Postgraduate Conference 2006-2007
The Psychology Department held its first Postgraduate Conference on Wednesday 11 October 2006 in the Wolfson Research Institute Building at Queen's Campus, Stockton. The conference, organised by two current postgraduates, Susan Scrafton and Alison Lane, gave taught and research postgraduates the opportunity to present their research. There was a very interesting poster session at lunchtime, while the remainer of the event consisted of talks from postgraduates. Presenters and presentations included:
- Lee De-Wit - "Generating the illusion of conscious will: investigating the role of the left hemisphere interpreter and mentalistic reasoning."
- Susanne Schuett - "Rehabilitation of hemianopic dyslexia: re-learning reading eye movements without reading?"
- Kin Chiew - "The new children's multi-component processing measure of reading comprehension (part 1)."
- Joni Holmes - "Working memory and children's mathematics: implications for mathematical development."
- Ian Davison - "Regret as autobiographical memory."
- Simon Jones - "Stress and schizophrenia."
- Bronia Arnott: Tees Valley Baby Study - "Past, present and future."
Our next Departmental Postgraduate Conference will take place during October 2008. If you are interested in our conference or would like further details on postgraduate study please contact our Postgraduate Co-ordinator, telephone: + 141 (0) 191 3343273, Email: email@example.com