Colloquium program semester 1, 2006

Date                 SpeakerTopic 

March 10

Dr Tyler Okimoto, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Compensation as an administrative response to procedural injustice: Outcomes as affirmation of membership value

March 17

Professor Leon Lack, School of Psychology, Flinders University

The use of circadian ambush as an international sporting strategy: The socceroos jet lag case

March 24

Professor Martine Powell, School of Psychology, Deakin University

Improving the competency of police officers in conducting investigative interviews of children

March 31

Dr Robyn Young, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Detection and intervention in young children with autism - An update of the Early Intervention Research Program at Flinders University

April 7

Dr Paul Williamson, School of Psychology, Flinders University 

Confident and unconfident guessing

April 28

Dr Yolanda Martins, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the handsomest of them all? An examination of self-objectification and its consequences in gay and heterosexual men

May 5

Professor Ross McKinnon, School of Pharmacy and Medical Science, University of South Australia

Individualised medicine

May 12

Simon Wilksch, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Can a media literacy program reduce eating disorder risk factors in young adolescent girls and boys?

May 19

Professor Peter Lovibond, School of Psychology, University of New South Wales

Trait and situational determinant of anxiety, depression and stress
May 26

Anna Steele, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Brief guided self help as a first-line treatment of bulimia nervosa: Evaluating three interventions
June 2

Hayley Richards, Kate Jackson, and Anna McKinnon, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Introducing (some of) the new PhD students
June 9

Susan Dixon, PhD student, Department of Psychology, University of Aberdeen

 The effect of post-identification feedback on the recall of crime and perpetrator details

Convenor: Professor Neil Brewer (08) 8201 2725

Referee: Matt Palmer (08) 8201 3664

 

Colloquium program semester 2, 2006

Date                     SpeakerTopic 

July 28

Professor D Stephen Lindsay, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Investigator's perceptions of eyewitness identification evidence: I can't believe your eyes, but I do

August 4

Dr Nick Burns, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide

Multivariate studies on attention, problem solving and intelligence

August 11

Tiffany Conduit, Sarah Paine, and Ellie Lawrence-Wood, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Introducing (some of) the new PhDs

August 18

Open Day - No colloquium

 

August 25

Danielle Robson, Phillip Donaldson, and Nova Reinfeld-Kirkman, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Introducing (some of) the new PhDs

September 1

Dr Michael Tlauka, School of Psychology, Flinders University 

Virtual reality as a medium to simulate space

September 8

James Sauer, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

A new approach to eyewitness identification tests: The use of multiple confidence estimates

September 15

Dr Andrew Day, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide

Anger, trauma and Indigenous men in prison

October 6

Associate Professor John Dunn, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide

A critical evaluation of dual process models of recognition memory
October 13

Professor Peter Herman, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto

Two paths to overeating: How restrictive intake norms lead to excess
October 20

Special event - No colloquium

October 27Dr Carolyn Semmler, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide Post-identification feedback: Metacognitive influences on the malleability of retrospective reports
November 3

Dr Jennifer Hudson, School of Psychology, Macquarie University

Aetiological factors in childhood anxiety disorders

Convenor: Professor Neil Brewer (08) 8201 2725

Referee: Matt Palmer (08) 8201 3664