01-02 May, Harrogate Convention Centre
Our 2019 Annual Conference programme is now available to view.
Programme last updated 02/05/2019 08:20
Please note all papers are under a media embargo until the day of presentation.
Scheduled poster sessions will take place on Thursday 2 May
View iPoster Session 1 - 10:15-10:40 - last amended 24/04/2019 15:31
View iPoster Session 2 - 12:55-13:20 - last amended 29/04/2019 09:25
View iPoster Session 3 - 14:40-15:05 - last amended 11/04/2019 08:40
All posters will be accessible to view during both days of the conference.
Please note, the poster screen numbers are subject to change up until the first day of the conference.
Programme at a glance
Wednesday 1 MayShow content
08:30 Registration 09:30 Welcome 10:00 Keynote Presentation - Professor Kate Pickett 11:00 Refreshments & Exhibition 11:25 Keynote Presentation - Anita Charlesworth CBE 12:25 Lunch & Exhibition 13:25 Parallel Sessions 14:55 Refreshments & Exhibition 15:20 Keynote Presentation - Professor Eldar Shafir 16:15 Keynote Presentation - Liz Sayce 16:45 Panel Discussion 18:00 Drinks Reception
Thursday 2 MayShow content
08:00 Registration 09:00 Welcome 09:15 Keynote Presentation - Sir Mark Walport 10:15 Refreshments & Poster Session 1 10:40 Parallel Sessions 12:20 Lunch & Poster Session 2 13:20 Parallel Sessions 14:40 Refreshments & Poster Session 3 15:05 Parallel Sessions 17:30 Conference Close
Networking Drinks Reception
Wednesday 1 May - Royal Hall, 18:00Show contentOur Networking Drinks Reception with canapés will be held from 18:00 in the Royal Hall, all delegates are welcome. It provides an exclusive platform to network and build professional and personal relationships with your peers in an enjoyable environment.
Wednesday 1 May - Royal HallShow contentAs the learned society and professional body for psychology in the UK, a primary aim of the Society is to advance psychological Science, education and practice at all levels. The Society’s portfolio of honours and awards therefore performs a vital function in recognising and promoting excellence across all facets of the discipline. This year, the awards will be presented at the Wine Reception. Come and join us to congratulate the recipients and celebrate their achievements.
Fringe Event - '‘The Psychologist Presents… Political Powers versus Ivory Towers’Show content
During the Drinks Reception, there will be a Fringe Event in the Royal Hall on the topic of ‘Political Powers versus Ivory Towers’ with Jon Sutton, Editor of the Psychologist.
Join us for an informal, irreverent discussion on psychology’s capacity to impact policy. When the world falls apart, who do you call? If you’re not making the world a better place, what’s the point of you?