Postgraduate Conference 2007-2008
2nd Psychology Post-Graduate Conference, Wednesday 17th October 2007.
10:00 Preparation (for those who are bringing posters or presenting)
10:30 Start: Aidan Feeney - Welcome talk and opening remarks
10:45 Gill Rogers - 'The potential of prism adaptation as a treatment for unilateral neglect'
11:00 Keira Ball - 'Dissociating allocentric and egocentric frames reference: A visual search study'
11:15 Adam Robson - 'Visually pictorially-based analogical reasoning'
11:45 PG departmental seminar series: Holly Joseph 'Eye movements during reading in children: oculomotor and linguistic effects'.
1:45 Poster presentations
2:15 Lee De-Wit - 'Using object based attention to explore the structure of visual representation'
2:30 Rob Lee - 'Adaptation of central colour channels'
2:45 Kate Cross - 'Sex differences in sexual and aggressive behaviour: the role of risky impulsivity'
3:00 Paige Davis - 'Imaginary companions in children: Predispositions and correlates'
3:15 Aidan Feeney - closing remarks and general question time
3:30 Tour of the Wolfson Research Institute (e.g. laboratories).
4:00 Pub!! (networking)
'Dissociating allocentric and egocentric frames of reference: A visual search study'
'Sex differences in sexual and aggressive behaviour: the role of risky impulsivity'
'Seeing the forest: The effect of context as an attentional cue in autism'
'Compensatory treatment for patients with hemianopia'
'Adaptation of central colour channels'
'Attractiveness ratings of infant faces depending on height and weight'
'A comprehensive Assessment of the Psychosocial Impact of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage on Patients and Carers'
'Prism adaptation as a treatment for hemispatial neglect'
'Rehabilitation of hemianopic dyslexia: Re-learning reading eye-movements without reading'
'Is it Some and Or or All and And? How children and adults interpret scalar terms'