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Seminar (Social and Affective Processes), Caroline Catmur

Date
25/11/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Seminar (Social and Affective Processes), Caroline Catmur, From: KCL

Health & Well-Being Seminar Series, Dr Barney Dunn, Associate Professor, University of Exeter

Date
23/11/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Health & Well-Being Seminar Series, Dr Barney Dunn, Associate Professor, University of Exeter, Learning how to feel good in depression: Understanding and treating anhedonia

LMA seminar, Professor István Czigler

Date
19/11/2015
Location:
W130A
Description
LMA seminar, Professor István Czigler

LMA Seminar: Professor Marcus Taft

Date
13/11/2015
Location:
W130A
Description
LMA Seminar Professor Marcus Taft - UNSW Australia, Title: Word recognition in reading: How is the mental lexicon accessed? - 13th November 2015

Health & Well-Being Seminar Series, Prof Heather Gage, NIHR's Research Design Service

Date
19/10/2015
Location:
W128
Description
health economics within the context of NIHR Research applications, Professor Heather Gage, University of Surrey, Health Economist for the NIHR's Research Design Service

LMA seminar, Dr Aparna Nadig

Date
14/10/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Dr Aparna Nadig, Mechanisms underlying language learning in ASD

Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) James Kilner

Date
07/10/2015
Description
Seminar (Social and Affective Processes) James Kilner, From: UCL

Real World Eye Tracking course

Date
20 - 21/07/2015
Location:
Royal Holloway, University of London
Description
Eye tracking course.

Language, Memory and Attention, Dr Sandra Murphy and Dr Stacey Wetmore, RHUL

Date
24/06/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Dr Sandra Murphy - Sensitivity to Learned Value AssociationDr Stacy Wetmore - Examining the Underlying Processes of the Other Race Bias with the EZ Diffusion Model

Language | Memory | Attention Seminar Series, Professor John Dunn, University of Adelaide

Date
18/05/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Using state-trace analysis to test theories of cognition
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