Latest Events

Oct 19
19/10/2016
Stanley Milgram’s experiments on obedience to authority are amongst the most famous and controversial studies in the history of psychology.  For over fifty years we thought we knew what Milgram’s studies told us – that seemingly ordinary members of the public would admini
Oct 20
20/10/2016
Awareness of the alienation process reduces the risk of unwitting collusion by practitioners, improving outcomes for children & families Timetable
Oct 20
20/10/2016
New educational research technology measures previously unmeasured in situ affects of schools, identifying new factors contributing to school rank / character Timetable
Oct 20
20/10/2016
Event information The field of personality psychology is concerned with systematic variation between individuals, what causes those differences and how they relate to real-world outcomes.
Oct 21
21/10/2016
The theme of the day is Surviving and Thriving. Our speakers include:Prof. Jamie Hacker-Hughes BPS Vice PresidentPaul Whitby Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Oct 25
25/10/2016
Event information Learning agility is the ability and motivation to learn from experience and apply it in first-time situations.
Oct 25
25/10/2016
After Brexit: What might change and how can psychology help us to fulfil the Paris agreement?
Oct 26
26/10/2016
Event informationPlease join us for an evening of thought and debate.
Oct 26
26/10/2016
Event information Andrew will talk about the role of social identity as a mediator between emotion and interaction, taking in bullying and gender roles.   His talk will explore group interpretation of aspects of conflict and disa