 Sept 2021
Using Natural Language to Understand Social Identities
The following seminars were delivered during the 2020-21 academic year
Dr Paola Pedrelli 22nd Mar 2021
Leveraging Smartphones and Wearable Sensors to Assess Depressive Symptoms
Dr Linda Kaye 8th Feb 2021
Ten Lessons From Cyberpsychology
Dr Kathleen Corriveau - 16th Nov 2020
The Role of Adult Testimony in Children's Conceptualization of the Invisible and the Impossible