Psychology Research Seminars

Centre for Applied Psychology - Our Research Seminars 350x263 - People at a desk Throughout the academic year, the Centre for Applied Psychology run open seminars for visiting lecturers to showcase their research.

Below, you'll find information on our next seminar, as well as information about upcoming and past events.

Check back regularly to find out more details about what the Psychology Research Seminar Series has in store.

Next Seminar

7 February 2018
3pm-4pm, C271

Laura Shand (University of Hull), in association with Athena SWAN
Precarity and Bias: Gendered experiences of the Early Career Academic in the UK University.

Upcoming Seminars
Upcoming Seminars
21 February 2018
3pm-4.30pm, C271

Helen Jenkins (Birmingham City University)
The experiences of young people who stammer in education.

Aaisha Farooqi (Birmingham City University)
Investigating the effectiveness of the McGuire Programme for people who stammer.


7 March 2018
3pm-4pm, C271

Professor Craig Jackson (Birmingham City University)
Using psychogeography to investigate the problems of hyper-gentrification and mass-displacement of workers in San Francisco.


21 March 2018
3pm-4pm, C271

Dr Rebecca Semmens-Wheeler (Birmingham City University)
"It’s all smoke and mirrors, but I voted anyway”: Understanding Voter Decisions Behind ‘Brexit’.


11 April 2018
3pm-4pm, C271

Dr Jeffery Wood (Birmingham City University)
An examination of the time course of the comprehension of contextualised conditionals.

Previous Seminars
Previous Seminars

Psychology Research Seminar Series Semester 1 2017-18 Extracts

27 September 2017

Dr Louise Bunce (Oxford Brookes University)
The emergence of the student consumer in higher education and its implications for learning and teaching


4 October 2017

Prof Joydeep Bhattacharya (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Creativity: Through Advanced Brain Mapping and Stimulation


18 October 2017

Dr Marie Poirier (City, University of London)
Knowledge effects on short-term memory for visual items: Do you remember what you see or what you know?


1 November 2017

Dr Silvio Aldrovandi (Birmingham City University)
Risk preferences: Domain and priming effects


15 November 2017

Dr Bastiaan Rutjens (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)         
Evaluations of science and scientists


27 November 2017

Professor Martin Hagger (Curtin University, Western Australia)
Ego-depletion: Updates on replication and mechanisms, and implications for health behaviour


29 November 2017

Dr Elisa Lewis (London South Bank University)
A mixed methods study of mental health and wellbeing in different UK undergraduate student populations


13 December 2017

Professor Graham Braithwaite (Cranfield University)
The role of Human Factors in improving aviation safety