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Talks and seminars

Through the academic year, Psychology hosts a series of talks and seminars, bringing the best of current research and thought to a Southampton audience.

Speaking about an experimental model of anxiety for treatment development, 13 June 2013
Dr Matt Garner

Some presentations are given by invited speakers from other (often overseas) universities and research centres. Others come from one of our own academics. The typical format is a talk of around an hour, followed by a question-and-answer session. In all cases, it is an opportunity to hear in some detail about the latest research from an expert in that field, often with an international perspective.

The majority of attendees at Psychology talks will be staff and students, and the talks will be pitched to an audience with at least a background knowledge of the subject. However the majority are open to members of the wider public, whether working in psychology or a related profession, or simply for general interest. (Please however check first on the individual page.) Most are held in the late afternoon, in one of our comfortable modern lecture theatres in the Shackleton Building (B44) on the Highfield Campus. The building is wheelchair-accessible, with disabled facilities and a lift.

You can see the current list of talks and seminars via the link below.

Talks and seminars in Psychology

The complete list

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Events in Psychology

The complete list (note: some of these are restricted to staff and students)

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