Colloquium program semester 1, 2007

Date                   SpeakerTopic 

March 9

Professor Neil Brewer, School of Psychology

Witnesses with no idea

March 16

Professor Deborah A. Phillips, Department of Psychology,
Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA

Impacts of preschool education: Lessons from Oklahoma

March 23

Toby Freeman, NCETA and PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Applying the theory of planned behaviour tot he organisational setting

March 30

Hannah Keage, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

A new biologically-based measure of cognitive development

April 27

Associate Professor Tracey Wade, School of Psychology, Flinders University                               

Perfectionism and eating disorders

May 4

Dr Nathan Weber, School of Psychology, Flinders University

The whole truth or nothing but the truth: Monitoring and control processes in eyewitness memory

May 11

Melinda Veltmeyer, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

The integrative assessment of PTSD: Psychophysiology, arousal, performance, clinical symptomatology and medication effects

May 18

Dr Robert Lynd-Stevenson, School of Psychology, Flinders University

A new paradigm for causal research in scientific psychology

May 25

Fiona Strachan, Luke Broomhall, and Sarah Wilksch, School of Psychology,
Flinders University

Introducing (some of) the new PhD students
June 1

Dr Nicolas Fay, School of Psychology, University of Western Australia

Introducing (some of) the new PhD students 
June 8

Anna Moffat and Johanna Henley, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Introducing (some of) the new PhD students

Convenor: Professor Neil Brewer (08) 8201 2725

 

Colloquium program semester 2, 2007

Date                     SpeakerTopic 

August 3

Dr Cameron Camp, Director, Myers Research Institute,
Menorah Park Center for Senior Living, Ohio, USA

Nonpharmacologic interventions for dementia: Lessons from montessori and neuroscience

August 10

Dr Paul Wilson, Department of Psychology, University of Hull

Cue-competition effects in human spatial learning

August 17

Dr Tyler Okimoto, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Do punishments address value concerns? Achieving value consensus through labelling and offender reform

August 24

Open Day - No colloquium

 

August 31

Professor Harlene Hayne, School of Psychology, University of Otago

Verbal recall of preverbal memories: Implications for the clinic and the courtroom

September 7

Levina Clark, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University      

Sociocultural and individual predictors of body image in 9 to 12 year old girls

September 14

Erin Delinicolas, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

Joint attention training: Teaching children with autism to share their interest

October 5

Dr Richard R. Bootzin, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, University of Arizona

CBT for the treatment of chronic insomnia: Wake up psychology

October 12

Dr Michael Gradisar, School of Psychology, Flinders University

The evolution of programmatic research in clinical child psychology
October 19

Prof Bernard Guerin, School of Psychology, University of South Australia

To be advised
October 26

Alicia Ellis, PhD student, School of Psychology, Flinders University

PTSD in children following single incident trauma: The role of conigitive appraisals and social support

Convenor: Professor Neil Brewer (08) 8201 2725