Research Seminar Series, Spring 2016-17
Welcome to our Spring Seminar Series 2016-17!
All seminars will take place on Fridays in the Lecture Theatre 14 of the Mappin Mining Block starting at 12.00pm and concluding by 1.00pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
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The seminar programme found below can be downloaded from this page (please see the 'Downloads' box to the right hand side) or by contacting Liz Carl (email@example.com).
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|31.1.17||Professor Richard Bentell||Liverpool University||"Paranoia considered as a disorder of belonging"
**Lecture Theatre 5, Diamond**
|17.2.17||Dr Kate Ellis-Davies||Nottingham-Trent University||"Transitions to parenting: Implications for parental well-being, parenting, and child development"|
|3.3.17||Professor Lars Muckli||University of Glasgow||"Visual Predictions in different layers of visual cortex"|
|17.3.17||Dr Sarah Beck||University of Birmingham||"Children using their imagination to solve problems"|
|22.3.17||Professor Tony Charman||Kings College London||"Title to be confirmed"
[Research Area: Autism spectrum conditions across the lifespan]
**Lecture Theatre 4, Diamond**
[This is a public lecture hosted by Dr Elizabeth Milne]
|24.3.17||Dr Jessica Alleva||Maastricht University, Netherlands (Visiting Researcher at UWE, Bristol)||“Novel Strategies for Improving Body Image”
**Lecture Theatre 7, Mappin Building**
|31.3.17||Dr Damian Poulter||University of Greenwich||"Risky behaviour on the road: the issue of novice and young drivers"|
|28.4.17||Prof Dawn Upchurch||University of California, Los Angeles||"Complementary Health Approaches and Women's Health and Wellness"|
|5.5.17||Dr Jana Kreppner||University of Southampton||"Young adult outcomes following early life institutional deprivation: Findings from the young adult follow-up of the English and Romanian Adoptees Study"|