Department of Psychology
Seminar Series – 2017/2018
|01/02/2018||Dr. Sam Cromie (Trinity College Dublin)||Just culture’s “line in the sand” is shifting one; the empirical investigation of culpability determination.
|08/02/2018||No seminar this week|
|15/02/2018||Dr. Stephen Gallagher (University of Limerick)||The stress of (un) employment and its implications for physiological and psychological health.
|22/02/2018||Dr. Andrew Allen (Maynooth Psychology)||Exploring the Effects of Reminiscence Therapy on Memory, Executive Function, and Mood in Healthy Older Adults and People with Early Dementia.||Andrew Allen|
|01/03/2018||No seminar this week|
|08/03/2018||Dr. Clare Kelly (Trinity College Dublin)||fMRI Functional Connectomics: Progress and Promise.||Clare Kelly|
|15/03/2018||Dr. Louise Hopper (Dublin City University)||Quality of life, unmet need and care-related stress for people living with dementia in Ireland.||Louise Hopper|
* All seminars take place on Thursdays at 4pm in the Experimental/Teaching Lab, Department of Psychology, Second Floor, John Hume Building, North Campus.
Semester 1 Seminars
|09/11/2017||Dr. Ana Belen Navarro-Prados (University of Salamanca, Spain)||Alzheimer’s Disease and Drawing through a Model of Retrogenesis: what Drawing Processes tell us about the Progress of Dementia.||Ana Belen Navarro-Prados|
|16/11/2017||Dr. Julio Cesar De Rose (Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil)||Symbolic Behavior and Responding to Art.
||Julio Cesar De Rose|
|23/11/2017||No seminar this week|
|30/11/2017||Caoilainn Doyle (Maynooth University Psychology)||Executive Function in Dyslexia: Examining Profile Associated with Dyslexia and Comorbid Dyslexia-ADHD and Exploring the Near and Far Transfer Effects of Executive Function Training in Dyslexia Alone||Caoilainn Doyle|
|07/12/2017||Dr. Philip Hyland (National College of Ireland)||The Evolution of PTSD: Towards a New Understanding of Trauma in ICD-11
|14/12/2017||Dr. Michelle Downes (University College Dublin)||The development and assessment of executive functions in preschool children