Research Seminar Series, Spring 2012-13
Welcome to our Spring Seminar Series 2012-13!
All seminars take place on Fridays in the departmental Lecture Theatre starting at 12.00pm, concluding by 1.00pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
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Please note that the seminar details may occasionally change during the semester
The seminar programme is below or it can be downloaded from this page (please see the 'Downloads' box to the right hand side) or by contacting Liz Carl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
15 February 2013
Dr Glenn Waller, Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
“Why do clinicians fail to deliver evidence-based practice? The case of CBT for the eating disorders”
22 February 2013
Professor Tony Prescott, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
“From whiskers to fingertips and from biology to robotics - how we learn about the world through active touch”
1 March 2013
Dr Teresa Burke, University College Dublin
“Old Problems, New Approaches: Insights into prospective memroy (PM) deficits in clinical and non-clinical samples “
8 March 2013
Dr Katie Slocombe, University of York
“Joint attention and communication in chimpanzees: what is special about human language?”
15 March 2013 ** 1pm Seminar **
Professor Jane Ogden, University of Surrey
“Understanding successful behaviour change and the development of a teachable moments intervention”
12 April 2013
Dr Luke Boorman, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
"Investigating the neural underpinnings of the negative BOLD signal by single impulse stimulation"
19 April 2013
Dr Nicole David, University of Hamburg
“Perceptual Integration in Autism Spectrum Disorders”
26 April 2013
Dr J. Kevin O'Regan, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, CNRS, Universite Paris Descartes
“Constructing Space: how a biological or artificial agent could construct the notion of spatial displacement from undifferentiated sensorimotor flux”
3 May 2013
Dr Filipe Christano, Bangor University
"What can eye movements patterns tell us about 3D Object Recognition?"
10 May 2013
Dr Anna Remington, University of Oxford
"The Autism Gift? Increased Perceptual Capacity in Autism Spectrum Disorder"
17 May 2013
Dr Christina Howard
"Eye movements during real scene monitoring: watching a football match and monitoring CCTV" CANCELLED