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There are a number of projects on fetal development using 4D ultrasound scans in order to identify movements in the fetus.
(8 Apr 2015) » More about Fetal development
Can patterns in a Monet be used to talk about psychopathic traits (TEDx)?
Dr Luna Centifanti, in her TEDx talk, compared patterns in Monet's paintings to psychopathic traits in children and behaviour problems. She argued for early intervention before patterns become too complex.
Dr Lore Thaler – podcasts by Nature.com and This American Life
Dr Lore Thaler from Dept of Psychology, Durham University was interviewed and featured for two independent audio features /podcasts for Nature and This American Life.
(2 Apr 2015) » More about Dr Thaler - International Podcasts
Friday 8 May 2015
- What does your heart rate change look like in the brain? Using machine-learning methods to compute pattern and predict outcome variables 4:00pm to 5:00pm, D/L47, Department of Psychology Durham Campus, Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA; University of Southampton (sponsored by DUNIC), Contact email@example.com
Friday 19 June 2015
- Dr Christine Hazelton (Glasgow Caledonian University) 4:00pm to 5:00pm, D/L47, Department of Psychology Durham Campus, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org