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Upcoming events

Wed
24
Apr

PERC Seminar: Blurred lines: Bullying, friendship, and the peer group in primary school

In this presentation I will be talking about children’s peer relationships at school, and the role that both friendship and aggression play in the peer group. In particular, I will discuss my research into the important role of reciprocal best friendship and friendship quality on the self-worth and peer identification in primary school children (aged 7-11).

Wed
24
Apr

tbc

Dick van Dijk (Erasmus)

Wed
1
May

tbc

Wouter den Haan (LSE)

Wed
8
May

tbc (AME)

Monique de Haan (Oslo University)

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Recent events

Making Sense of Voice Hearing

Friday 22 March 2019

This one day conference is being hosted by the Department of Health Sciences and the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of York. The conference is supported by the International Centre for Mental Health Social Research at The University of York.

UYSEG: A Question of Science

Monday 18 March 2019

Philosophical Dialogue in Science Education

CFP: Beyond Fluid Identities? New Sensitivities in the 21st Century (PGR Conference 2019)

Monday 18 March 2019

CFP: PGR Annual Conference 2019 - ‘Identity’ exists as a key question not only in academic research, but also in our social and personal lives. Who we are and how we came to be continues to be challenged and interrogated on individual and global scales...

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