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Social and Affective Processes, Maria Ttofi, Cambridge University

Date
15/04/2015
Description
Dr Maria Ttofi, Cambridge University

Social and Affective Processes Seminar, Dr Andrew Clark, Brunel University

Date
18/03/2015
Description
Dr Andrew Clark, Brunel University

Language, Memory and Attention seminar, Padraic Monaghan, Lancaster University

Date
11/03/2015
Description
Padraic Monaghan, University of Lancaster

Keynote Lecture Professor Chris Brewin University College London

Date
03/03/2015
Description
Department of Psychology Keynote LectureTuesday 3rd March 2015 2-3pm Windsor AuditoriumProfessor Chris Brewin, University College LondonTitle: To be announced

Health and Wellbeing Seminar, Katherine Rimes, KCL

Date
02/03/2015
Description
Katherine Rimes, KCL

Social and Affective Processes Research Seminar, Caoilite O Ciardha, University of Kent

Date
25/02/2015
Description
Caoilite O Ciardha, University of KentResearch and assessment of sexual offender cognition: Moving beyond self-report

Perception, Action and Decision Making Research Group Seminar, Speaker Michele Furlan, RHUL

Date
18/02/2015
Description
Activity in the human superior colliculus relating to endogenous saccade preparation and execution

Language, Memory and Attention, Ashtok Jansari, Goldsmiths University

Date
11/02/2015
Description
Ashtok Jansari, Goldsmiths University

Perception, Action and Decision Making Research Group Seminar / speaker Nick Scott Samuel, Bristol University

Date
04/02/2015
Description
Nick Scott Samuel, Bristol UniversityDazed and confused: camouflage in plain sight

Keynote Lecture Professor Geraint Rees University College London

Date
03/02/2015
Description
Tuesday 3rd FebruaryProfessor Geraint Rees, University College LondonTitle: The Conscious Phenotype
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