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Researcher examines online exploitation in new paper
Description
Juliane Kloess, a doctoral researcher working in the Centre for Forensic and Criminological Psychology under the supervision of Professor Anthony Beech, has obtained acceptance for publication of her literature review paper in the forensic journal Trauma, Violence, and Abuse.
Date:
17/04/2014
Comedian Robin Ince lends a hand to The Selective Attention and Awareness Laboratory
Comedian Robin Ince lends a hand to The Selective Attention and Awareness Laboratory
Description
Science enthusiast and stand-up comedian Robin Ince visited The Selective Attention and Awareness Laboratory in the School of Psychology on 27 March to take part in a number of exciting experiments designed to investigate anomalous experiences and hallucinations.
Date:
04/04/2014
BUIC open day helps visitors to picture the brain
BUIC open day helps visitors to picture the brain
Description
BUIC opened its doors to the public on Saturday 22 March as part of the Flatpack film festival. Visitors had the chance to see facilities and learn about brain imaging during the Café Neuro event, which was organised by Flatpack and a team of University of Birmingham neuroscientists.
Date:
03/04/2014
Applications invited for UK's first forensic-clinical doctorate
Applications invited for UK's first forensic-clinical doctorate
Description
Applications are being accepted for a unique doctorate that allows students to practise two branches of applied psychology.
Date:
01/04/2014
Letter published in the journal Brain in reply to a study that gathered media attention
Description
Steven Gillespie (University of Birmingham, pictured top), Joseph McCleery (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, pictured middle) and Lindsay Oberman (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre, pictured bottom) have recently had a letter published in the journal Brain, commenting on differences in empathic functioning between individuals with psychopathy and autism.
Date:
24/03/2014
New international network and website dedicated to the subject of family members and addiction
Description
The newly established Addiction and the Family International Network (AFINet) will build upon the work of the Addiction, Drugs and the Family (ADF UK) group to create a global membership network. ADF UK consists of a number of academics/clinicians who collaborate on undertaking research in this field and in attempting to raise the profile of this neglected area of research and practice.
Date:
13/03/2014
Six million Euros awarded to research project investigating conduct disorder in adolescent females
Description
FemNAT-CD, an international research project funded by the European Commission and endorsed by the World Health Organisation will investigate the neurobiological and environmental factors implicated in female conduct disorder, a psychiatric condition that is characterized by severe antisocial and aggressive behaviour. Several universities across Europe will collaborate, and the University of Birmingham is one of two sites primarily responsible for the collection of neuroimaging data.
Date:
13/03/2014
Call for participants: study into conduct disorder in adolescent females
Description
We are currently recruiting participants, males and females age 9-18 with and without behavioural problems. Compensation will be provided and our schedule is flexible. If you are a parent or affiliated with a school nearby and would like to be involved, please contact us.
Date:
04/03/2014
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