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    Researchers discuss their work with the public

Research seminars

These seminars are open to all students, staff, and the public. They run from 1pm - 2pm in room 1L08, Agriculture Building.

Following the seminar, refreshments are available and an opportunity to meet with the speaker in Harry Pitt room GS01, next to Psychology Clinical Language Sciences reception.

THURSDAY 24 January

TBC

THURSDAY 31 january

Dr Alexandra Woolgar (MRC-CBU, U. of Cambridge) - Neural basis for cognitive control

https://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/directory/profile.php?aw02

Introducer: Dr Eva Feredoes (e.a.feredoes@reading.ac.uk)

Thursday 7 February

Dr Clare Press (Birkbeck; University of London) - Action mirroring and action control

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/psychology/our-staff/clare-press

Introducer: Professor Carien van Reekum (c.vanreekum@reading.ac.uk)

Thursday 14 February

TBC

Thursday 21 February

TBC

Thursday 28 February

TBC

Thursday 7 March

Dr Eilidh Cage (Royal Holloway, University of London) - Autistic spectrum conditions: impact on mental health, public understanding, and making universities a more accessible place for autistic students

https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/eilidh-cage(fa693345-7bb0-40fd-9e32-f4b725b15888).htm

Introducer:  Dr Alana James (a.l.james@reading.ac.uk)

Thursday 14 March

Using aging and aphasia to understand the structure and processes of (cognitive) language networks

Dr Nichol Castro (University of Washington, Seattle, USA) - Changes in language processes during ageing and cognitive decline/disease

https://sanlab.ku.edu/nichol-castro

Introducer: Dr Arpita Bose (Associate Professor; a.bose@reading.ac.uk)

Thursday 21 March

Eric Varman (University of Queensland) - Social neuroscience of emotion and intergroup prejudice

https://psychology.uq.edu.au/profile/3058/eric-vanman

Introducer: Professor Carien van Reekum (c.vanreekum@reading.ac.uk)

Thursday 28 March

Title TBA

Professor Richard Wilkie (University of Leeds)

https://medicinehealth.leeds.ac.uk/psychology/staff/883/professor-richard-wilkie

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