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Videos now available to view from Psychology Research Day 2018

16 April 2018

We held our second Psychology Research Day at Senate House Library in London on 15 March.

Videos of a number of short talks given at the event, on a range of subjects related to psychology and research, are now available to view on our Youtube channel. You can find individual links to these below:

Andy Tattersall (University of Sheffield): Altmetrics - what are they good for?
Dr Christian Jarrett (BPS Research Digest): Why you should tell the world about your research through blogging
Professor David Clark-Carter (Staffordshire University): Using quantitative research methods
Dr David Ellis (Lancaster University): Securing your first academic job
Professor Patrick Leman (King's College London, and British Journal of Developmental Psychology editor): Getting published
Paul Allchin (British Library): British Library research data strategy
Paula Demain (ORCID): Introducing ORCID
Rebecca Harkin (Wiley): Publishing with impact
Dr Richard Espley (Senate House Library): Using libraries
Dr Rudolph Ammann (UCL Digital Humanities): Citing the web
Professor Daryol O'Connor (Chair of the BPS Research Board) and Dr Nick Barratt (Associate Director for Collections and Engagement at Senate House Library) chair a plenary session and Q&A.

You can also find a number of other psychology related videos on our Youtube channel.

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