Psychology

Events

What's on in Psychology

2017

Events

02 Oct

Cognitive ageing journal club

GWAS and cognitive abilities: Why correlations are inevitable and meaningless

04 Oct

Psycholinguistics coffee

Using content and timing predictions to prepare and articulate turns during conversation

05 Oct

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Attention as a window into healthy and neuro-degenerate memory processes

06 Oct

Psychology seminar

Meet the Staff (For all Psychology First-year undergrads)

11 Oct

PPIG: Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Group

Denis Buehler (University of Antwerp)

12 Oct

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Redefining dissociations for a higher-powered neuropsychology: A methodological proposal

13 Oct

Psycholinguistics coffee

Speaker-specific expectations about precision

19 Oct

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Different representations and strategies in mental rotation

20 Oct

Psychology seminar

The long and short of personality stability and change

25 Oct

Psycholinguistics coffee

Knowing more but using it less: How ageing affects representation and control of semantic knowledge

PPIG: Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Group

Luca Barlassina (University of Sheffield)

26 Oct

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Finger tapping and inhibitory control: Two sides of the same coin

01 Nov

Psycholinguistics coffee

TBC

02 Nov

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Cognition, emotions and reflections on life at an isolated Polar Research Station: The explorers in their own words

08 Nov

Psycholinguistics coffee

Is sound-meaning relation really arbitrary?

PPIG: Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Group

Anika Fiebich (University of Milan)

09 Nov

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Trajectories of depression with age

16 Nov

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Forgotten but not gone: Understanding memory and forgetting via studies of minimal interference

22 Nov

Psycholinguistics coffee

Individual differences in switching and inhibition predict perspective-taking across the lifespan

PPIG: Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Group

Richard Moore (Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin)

23 Nov

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Working Memory Across the Adult Lifespan: An Adversarial Collaboration (WoMAAC)

28 Nov

CCACE St Andrews Day seminar

Professor Paul Matthews OBE, Division of Brain Sciences, Imperial College London

29 Nov

Psycholinguistics coffee

Effects of biliteracies on bilingual executive functions

30 Nov

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

Extrafoveal semantic processing of visual information

07 Dec

Human cognitive neuroscience seminar

TBA

15 Dec

PPIG: Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Group

Rob Rupert (University of Colorado Boulder)