Previous speakers - 2014-2015


9th October

Professor Thomas T Hills

Department of Psychology, University of Warwick

The Foraging Mind
30th October

Dr Gema Martin

Centre for Behaviour and Evolution, Newcastle University

Episodic and semantic memory in the comparative arena: looking at the future
6th November Hugo Caffarati The magic of magic
13th November

Dr Victoria Simms

School of Psychology, University of Ulster

Early mathematical development: do numerical representations count?
20th November

Dr Ronald van den Berg

Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Bayesian inference in perceptual decision-making
27th November

Diana Fleischman

Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth

Menstrual cycle influences on disgust, sexuality and risk avoidance
4th December

Professor Ulrike Hahn

Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London

The Accuracy of Motivated Reasoning

Summer Term

29th January

Dr Marcus Kaiser

Department of Computing Science, Newcastle University

The Human Green Brain Project: Computational Models of the Developing Connectome
5th February

Professor Mark Griffiths

Nottingham Trent University

Slots of fun: The psychology of gambling addiction
12th February

Professor Sally Kyd-Cunningham

School of Law, University of Leicester

Psychology, blameworthiness, negligence and criminal liability for driving offences
19th February

Dr Lynda Boothroyd

Department of Psychology, Durham University

TV, Barbie, and us: Cultural predictors of body weight ideals in adults and children
5th March

Professor Keith Laws

School of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire‎

CBT for Psychosis – the science and pseudoscience
12th March

Dr Johan Hulleman

School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Manchester

The impending demise of the item in visual search
19th March

Professor Ronnie Mackay

Leicester De Montfort Law School

Researching and Reforming Unfitness to Plead
26th March

Dr David Soto

Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London

Linking memory and attention in human vision

7th May


The Sluckin Lecture

Professor Wandi Bruine de Bruin

Leeds University Business School

A pathway to impact: Figure skating Judging, sex education and beyond
14th May Café Psychologie

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