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Social and Affective Processes Research Seminar, Michiel van Elk, University of Amsterdam

Date
27/04/2016
Location:
W128
Description
Dr Michiel van Elk, University of Amsterdampsychological and neurocognitive mechanisms underlying self-transcendent experiences

CANCELLED Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) Bas Verplanken

Date
27/04/2016
Description
Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) Bas Verplanken, From: Bath

Health and Wellbeing Seminar, Filippo Varese, Manchester University

Date
26/04/2016
Location:
2nd Floor, art building, room 21
Description
Filippo Varese, Manchester UniversityChildhood trauma in schizophrenia and affective psychosis: State of the evidence and candidate psychological mechanisms

Real World Eye Tracking course

Date
25 - 26/04/2016
Location:
Department of Psychology
Description
Real World Eye tracking course

LMA seminar, Dr Catherine Jones

LMA seminar, Dr Catherine Jones
Date
20/04/2016
Location:
W128
Description
LMA seminar, Dr Catherine Jones

PAD Research Seminar Series - Aline Bompas

Date
13/04/2016
Location:
W128
Description
PAD Research Seminar Series, Aline Bompas, Cardiff UniversityThe effect of visual distractors on saccadic and manual responses: behaviour and computational modelling

CANCELLED Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) Marie Smith

Date
06/04/2016
Description
Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) Marie Smith, From: Birkbeck

SAP Seminar Dr Jo Taylor and Dr Rob Ross

SAP Seminar Dr Jo Taylor and Dr Rob Ross
Date
06/04/2016
Location:
351 Wolfson
Description
SAP Seminar Dr Taylor and Dr Ross

PAD Research Seminar Series - Robin Walker

Date
16/03/2016
Location:
W128
Description
PAD Research Seminar Series, Robin Walker, RHULReading dynamic text, with and without a loss of central vision

Keynote (PAD) - Haxby & Gobbini

Date
08/03/2016
Location:
Windsor Auditorium
Description
James V. Haxby, Dartmouth College, US & Center for Mind/ Brain Sciences, Italy, Windsor Auditorium Building
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