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 2021-22.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the Seminar Series sessions for 2021-22 will be presented virtually via Microsoft Teams.
Some of these seminars will be open to the general public who may 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.
|27 September 2021||Dr Salvador Alvidrez Villegas||Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis||Using Natural Language to Understand Social Identities|
|18 October 2021||Prof Cherie Armour||Jon Elhai||Problematic Smartphone Use and Relations with Psychopathology Constructs|
|22 November 2021||Prof Cherie Armour||Ateka Contractor||Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Positive Memories: Paradigm Shift in Trauma Treatment?|
|13 December 2021||Dr Agnieszka Jaroslawska||Prof Joni Holmes||Embracing Complexity in Neurodevelopmental Disorders|
|31 January 2022||Dr Jocelyn Dautel||Dr Hannah J Kramer||To Be Confirmed|
|28 February 2022||Dr Jocelyn Dautel||Dr Lara Wood||To Be Confirmed|
|14 March 2022||Teresa Gomes Arrulo||To Be Confirmed|
Dr Kathleen Corriveau - 16th Nov 2020
The Role of Adult Testimony in Children's Conceptualization of the Invisible and the Impossible
Dr Linda Kaye 8th Feb 2021
Ten Lessons From Cyberpsychology
Dr Paola Pedrelli 22nd Mar 2021
Leveraging Smartphones and Wearable Sensors to Assess Depressive Symptoms