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Departmental external seminars

Featuring academics from all areas of psychology from all over the world. These are open to all and pitched at an audience with an understanding of psychology.

If no events are listed here, there are no events this term.

Tue
25
Jan

Humanise: How we bring things to life

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Professor Lasana Harris: UCL

Tue
1
Feb

Hearing in a social context – exploring multimodal conversation behaviours and their cognitive bases

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Dr Lauren Hadley: University of Nottingham

Tue
15
Feb

Deep recurrent neural networks as a modelling framework for understanding the dynamic computations of human vision

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Dr Tim Kietzmann: Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour (Radboud University)

Tue
22
Feb

Developing a theory of mind: Insights from fMRI studies of children

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Dr Hilary Richardson: University of Edinburgh

Tue
1
Mar

Title tbc

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Professor Aidan Feeney: School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast

Tue
8
Mar

Title tbc

4.00PM, Online Seminar - For further details, please contact scott.cairney@york.ac.uk

Dr Punit Shah: Department of Psychology, University of Bath

Archive of previous events

Attachment and Caregiving: New Insights from 1st and 2nd Person Social Neuroscience

Tuesday 18 January 2022

Attachment and Caregiving: New Insights from 1st and 2nd Person Social Neuroscience

Towards interpretable personal predictive models of neurological function

Tuesday 11 January 2022

Towards interpretable personal predictive models of neurological function

Dehumanization and Violence: New Perspectives and Current Debates

Tuesday 30 November 2021

Dr Johannes Lang, Danish institute for international studies

Using cognitive psychology to improve neuropsychological assessment

Tuesday 23 November 2021

Dr Todd Horowitz, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Control and Population Science

Emotional aftereffects of ignoring and forgetting: Are they driven by inhibition?

Tuesday 9 November 2021

Professor Ana Vivas, City College

Title tbc

Tuesday 26 October 2021

tbc

Everything is cool when you’re part of a team

Tuesday 19 October 2021

Professor Lisa Debruine, University of Glasgow

"Butterfly effects" in Perceptual development

Tuesday 12 October 2021

Professor Pawan Sinha, MIT

Mapping neurodegeneration and circuit dysfunction in Parkinson´s disease

Tuesday 5 October 2021

Professor Hartwig Siebner, Danish Research Center for Magnetic Resonance

Title tbc

Tuesday 28 September 2021

Professor Gina Poe, UCLA

Bringing to mind the best and worst: The role of emotion in memory and imagination

Tuesday 18 May 2021

Bringing to mind the best and worst: The role of emotion in memory and imagination

Aging-related changes to EEG markers of recognition: theoretical and forensic implications

Tuesday 11 May 2021

Aging-related changes to EEG markers of recognition: theoretical and forensic implications

Dissociation and Functional Specialization for Taxonomic and Thematic Relation

Tuesday 4 May 2021

Dissociation and Functional Specialization for Taxonomic and Thematic Relation

What does the human eye tell the human circadian clock?

Tuesday 27 April 2021

What does the human eye tell the human circadian clock?

Social learning and motivation: Lifespan changes and neural mechanisms

Tuesday 16 March 2021

Social learning and motivation: Lifespan changes and neural mechanisms

Racism: A Developmental Story

Tuesday 9 March 2021

Racism: A Developmental Story

Context-based object recognition

Tuesday 2 March 2021

Context-based object recognition

Transdiagnostic mapping in neurodevelopmental disorders

Tuesday 23 February 2021

Transdiagnostic mapping in neurodevelopmental disorders

Measuring unconscious visual processing

Tuesday 19 January 2021

Measuring unconscious visual processing

Week 4 of the Becoming Mothers Series: Postnatal Bodies

Wednesday 16 December 2020

Nicola Spark (York Hospital NHS Foundation Trust), Dr Catherine Preston (University of York) and Dr Elizabeth Kirk (Anglia Ruskin University)

Week 3 of the Becoming Mothers Series: Self, Social and Cultural Influences

Thursday 10 December 2020

Dr Shuby Puthussery (University of Bedfordshire) and Rosie Drysdale (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Week 2 of the Becoming Mothers Series: Postnatal Support

Wednesday 2 December 2020

Professor Amy Brown (Swansea University) and Dr Andrew Mayers (Bournemouth University)

Putting working memory into attention

Tuesday 1 December 2020

Professor Notger Müller, DZNE

Week 1 of the Becoming Mothers Series: Bonding with Baby

Thursday 26 November 2020

Professor Liz Meins (University of York), Dr Elizabeth Kirk (Anglia Ruskin University) and Dr Catherine Preston (University of York)

Reading in adolescence: skills, practice and outcomes

Tuesday 24 November 2020

Dr Jessie Ricketts, Royal Holloway University London

Recognition of one's own and others' interoceptive states in those with and without eating disorders

Tuesday 10 November 2020

Dr Rebecca Brewer, Royal Holloway University London

Prediction, action and awareness

Tuesday 3 November 2020

Dr Daniel Yon, Goldsmiths

The Turing Way: Making Reproducible Research "Too Easy Not To Do"

Tuesday 27 October 2020

Dr Kirstie Whitaker, University of Cambridge

The limits of working memory: efficient use of a finite resource

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Dr Paul Bays, University of Cambridge

Working memory training: A quick-fix solution for enhancing cognition?

Tuesday 6 October 2020

Dr Claudia von Bastian, University of Sheffield

Capacity limits and how the visual system copes with them

Tuesday 29 September 2020

Dr Ruth Rosenholtz, MIT

Recording and manipulating activity in frontal cortical circuits for learning and decision making.

Tuesday 9 June 2020

Professor Matthew Rushworth, University of Oxford

The holistic gist of face processing

Tuesday 2 June 2020

Professor James Tanaka, University of Victoria

What does the human eye tell the human circadian clock?

Tuesday 26 May 2020

Dr Manuel Spitschan, University of Oxford

eSeminar: The development of decision-making across diverse cultural contexts

Tuesday 19 May 2020

Dorsa Amir (from Boston College, USA)

Athena SWAN Seminar: 'Using action video games to sharpen cognition'

Tuesday 3 March 2020

Professor Daphne Bavelier, Geneva

External Talk: 'What's good about our prisons?'

Wednesday 26 February 2020

Simon Shepherd, Director of the Butler Trust

External Seminar: 'Cognitive Gadgets: The Cultural Evolution of Thinking'

Tuesday 18 February 2020

Professor Cecilia Heyes, Oxford

External Seminar: Automatic representation of self and other in children and great apes

Tuesday 3 December 2019

Dr Sophie Milward, University of Portsmouth

External Seminar: 'Forgetting in health and disease'

Tuesday 5 November 2019

Dr Nahid Zokaei, Oxford University

Seminars by type

Research centre and group seminars

Psychsoc talks