School of Psychology

Seminar Series

Psychology Colloquia

14th Februrary                   

David Simmons: "Sensory sensitivities, neural noise and autism."

21st February

SHOWCASE

28th February

Verena Heise: "Robust research - a practical guide."

7th March

Travis Proulx: TBC

14th March

Inex Myin-Germeys: TBC

21st March

Lorna Hamilton: TBC

28th March

Rupert Brown: "Henri Tajfel: explorer of identity and difference."

4th April

Barbara Arfe: "Understanding problems in writing: current gaps in development writing models."

11th April

Masi Noor: TBC
9th May

Lee Hogarth: TBC

 

Sussex Neuroscience

For more information go to the Sussex Neuroscience Seminar page

 

COGS Research Seminars

For more information go to the Centre for Cognitive Science page

 

SPRiG

SPT Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group

Social & Applied Psychology Group

6th February                             

Zoltan Dienes (University of Sussex): "How do I know what my theory predicts?"

13th February

No seminar (Board of Study)

20th February

Rupert Brown (University of Sussex): "Henri Tajfel: the Bristol years."

27th February

no talk arranged yet

6th March

Richard Joiner (University of Bath): "Loss to Gain: the effect of playing a mathematics educational app on summer learning loss."

13th March

John Drury (University of Sussex): "A social-cognitive model of urban riot diffusion."

20th March

no talk arranged yet

27th March

Hisham Abu-Rayya (University of Sussex)" Living Together: An Integrated Acculturation - Contact Strategy To Promote Ethnic Harmony Between British Muslims And Anglo-Britons."

3rd April

Matt Easterbrook (University of Sussex): "Social psychological processes underlying educational inequalities."

10th April


Richard de Visser (University of Sussex): Dry January 2019.

17th April

No seminar (Easter)

24th April

No seminar (Easter)

1st May

Selin Tekin Guven (University of Sussex): "Understanding the Dynamics of Identity in Campaign Groups in the Aftermath of the Grenfell Tower Fire."

8th May

Lambros Lazuras (Sheffield Hallam University): "One pill makes you larger, and one pill makes you small: Can we use self-affirmation to enhance health risk communication in nutritional supplement users?"