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Psychology4Students 2011: South
Psychology4Students: Designed to inspire A Level, pre-tertiary and 1st year undergraduate psychology students.
The event will consist of five keynote presentations by established UK Psychologists. Our aim is that the talks give you a broad view of the many areas of Psychology, some will relate to the A level curriculum, whilst others are designed to widen your perspective on where a psychology degree could take you. During the event there will be a 90 minute break to give you the chance to explore the exhibition area which will include interactive demonstrations, book stalls, careers advice and much more.
This year’s line up includes:
Paul Gardner, Principal Teaching Fellow, School of Psychology, University of St Andrews
Love and Attraction
Alison Lee, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Bath Spa University
Neuropsychology: A Single Case Study
Dr Peter Lovatt, University of Hertfordshire
The Psychology of Dance, Hormones and Thinking
Katie Slocombe, University of York
Evolution of language: what do chimps have to say?
Dr Rob Yeung, Corporate Psychologist at consultancy Talentspace
The psychology of success: What makes certain people so successful?
The day will run from 10:00am to 4:10pm, please download the full event timetable.
Cost: £16 per delegate (incl. a packed lunch). Delegate rate includes VAT at the current rate.
For every 10 places you book you will get one FREE tutor place. Don't delay - last year was a sell out.
- Book as an individual via the BPS Shop
- To make a group booking please complete and return the Group Booking Form South
- To pay by cheque or invoice please complete and return the Individual Booking Form South
The deadline to request an invoice is Thursday 20 October 2011.
Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford WD17 3JN.
By train It is a short walk from Watford Junction train station. By tube Take the Metropolitan Line Tube to Watford Tube Station. By car With enviable access to the M1 and M25 it couldn’t be easier getting to Watford Colosseum by car. Watford Borough Council has a great guide for planning your car journey to our venue.