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Language, Memory and Attention, Sophie Foster, University of Sussex

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Sophie Forster, University of Sussex

Health and Wellbeing Seminar, Shirley Reynolds, Charlie Waller Insitute

Date
19/01/2015
Description
Shirley Reynolds, Charlie Waller Institute

Key Note Talk Professor David Perrett

Date
09/12/2014
Description
Tuesday 9th DecemberProfessor David Perrett, University of St AndrewsFacial cues to health and attractiveness

Health and Wellbeing Seminar, speaker Thorston Barnhofer, University of Oxford

Date
08/12/2014
Description
Dr Thornsten Barnhofer, University of Berlin and Oxford Mindfulness CentreHow mindfulness may reduce cognitive vulnerability for depression: a neuroscientific perspective

Perception, Action and Decision Making, Peter Neri, University of Aberdeen

Date
26/11/2014
Description
Peter Neri, University of Aberdeen

Language Memory and Attention, Dr Anna Weighall, University of Leeds

Date
29/10/2014
Description
Dr Anna Weighall University of LeedsThe bedtime story effect: The role sleep and semantic training in vocabulary learning

CANCELLEDACCSeminar, Dr Anna Weighall, University of Leeds

Date
01/07/2014
Description
Dr Anna Weighall, University of Leeds

ACC Seminar, Dr Jo Taylor, RHUL

Date
03/06/2014
Description
Dr Jo Taylor, RHULNeural systems for learning to read: Combining artificial language learning paradigms with fMRI
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