Research Seminars

The Department of Psychology holds regular research seminars that are open to all staff and students. The seminars are delivered by staff from the department, and also by guest speakers from other institutions, and are an integral part of our research environment. The seminars are a great opportunity for students of all levels to hear about the latest research projects being carried out in their own department, and elsewhere.

In 2016/17 we are very happy to host the following speakers:

  • 13th October 2016, Dr Ian Hussey, Ghent University – Best Building CBB115 at 14:00-15:00
  • 8th December 2016, Dr Louise McHugh, University College Dublin – Best Building CBB155 at 13:00-14:00
  • 23rd February 2017, Dr Megan Birney, University Centre Shrewsbury – Best Building CBB155 at 13:00-14:00
  • 16th March 2017, Dr Eilidh Cage, Royal Holloway University of London – Best Building CBB115 at 13:00-14:00
  • 8th June 2017, Dr Gemma Evans, University of Chester - Best Building CBB115 at 13:00-14:00
  • 15th June 2017, Dr Shelley Price, University Centre Shrewsbury – Best Building CBB115 at 13:00-14:00

 

Additionally, the department hosts public lectures in which members of the department and external guest speakers present a body of research.  In 2016/17 we are delighted to host the following lectures:

  • 13th October 2016, Prof Nick Hulbert-Williams, University of Chester, ‘I’m through with playing by the rules of someone else’s game”: A rejection of mainstream ideas about psychological suffering and a (re)discovery of contextual behavioural science.’ – Beswick Building, CBE017 at 18:30
  •  15th December 2016, Dr Nicola Lasikiewicz, University of Chester, ‘But how do you FEEL? Exploring the potential motivators and benefits of weight loss.’ – Best Building, CBB115 at 18:00. Book your place
  •  2nd February 2017, Dr Brooke Swash, University of Chester, ‘Being human: Exploring the impact of illness and loss in modern healthcare.’ – Best Building, CBB115 at 18:00. Book your place
  •  6th April 2017, Dr Kevin Hochard, University of Chester, ‘“They mostly come at night. Mostly.” Sleep disturbances’ impact on suicidal behaviours.’ – Best Building, CBB115 at 18:00. Book your place
  •  8th June 2017, Dr Lee Hulbert-Williams, University of Chester, ‘Focus: The art and science of getting things done in an increasingly distracted and stressed world.’ – Best Building, CBB115 at 18:00. Book your place

 

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