Research seminars and reading groups
Regular meetings to discuss research, books, and papers
Edinburgh Psychology Keynote Talks
High-profile invited talks on current topics in psychology
PPLS interdisciplinary seminar series
Meets between 3-6 times a year to host speakers of an international calibre
Human cognitive neuroscience seminars
Presentations and discussions of research into human cognitive neuroscience in typical and atypical populations
Philosophy, psychology and informatics group (PPIG)
We aim to gain an interdisciplinary understanding of the threads that bind the human mind and the world
Psychology statistics group
An informal and multidisciplinary group and psychology researchers who are interested in statistics
Discuss recent findings in personality, intelligence, and applied social science.
The Individual Differences journal club meet biweekly, allowing students to discuss their ongoing projects, or discuss recent findings within the field. Discussions are student-led, with staff and students alike debating about the different directions that the field is going in.
Time and place
Thursdays, 12pm - 1pm (semester 1), 11am - 12pm (semester 2) in room S38, Psychology Building, 7 George Square (whenever the Edinburgh Psychology keynote talks are not scheduled).
The seminars are organised by the differential psychology research group.
To suggest papers or for more information, contact Ross Stewart: