12 October 2010, 1 pm
Nick will be talking about how movement influences our ability to see and miss targets
21 September 2011, 9.30 am
Explore how the school's research-led teaching is designed to help you develop a critical appreciation of the different theoretical perspectives in psychology and hone your research skills. Displays will be held in the School's staff room (2D17) in the Social Sciences Complex, Priory Road.
12 October 2011, 4 pm
Dr Jonathan Brooks, New CRIC fellowship, previously Oxford "Pain: cause, consequence and control"
13 October 2011, 6 pm
Professor Chris Jarrold, Professor of Cognitive Development. Reception Room, Wills Memorial Building.
26 October 2011, 4 pm
Professor Gerry Altmann (University of York). "Event comprehension and competition between multiple representations of the same object."
2 November 2011, 4 pm
Interest to people interested in vision, eye movements, memory, sex differences and social psychology.
9 November 2011, 4 pm
Professor Patrick Haggard. Could there be a neuroscience of free will?
16 November 2011, 4 pm
David Routh "Dovetailing traits and values: The case of materialism"
30 November 2011, 4 pm
Claudia von Bastian. "Transfer effects of working memory training"
7 December 2011, 4 pm
Michael Brooks "The Secret Anarchy of Science"