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Department of Psychology Seminars 2022/23

View the schedule of seminars taking place in the Department of Psychology.

December 2022

Details about our scheduled seminars.


Wednesday 7 December

Thursday 8 December

This talk will explore what the moment-by-moment organisation of small-scale social interactions can tell us about the dynamics of large-scale live audiences. I will argue that the defining characteristic of participation in a live audience is the social interactions, with performers, with other audience members, and with anyone else present. These social interactions affect the structure, dynamics and experience of performance.


Seminars in 2023

Details about our scheduled seminars.


Wednesday 8 February

Wednesday 15 February

Wednesday 22 February

Wednesday 1 March

Wednesday 8 March

  • Speaker: Raffael Kalish
  • Title: TBC
  • Time: 12:15 – 13:05 (GMT)
  • Location: 8 West 2.15

Thursday 9 March

Wednesday 19 April

  • Speaker: Sinead Rocha
  • Title: TBC
  • Time: 12:15 – 13:05 BST (GMT +1)
  • Location: 10 West 2.01

Thursday 20 April

  • Speaker: Victoria Williamson
  • Title: TBC
  • Time: 12:30 – 14:00 BST (GMT +1)
  • Location: 8 West 2.24

Wednesday 26 April

  • Speaker: Brad Love
  • Title: TBC
  • Time: 12:15 – 13:05 BST (GMT +1)
  • Location: 8 West 2.19

Wednesday 3 May


Past seminars

Find details of past events from the Department of Psychology seminar series.


Thursday 13 October

  • Speaker: Katie Ellis-Davies, University of Swansea
  • Title: Idiosyncratic, relational and cultural sources of variation in family health and development

Wednesday 19 October

  • Speaker: Dr Ana Levordashka, University of Bath
  • Title: Sitting Still: Psychological Immersion Is Associated with Reduced Head Movement

Wednesday 26 October

Wednesday 2 November

  • Speaker: Dr Tom Barry, University of Bath
  • Title: Autobiographical Memory and Psychopathology

Thursday 10 November

Wednesday 11 November

  • Speaker: Dr Susanne Quadflieg, University of Bristol
  • Title: The emerging (neuro-)science of relational impression formation

Wednesday 23 November

  • Speaker: Dr Jim Everett, University of Kent
  • Title: Moral dilemmas and trust in leaders during a global health crisis

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