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psycolloquy 2020

we invite you to our annual research symposium featuring short presentations by psychology research students and special guests.

guest speakers

  • associate professor trent smith (department of economics), “behavioural economics and dietary choice: the mcdonald's equilibrium”
  • dr mei peng (department of food science), “searching for a personalised index for hedonic eating”
  • associate professor nicola swain (department of psychological medicine), “psychological interventions for persistent pain“

learn about some of the exciting research taking place across psychology and related disciplines

  • long-range temporal correlations: a novel fmri-based brain biomarker
  • retinal biomarkers of cognitive decline
  • investigation of mind wandering and its relationship with task switching
  • he piki raukura: understanding and assessing ao māori child development constructs
  • mental health and suicidality
  • eeg biomarker for anxiety disorder
  • physical activity, quality of life, and autism spectrum disorder
  • tabletop role-playing game engagement in the autistic community
  • psychopathic personality disorder
  • children see, children learn: rich social experiences relate to mental state vocabulary of children from 12 months old
  • effect of screen media on children's cognitive development
  • māori perspectives of the brain
  • pūrākau and well-being
date wednesday, 25 november 2020
time 9:00am - 5:00pm
audience public,all university
event category sciences
event type conference
locationdepartment of psychology
room 2.03, level 2
william james building
275 leith walk
contact namenarun pat

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