Department of Psychology

Seminars

Our department arranges a number of seminars throughout the year for staff and students to attend. All seminars (unless otherwise stated) are followed by refreshments.

Date Time Speaker/s Title Room
14 September 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Sarah Skeen
  • University of Stellenbosch
Mphatlalatsane: Promoting early cognitive development, nutrition, and HIV testing and treatment support in informal preschool care in rural Lesotho 10W 2.47
5 October 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Sarah Halligan
  • University of Bath
 Risk (or resilience) in the offspring of postnatally depressed mothers 10W 2.01
19 October 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Vicky Williamson
 That tune that gets stuck in your head. 10W 2.45/6
2 November 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Helen Bould
  • Department of Psychiatry
  • University of Oxford
 Targeting body dissatisfaction through perceptual training 10W 2.47
3 November 2016 11:15-12:05
  • Dr Joe Bathelt
  • ***Additional talk, out of the normal seminar schedule***
Neural, social, and cognitive sequelae of congenital visual impairment during mid-childhood 8W 2.13
16 November 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Joe Brooks
  • School of Psychology &Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience & Cognitive Systems
  • University of Kent
More than mere association: unifying Gestalt ideas of perceptual grouping and figure-ground organisation 10W 2.45/6
30 November 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Bhisma Chakrabarti
  • University of Reading
  10W 2.45/6
7 December 2016 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Liz Pellicano
  • University College London
 Towards a new science of autism: Building a participatory framework
 
 10W 2.47
11 January 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Prof Brian Rogers
  • University of Oxford
 Delusions about Illusions - a critique of the illusion concept 10W 2.47
25 January 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Professor Fabio Sani
  • University of Dundee
 Group Identification and Mental Health 10W 2.45/6
1 February 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Prof Paul Salkovskis
  • University of Bath
Worried Sick: the relevance of understanding and treating health anxiety in medical settings
10W 2.47
8 February 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Anna Rabinovich
  10W 2.47
22 February 2017 12:15-14:05
  •  Dr Jonathan Evans
 In two minds: the origins of dual processing 10W 2.47
8 March 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Nicholas Hopkins
From social identification to identity enactment: Performance and social co-ordination in the enactment of religious identities 10W 2.47
20 March 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Helene Loxton
  • University of Stellenbosch
  • ***Additional talk, out of the normal seminar schedule***
  10W 2.47
22 March 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Caroline Flurrey
 "Men don't cry, you know this don't you?": Experiences, coping styles and support preferences of men with rheumatoid arthritis 10W 2.45/6
27 March 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Stefan Van der Stigchel
 Visual continuity across eye movements: how to perceive the world as a visually stable environment 10W 2.47
5 April 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Eamon McCrory

 

 Childhood maltreatment, latent vulnerability and mental health: How brain imaging is helping to motivate a shift to preventative psychiatry 10W 2.47
26 April 2017 12:15-14:05
  •  Dr Deborah Caldwell
 Components-based network meta-analysis for synthesis of complex interventions 10W 2.47
10 May 2017 12:15-14:05
  •  Dr Olivia Maynard

 

 Using cognitive neuroscience techniques to develop effective tobacco and alcohol health warnings 10W 2.47
24 May 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Stuart Wilson
  • Queen Margaret University Edinburgh
 We trust those we travel with: Collective directional movement as a (surprisingly neglected) social behaviour 10W 2.47
7 June 2017 12:15-14:05
  • Dr Vanessa Cobham
  • University of Queensland
  10W 2.02
         

Further information about these seminars

Mrs Caroline Ransford (Department Coordinator)
Tel: +44 (0)1225 38 3843 | email: c.a.ransford@bath.ac.uk