Previous speakers - 2013-14

Autumn Term – 30 September – 13 December 2013




Invited by

3 October at 16:30

All staff and PGRs PGR students' welcome event Dr White, Sarah

10 October

Dr Laura B Mickes

 Senior Lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London; Visiting Scholar, UC San Diego

Major Memory for Microblogs Dr Flowe, Heather
17 October

Dr Kimberley Wade

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick

Photos vs. Memory

Dr Flowe, Heather

24 October

Dr Magda Osman

Senior Lecturer in Experimental Cognitive Psychology, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London

The role of Goals, rewards and feedback in dynamic control Dr Frosch, Caren

31 October

Dr Rebecca Trueman

Lecturer in Neuroscience, School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham Medical School

Assessing functional outcomes in rodent models of stroke Dr Gibson, Claire
14 November

Dr Peter Saville

Chartered Occupational Psychologist

Psychometrics at Work Dr Gibson, Claire

21 November

Dr Miguel Valencia Ustárroz

Neurophysiology Laboratory, Neurosciences Area, CIMA, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain

Analysis of oscillatory activity in Parkinson's disease; clinical and experimental scenarios Dr Gerdjikov, Todor
28 November

Professor Jo Neill

Professor of Psychopharmacology, Manchester Pharmacy School, University of Manchester

Modelling the low attentive and high impulsive subtype of adult ADHD in the 5-choice continuous performance task in female rats

Dr Young, Andrew

5 December

Dr Emmanuel Pothos

Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, City University London

The clash of the (formal probability theory) titans Prof. Colman, Andrew
12 December

Dr. rer. nat. Jan M. Wiener

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Bournemouth University

Maladaptive bias for egocentric navigation strategies in aging humans Dr. De Lillo Carlo

Spring Term - 13th January to 28th March 2014




Invited by

16 January

Dr James E. McCutcheon

Department of Cell Physiology & Pharmacology, University of Leicester

Dopamine and its involvement in reward, motivation, and hedonic processing Dr Gibson, Claire

23 January

Dr Kenneth Scott-Brown

Kenneth Abertay University

Behavioural biases and oculomotor search strategies in multiplex scene viewing: experimental and applied perspectives Dr
Hutchinson, Claire
30 January

Dr Paul Hibbard

Department of Psychology, University of Essex

How binocular vision gives depth to our perceptual experience Dr Barrett, Douglas
06 February

Professor Chris Miall

Professor of Motor Neuroscience School of Psychology University of Birmingham

The cerebellum, an internal model for motor control, predictor and cognition Dr Souto, David
13 February

Professor Graham Barnes

Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester

The role of expectancy and volition in predictive and reactive components of smooth pursuit eye movements Dr Souto, David
20 February

Dr Heather Sheridan

Centre for Vision and Cognition, University of Southampton

The time-course of cognitive influences on eye fixations Dr White, Sarah
27 February

Professor Jayne Brown

School of Nursing and Midwifery, De Montfort University

Beliefs, attitudes and behaviours in palliative sedation: evidence from a multicentre study in the UK, Netherlands and Belgium Dr Robertson, Noelle
13 March

Professor Jason Hughes

Head of Department of Sociology, University of Leicester

E-cigarettes and the ‘civilisation’ of tobacco use’ Dr Gibson, Claire
20 March

Dr Bonaventura Majolo

School of Psychology, University of Lincoln

Between-group competition and social bonds in primates Dr De-Lillo, Carlo
27 March

Dr Daniela Balslev

School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews

Eye position signals in spatial cognition Dr Souto, David

Summer Term5 May – 27 June 2014




Invited by

08 May

Anna Grubert, PhD

Department of Psychological Sciences Birkbeck College, University of London

Attentional guidance by single-colour and multiple-colour search templates Dr Souto, David
15 May Café Psychologie

3pm: Tea, cake, career & skills

4pm: PGR show-case

Dr White, Sarah


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