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REF confirms School's position among research elite, 5th in the UK

Description
The School of Psychology has achieved a very impressive performance in the Research Excellence Framework (2014), building on its long-recognised strengths in research. Psychology at Birmingham is ranked 5th in the Russell Group for its world-leading (4*) research, making it one of the best stand-alone Psychology schools in the country.
Date:
18/12/2014

Researchers share their work at ESRC Festival of Social Science

Researchers share their work at ESRC Festival of Social Science
Description
A group of School of Psychology doctoral researchers recently organised a public engagement event at Birmingham Central Library. The exhibition was part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science and included posters and interactive demonstrations.
Date:
01/12/2014

Doctoral researcher's paper focuses on children's homes in Latin America

Doctoral researcher's paper focuses on children's homes in Latin America
Description
PhD student Manuela Garcia Quiroga has published a paper on the subject of children's homes and foster care around the world, with a special focus on Latin America.
Date:
20/11/2014

Doctoral research student awarded Pat Howlin Prize

Description
PhD student Hayley Crawford has been awarded the Pat Howlin Prize Lecture for a talk on social anxiety and motivation.
Date:
10/11/2014

Provocative discussion lays bare the sinister side of technology

Provocative discussion lays bare the sinister side of technology
Description
Professor Anthony Beech examined the internet's darker side during a filmed discussion with playwright Jennifer Haley at London's Royal Court Theatre.
Date:
23/10/2014

Landmark book series reveals What Works in Offender Rehabilitation

Landmark book series reveals What Works in Offender Rehabilitation
Description
News article about The School of Psychology's Professor Leam Craig and Dr Louise Dixon being invited to edit an international book series about offender rehabilitation.
Date:
15/10/2014

£415,000 grant allows researcher to investigate why memories fade or linger

£415,000 grant allows researcher to investigate why memories fade or linger
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Dr Maria Wimber has been awarded a £415,000 grant to investigate the processes that underlie how we retrieve memories.
Date:
06/10/2014

Great Brain Experiment proves a smart way to measure memory

Description
The School of Psychology's Dr Fiona McNab has been investigating working memory - information held in the mind for a short period of time - through a specially created app called The Great Brain Experiment.
Date:
15/08/2014
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'Is Great-Ape Tool Use Socially or Individually Learnt?'

Date
09/02/2016
Location:
Frankland 309b
Description
Part of the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Development Group Seminar Series. Speaker: Elisa Bandini, University of Birmingham. Tuesday 9 February (13:00-14:00)

'Future thinking and planning in children'

'Future thinking and planning in children'
Date
10/02/2016
Location:
Law building LT3
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Cristina Atance, University of Ottawa. Wednesday 10 February 2016 (13:00-14:00)

'How redundant copying can help explain the stability of cumulative culture'

Date
01/03/2016
Location:
Frankland 309b
Description
Part of the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Development Group Seminar Series. Speaker: Claudio Tennie, University of Birmingham. Tuesday 1 March (13:30-14:30)

'CALM and collected: A dimensional approach to developmental disorders of attention, learning and memory'

'CALM and collected: A dimensional approach to developmental disorders of attention, learning and memory'
Date
23/03/2016
Location:
Law building LT3
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Susan Gathercole, University of Cambridge. Wednesday 23 March 2016 (13:00-14:00)

'Neurobiological basis of antisocial behaviour in children'

'Neurobiological basis of antisocial behaviour in children'
Date
27/04/2016
Location:
Law building LT3
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Susan Gathercole, University of Cambridge. Wednesday 23 March 2016 (13:00-14:00)
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