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 2017/18 we are very happy to host the following speakers. Seminars take place on the following Tuesdays at 3-4pm:

 

Additionally, the department hosts public lectures in which members of the department and external guest speakers present a body of research.  In 2017/18 we are delighted to host the following lectures:

  • Thursday 7th December 2017, Dr Hannah Heath, University of Chester, "The friend carer: Constructing a supportive identity in the context of self-harm." - Best Building CBB115 at 18:00
  •  Thursday 22nd March 2018, Prof Ros Bramwell & Dr Liane Hayes, University of Chester, "Pregnancy, childbirth and new parenthood: perspectives from Health Psychology." - Best Building CBB115 at 18:00
  •  Thursday 7th June 2018, Dr Annie Scudds, University of Chester, “Fit(bit) for work: An overview of the value of the physical activity for wellbeing initiatives in the workplace.” - Best Building CBB115 at 18:00

 

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