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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

Social and Affective Processes Seminar Research Group, Masi Noor, Liverpool University

Date
15/05/2015
Location:
W128
Description
Masi Noor, University of Liverpool

Children's understanding of intensive properties of matter. Is this really so difficult?

Date
06/05/2015
Description
Psychology department seminar in the Language, Memory, Attention seminar series.

Single Case Designs in Clinical Psychology: Uniting Research and Practice

Date
17/04/2015
Location:
Kings College Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo
Description
Clinical Psychology conference

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
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