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The University of Southampton
Psychology

Psychology Postgraduate Conference 2012 Event

Date:
12 - 13 June 2012
Venue:
Shackleton Building (44) Highfield Campus Universtiy of Southampton

For more information regarding this event, please email Conference email at psypgcf@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

The conference will comprise of oral presentations, poster sessions, a talk from a guest speaker, Professor Paul Salkovskis from the University of Bath and a talk from Dr Graeme Fairchild, University of Southampton. The full conference programme is now available on the usseful downloads section on the right of this page.

See the seminars page for more details about the invited speaker talks.

On behalf of the organising committee, we are delighted to invite you to the first Psychology Postgraduate Conference which will be held on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th of June 2012 in The Shackleton Building (44), Highfield Campus, University of Southampton.

All postgraduate students in psychology are invited to attend and present. Details for presenters can be found on a blackboard page entitled ‘Psychology Postgraduate Conference’.

The conference will comprise of oral presentations, poster sessions, a talk from a guest speaker, Professor Paul Salkovskis from the University of Bath and a talk from Dr Graeme Fairchild, University of Southampton.

Staff and colleagues from FSHS and associated groups are encouraged to register.

Attendance (and lunch on both days) is free, but you must register in advance. If you would like to attend, you are required to complete a copy of the registration form and email this to psypgcf@soton.ac.uk. Those presenting must also register in advance.

IMPORTANT DATES

11th May 2012
Deadline for abstract submission.

8th June 2012
Deadline for registering.

11th June 2012
Deadline for loading oral presentation onto the relevant laptop computer at Lecture Theatres A/B.

Speaker information

Dr Graeme Fairchild,His research interests include: the psychological and neurobiological factors underlying aggressive and antisocial behaviour and studying changes in decision-making processes in psychiatric populations, including those with aggressive behaviour and/or issues with substance dependence. Title: 'Underneath the hoodie: Neuroimaging studies of disruptive behaviour disorders’ Tuesday 12th June, 4pm, 44/LT A

Professor Paul Salkovskis,University of Bath,His research interests include: cognitive behavioural factors in obsessive-compulsive disorder and its treatment, health psychology, health anxiety (hypochondriasis), specific phobia, panic disorder and agoraphobia Title: Understanding and treating anxiety: Making sense of the transition between a necessary emotion and an unnecessary disorder’ Wednesday 13th June, 3pm, 44/LT A

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