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School of Psychology and Exercise Science Research seminars (SPESReS)

Semester 2, 2017

Time: 12.30 - 13.30
Days: Fridays, approximately fortnightly
Venue: Kim Beazley Lecture Theatre (351.1.001)
Convener: Dr Robert O'Shea, r.oshea@murdoch.edu.au, 9360 7284

Week Presenter Topic Host

8 (22nd September)

Dr Guillermo Campitelli (Edith Cowan University) Multiple sources of information for inferential judgments of performance: Three Bayesian analyses Dr Sean Müller
10 (6th October) Dr Glen Bodner (Flinders University and Uuniversity of Calgary) Predicting and influencing aesthetic responses to art Dr Matthew Thompson
11 (13th October) Dr Amanda O’Donovan (Murdoch University) Tantra in the clinic: Mindfulness approaches to sexual problems A/Prof. Andrew Lewis
12 (20th October)

Professor Eeva Leinonen (Murdoch University)

Dr Soile Loukusa (University of Oulu)

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To arrange an appointment with a presenter, please contact his or her host.

Semester 1, 2017

Time: 12.30 - 13.30
Days: Fridays, approximately fortnightly
Venue: Hill Lecture Theatre (450.2.035)
Convener: Dr Robert O'Shea, r.oshea@murdoch.edu.au, 9360 7284

Week Presenter Topic Host

2 (10th March)

Dr Emma Thomas (Murdoch University) The social psychology of (not) changing the world: Slacktivism, global mobilisation and radicalisation Dr Suzanne Dziurawiec
5 (31st March) Dr Dagmar Müller (University of Leipzig) What an error signal of the brain can tell us about object formation in vision and audition Dr Urte Roeber
6 (7th April) Dr Matthew Thompson (Murdoch University) Establishing, communicating, and training perceptual expertise Dr Robert O'Shea
11 (12th May) Dr Yvonne Learmonth (Murdoch University) Capitalising on the opinions of persons with MS to inform the main trial: Participant opinions from participation in a feasibility study Dr Timothy Fairchild
12 (19th May) Dr Guy Curtis (Murdoch University) The Cognitive Experiential Leadership Model: Connecting individual differences in thinking styles with leadership Dr Vance Locke
13 (26th May) A/Prof. Andrew Lewis (Murdoch University) Early developmental programming effects of maternal depression in pregnancy Dr Raylene Lewis
14 (2nd June) Dr Jon Prince (Murdoch University) Playing a note when you expect it might not be beneficial -- or, how not to observe a temporal expectancy profile Dr Helen Davis
Tues 27th June (non-standard day) Prof. Paul Fitzgerald (Monash University; MAPrc) Advancing TMS therapy for depression Dr Hakuei Fujiyama